Recy release sixth edition of recycling industry ERP

Recy Systems AG, provider of software for the recycling industry, has released the sixth version of its Recy ERP software.

This latest version of the Recy ERP solution will be available to all existing customers that have a contract with Recy, allowing them to upgrade their system and maintain functions that had been previously installed to fit their needs.

Recy ERP allows customers to manage contracts, sales, inventory, production, financials, and customer relations management (CRM). It is based on Microsoft’s SQL database and .NET framework with Visual C# programming language.

New mobile functionality

Recy is currently developing new smartphone and tablet apps for its recycling management software. “iRecy” apps will allow for CRM functions on the go, mobile grading, and container tracking. It has also developed an app especially for electronics recycling companies.

The company adds that nearly all of its software functions will become available on mobile devices over the next two years. Its iPhone apps were recently upgraded for compatibility with iOS 9.

A global provider

The company is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with the launch of the latest version of Recy ERP. Over this time, Recy have built up a customer base of 600 worldwide with the company’s software available in 18 languages and compliant with country specific legislation.

Eight of the world’s 20 largest recycling companies are using the software, claims Recy.

Reccy is a gold member of the Brussels-based Bureau of International Recycling. It is also a member of several other recycling bodies in Europe and the US including the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries in Washington, the British Metals Recycling Association (BMRA), and German steel recycling association BDSV.

Recy Systems is headquartered in Cambridgeshire, UK with offices in the US, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Slovakia.

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