Welcome to the wonderful world of Tinc. – A colourful, creative world of inspirational stationery, gadgets, clothing and accessories for kids of all ages, be they 4 or 44.
Proud to be a British company, they believe in delivering quality products to encourage creativity as well as products that combine fun and functionality. The brand has five core colours representing a Tinc. Tribe of quirky characters where customers can follow their weird and wonderful antics.
Tinc. is a true multi channel business with 15 retail stores opened since April 2011, an e-commerce website, international franchises, a lucrative wholesale business supplying many large retailers including John Lewis, and a touring sales team with a difference – Tinc take their ‘tincspirational’ brand to festivals and events on-board their colourful Tinc On Tour Bus!
The rapidly expanding business needed to invest in new technology to ensure their future success; stock management tools to manage sales demand for goods from all channels, real-time visibility of stock across the entire supply chain and cost management to maximise growth potential.
Alison Holmes, COO at TINC said; ‘Implementing the PrimaNet suite of software will enable us to take control of our supply chain, and manage costs so that we can take full advantage of global opportunities whilst ensuring product is available in the right channel at the right time to make the sale .’
‘We are really excited to be working with such a vibrant, entrepreneurial company and look forward to working with them on the fantastic opportunities that lie ahead’ commented Mathew Burrell, Joint Managing Director at Prima Solutions.
Visit the Tinc. website to find out more: https://www.tinc.uk.com/
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