TVision Technology exhibited at last week’s London Wine Fair for the third year running. The event, which is in its 35th year, is one of the world’s leading wine trade events, attracting visitors from all areas of the wine industry and many of TVision’s clients were also exhibiting.

Microsoft Gold partner TVision was showcasing The Wine System, its ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system built in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, designed for drinks merchants and distributors, with functionality to meet the needs of wine businesses focused on sales to nationals, on trade or private reserves.

TVision Sales Director Nicki Stewart, “For TVision, the event is a prime opportunity for us to raise our profile as a supplier to the industry. Arriving to discover we had been placed next door to one of our recent client success stories, North South Wines, was an added bonus. Alongside clients such as Enotria, Mentzendorff and Hallgarten all exhibiting at the show, it is a perfect representation of our success within the market.”

With attendees numbering over 14,000 over the three days, it is no surprise that the show was busy right up to the end of day three. Whilst rumours beforehand suggested several large producers could pull out of LWF 2015, this did not appear to be the case. Ross Carter, show director for the London Wine Fair “For 2015 we have over 40 new and returning exhibitors to the London Wine fair, and that, for us, is a massive positive as it just underlines the sheer diversity of the show”

Tuesday afternoon saw the annual Drinks Business Awards ceremony, with TVision clients Liberty Wines taking the award for On-Trade Supplier of the Year and also Runner-up for UK Drinks Company of the Year.