Inashco offers breakthrough technology for processors of the bottom ash that remains behind after household waste has been incinerated at waste energy power stations. “Inashco focuses on improved recovery of non-ferrous metals, with the added benefit that the improved mineral fraction composition is suitable for construction materials. The metals that are recovered are traded on the world market by our parent company, Fondel. Our technology contributes substantially towards improving the green footprint of waste energy power stations”, says Jan Tieleman, Controller at Inashco. We have international growth ambitions and in order to achieve these we need to streamline all information and processes, including administration, logistics as well as HR and maintenance”, says Tieleman. These ambitions resulted in Inashco contacting Pulse. Tieleman: “Working with Pulse has been enjoyable from the start. Their extensive experience of working with similar companies means that the people at Pulse understand our processes.” According to Tieleman there has been such strong growth that it was not just a case of wanting to streamline the processes, it had become essential. “The market is developing rapidly. We therefore have to grow in order to continue to meet the market demand. To give you an idea of how fast we are growing, Inashco currently employs 45 people and we have 20 vacancies.” Inashco has already established itself in several countries, but there is more to come. The international character of Microsoft Dynamics AX will provide a major contribution towards this. The new ERP system will also ensure that in addition to all information being available in a timely manner in the future, the correct information will also be available within all disciplines.