Disprax and Willow IT are proud to announce their merger to form WillDoo IT.
As of July 1, 2016, Disprax and Willow IT have merged to create the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) market leader WillDoo IT. This merger will take the timber industry’s software solutions to the next level, creating a fully integrated solution for any company size.
Disprax prides itself on being the leader in Timber ERP Software with TIMMS (Timber Industry Management and Marking System), and a combined experience of over 100+ years developing, implementing and consultation services across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. WillDoo IT’s mission is to take TIMMS, the Timber ERP experience to the next level, with consistent developments and innovations, utilising the latest in technological advances.
Willow IT is a proud Australian IT company with over 30 years’ experience and expertise in the analysis and implementation of business solutions across a wide range of industries. Willow IT is Australia’s most experienced Odoo ERP Partner.
Odoo is not just an ERP system, Odoo is Open Source, browser based and fastest evolving and most installed business software in the world.
“We are constantly looking to improve our products in any way possible,” says Disprax owner, PNORS Technology Group CEO Paul Gallo. “This merger allows for us to continuously improve the TIMMS software and expand into new areas of development, as the Timber industry progresses over time.”
With Disprax’s experience in the timber industry and Odoo’s mobility, WillDoo IT is looking to take the Timber ERP Software further with developments in mobile and cloud based technology allowing users in the timber industry to access their resources from anywhere.
WillDoo IT is part of PNORS Technology Group, including Datatime, Netway Networks and Pacific Commerce.
The PNORS Technology Company provides strategic direction, oversight and investment opportunities to a number of self-managed information and communications technology (ICT) businesses, over a wide range of industries.