Friday, 26 September 2014

OneFit nominated for Business Award

Logma Systems Design, leading designer and developer of business software solution, OneFit, has been shortlisted for a Lancashire Business Award.

The company is competing for 'Business of the Year' alongside four other companies including; Enterprise Ventures, Garratts Insurance, Halite and Lantei.

Run by Downtown in Business (DiB), the awards set out to honour the most successful and high growth companies from across Lancashire.

The nomination follows a successful year for Logma as they prepare to launch their OneFit Software nationally. The software, which provides ERP functionality to SME businesses, has just received funding from Rosebud to support this growth.

The Chorley based software house has also been recruiting this year and aims to double its staff by the end of 2015. 

Votes are now being taken so please head over to Lancashire Business Awards 2014 | Voting | Downtown in Business to cast your vote while we keep our fingers crossed.

The winner will be announced at a dinner at The Stanley House Hotel on Thursday 13th November 2014.

Thursday, 11 September 2014

North West Based Software House continues to grow its team

Chorley based software house, OneFit Software, part of the Logma Group have a big year ahead of them after securing a six figure funding package from Rosebud Finance.  Their plans include a nationwide launch of the software and they intend to double the size of their team by the end of 2015.
As part of this growth the company have recently recruited  a new Marketing Assistant, Chloe Balcombe, to help build their social media presence and assist the marketing drive to realise their  ambitious growth plans. Chloe has recently graduated from the University of Central Lancashire where she completed a BA (Hons)  Journalism degree.

OneFit is best known for its ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) range of software, which offers integrated functionality only typically available in costly high end ERP solutions, at a price that is affordable to the SME market.  The software supports growth and diversification and provides full integration, removing the need for third party bolt-ons.  Although it offers a full end to end solution, it can be adopted modularly, giving the customer the flexibility to grow their software solution in line with their business growth in turn providing an immediate return on their investment. 
Commenting on her new job role, Chloe said: "I am really excited about working with such a motivated team and a company that is going through such an exciting time at the moment."

"Having the opportunity to work in a new industry while still being able to use all the skills I learnt while at university is a really exciting challenge."
Audrey Odell Chief Executive Officer at OneFit commented "We are delighted that Chloe has joined our growing team and she will play an integral part in raising the profile of OneFit,  particularly in the manufacturing and wholesale industries where we can help a business to streamline its business  processes to provide better efficiency and improve profits."