Pietermaritzburg’s largest fastener stockist to implement K8

Bolt and Nut Centre

Bolt & Nut Centre, owned by Brandon and Daphne Fisher is headquartered in Pietermaritzburg, the capital city of Kwa-Zulu Natal. They have branches in Port Shepstone and Johannesburg and specialise in supplying tools, bolts, washers, anchors, chemicals and abrasives.

Bolt & Nut Centre have over 7000 line items and are Pietermaritzburg’s largest and most comprehensive stockists of fasteners. They supply to the Construction, Engineering, Motor, Electrical and Farming industries as well as to small enterprises, Home DIY enthusiasts and hobbyists.

Mr & Mrs Fisher first spoke to Kerridge Commercial Systems back in 2014 and at the time decided to investigate other cheaper solutions in SA, but they soon realised K8 is the correct ERP to grow their business, so they signed up and are now part of the KCS family.

Bolt & Nut Centre is currently using a system with separate servers in each location. Consolidation of data is a manual and time consuming process, often resulting in inaccurate financial figures. The KCS award winning K8 product will be implemented on a central server, providing live sales data that can be easily consolidated to give an accurate view of the status of all aspects of the trade and finance areas of the operation.
They have signed up for a SAAS solution, hosted at the KCS data centre and will be going live on the latest version of the K8 software; Babbage named after the “father” of computers Charles Babbage.

Brandon Fisher, Owner of Bolt & Nut Centre said: “We decided to go with K8, as we need the correct system to handle our future growth plans. We are planning to open more branches in all provinces in SA, so having a central, tried and tested solution with consolidated visibility across all branches is very important for us”

Des Nangle, Managing Director of KCS SA said: “I am very pleased that Bolt and Nut Centre have re-evaluated our K8 proposition, and I am confident that they will realise a return on investment soon after going live. Our hosting SAAS option provides a transparent cost model for growing companies, and is also indicative of our faith in the K8 product in a market where revenues are dependent on having customers stay on your platform for longer.”

Company History

Bolt and Nut Centre was purchased in 1987 by Ted and Louisa Nutting who built the business from humble beginnings into the strong and successful business it is today. They achieved this success by offering clients good honest service that they could depend on. Ted’s philosophy was to always put the customer first and deliver fast friendly service to every customer, no matter how big or small their purchase.

This dedication to superior service has become the trademark of Bolt and Nut Centre.

Today the company is owned by Brandon and Daphne Fisher. They purchased the business in 2011 and have continued Ted and Louisa’s tradition of service excellence.

“We’ve been in the industry for over 25 years we have very good relations with a considerable number of suppliers and our staff have the technical expertise to correctly advise our clients on their requirements.”

www.boltandnut.co.za

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