BMS is a company that has been a pioneer since the early 80s and specifically in 1983, the year it was founded. At a time when computerization in Greece was almost non-existent, our executives set as their goal to provide quality solutions for software development and software support for commercial, industrial undertakings and companies.Thus, Qbis was born, our most modern and sophisticated product; as a result of all this multiannual experience in the field of software and ERP.
QBIS answers yes to all these questions; it’s an integrated ERP system that perfectly meets the needs of even the most demanding commercial and industrial enterprises. But the most important thing that Qbis provides is not a set of positive answers to all the above questions but the deep knowledge of our executives that will just relieve you of having to ask them these specific questions. You will simply see the result of what you are asking for on your computer screen. An ERP is not just software, it is the people who support it, so that you can devote yourself better to what you should, to your own customers.
The strategic partnership of BMS with Softone for the provision of CRM in format service (Software as a Service), enables us to provide the highest level of service in the significant combination of Qbis ERP and Cloud CRM. At this point, we must highlight that our services are not limited to the integration of software in your business, but as in all of our services, we cover both daily technical support and– a service of major importance –consulting service, improving the operation of your business through the use of software.
As professionals we deal with professionals on a daily basis; this is a point we can never highlight enough. Technical support for services such as ERP and CRM that are related to the very operationality of a business is not just a number, it is a priority; it is our non-negotiable commitment. Being a company that operates in Business Consulting we could not but emphasize this, as it is one of the most important rules of Business Management. The choice of partners – let alone long-term partners – must first go through this question: “How well will you support us?” The same question makes even the initial cost of an investment negligible in relation to the potential loss incurred from a partner who will not be able to support you. In the cost analyses we do for our customers we constantly find huge amounts that have been spent to cover an initial market of submultiple costs