Dynamics GP Success Story: Roche Bros. Case Study

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Roche Bros. is a privately owned and operated supermarket company based in Wellesley, Massachusetts. The company was founded in 1952, and now there are 18 stores. Fifteen of them fall under the Roche Bros. banner and three are Sudbury farms. The grocery chain prides itself in having quality customer service and caring about their local communities. Their customers love that they can find everything they need at Roche Bros. that they can find at bigger chain stores. Roche Bros. also provides organic produce, ready-made dinners, and catering platters.

dynamics gp success story roche bros case studyThe company had a number of “homegrown IT systems” in place, but they realized they needed a simpler and better solution.

After interviewing several different value-added resellers, we picked Sikich as our reseller because of the chemistry as well as the knowledge was clearly better than the rest. – Kevin Barner, Chief Financial Officer

The Sikich Solution

Sikich consolidated Roche Bros.’ homegrown IT into Microsoft Dynamics GP to manage their finances and their HR.

We are currently using the general ledger system and the HR system. We have feeds from the point-of-sale system that feed into the general ledger on a daily basis. In switching to Microsoft Dynamics GP and using Sikich as outsourced IT, we managed to save money, which is huge with all the other line items that are constantly increasing. It’s refreshing to have a line item that decreases. 

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