Klugo Group has signed a contract with retailer Bing Lee to replace a legacy system with the cloud-based NetSuite ERP across its 39 stores.
Bing Lee general manager Phil Moujaes said that the decision to move to NetSuite was necessary in order to support the company's plans to "modernise and streamline our operations".
Klugo was introduced to Bing Lee by a customer that, like Bing Lee, is also member of the National Associated Retail Traders of Australia, known as the NARTA Group.
Bing Lee was looking for a solution that would provide operational intelligence and flexibility to accelerate its growth.
"Klugo was able to demonstrate their level of industry knowledge and assist us in formalising a systems modernisation strategy of which the customer experience is central. NetSuite will allow us to be more nimble in a perpetually changing market," Nigel Price, Bing Lee's head of e-commerce, said.
According to Klugo's business consultant and retail specialist, Tania Large, NetSuite provides an omni-channel platform for flexibility and scalability for businesses.
Klugo chief executive Annaliese Kloe said: "We are thrilled at the prospect of building a long-term partnership with Bing Lee, an iconic Australian family business. We fully support its broader modernisation project, this exciting partnership is ultimately about delivering a platform to assist Bing Lee in moving forward."
Klugo prides itself in improving Australian family-owned systems. Last week it announced it was moving Australian trailer manufacturer Patriot Campers to the cloud with NetSuite.
Bing Lee is a family-owned business that was established in 1957 and operates 39 stores across New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory.