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First Software announces latest customer go-live

First Software announces latest customer go-live

First Software, one of New Zealand’s pioneers in Cloud ERP Deployments, are pleased to announce that PK Furniture has gone live with their new ecommerce website (, the final step in a complete replacement of their Front and Back Office systems powered by First Software’s N2 ERP.

PK Furniture is one of the fastest growing furniture resellers in New Zealand with over 100 staff across 17 stores.

PK Furniture chose to go with the full multi-channel retail functionality offered by First Software’s N2 ERP including Point of Sale, Order Processing, Stock & Warehouse Management, CRM, Purchasing, Ecommerce, Financials and Business Intelligence.

PK Furniture will reap considerable benefits from the implementation including cost reductions, increased efficiencies, and greater visibility of information across the entire business. In addition to managing store sales, First Software’s N2 ERP also manages operations at their 14,000 square metre distribution centre.

Some of PK Furniture’s requirements are particularly complex as they offer a wide range of choices from purchasing in-store or online, delivery using their own trucks and/or freight providers, pickup from any store, or the distribution centre, and any combination of the above options.

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