JW Stratton is the latest customer to migrate from RedSky’s legacy AXiM product to the current system. This move will improve the overall efficiency of business operations and introduce new reporting capabilities.
Home-building specialist JW Stratton Ltd is a long-standing RedSky customer. Company Secretary Lisa Dunne said: “Although AXiM has been working fine, we have known for some time that migrating to the latest RedSky system would help future-proof the business and make our lives a lot easier.
“We’ll be able to get through our workload far more quickly on the new system. For example, from my conversations with our Account Manager, Marcia Spick, I know that some processes that currently have five steps to complete on AXiM will take just two.”
The upgrade will also deliver an enhanced set of reports that will make it much easier for Lisa to produce management information.
Lisa added: “Being on the new system appeals to my nature because I like everything to be just right. Whereas AXiM is a legacy product, I know that the latest system is constantly being developed and improved, which is very reassuring.”
Hosting service provides peace of mind
JW Stratton has benefited from RedSky’s hosting service for many years. “We’re definitely going to be continuing with hosting,” said Lisa. “It means that all our back-ups are taken care of, as well as any updates and legislative changes that are needed.
“When these tasks are left to an individual, there’s always a nagging doubt that you might miss something, especially when it comes to the end-of-year accounts. It gives me great peace of mind to know that it’s all being sorted out by RedSky, in the background. I don’t need to worry about it.”
About JW Stratton Ltd
JW Stratton has been building outstanding developments of houses and apartments in Sussex since 1940. This award-winning company has an unrivalled reputation for quality and attention to detail – it is fiercely proud of its Sussex heritage, so commissions local architects to create individual character homes reflecting local styles and designs.