Ten New Bakers Choose CyBake in Twelve Months

Bakery management software replaces legacy systems

YORK, ENGLAND, MAY 11, 2011 – Ten new bakers have installed the CyBake bakery management system from York-based RedBlack Software in the last twelve months.

New CyBake customers include Brucciani in Leicester, Glovers Bakery in Chorley, The Cookie Jar in Newcastle, Northern Ireland, and J.J. Fields & Co in Skibbereen, the Republic of Ireland. The majority of new customers have opted for CyBake Core, the entry-level version of the system launched at the Bakery Industry Exhibition (BIE) at the NEC in March, 2010.

In addition to these new customers, a number of existing CyBake users have upgraded their systems to CyBake 3, the latest enterprise-level version of the solution, originally released in October, 2009. These include J. Wilds (Confectioners), Keighley, Yorkshire, makers of Grandma Wilds biscuits, Cooplands Bakery, Doncaster, Village Bakery, Coedpoeth and Jenkins the Bakers, Llanelli.

Commenting on the latest set of new CyBake customers, RedBlack Software managing director Jane Tyler says: “We are really starting to see the tipping point now for older computerised bakery systems. They really have run their course. Our customers have been using CyBake since 1995, but its easy to forget that many bakers are still using systems that predate even that. While CyBake is a continually evolving, upgraded solution, other applications seem to have been left pretty much as they were way back when. In 2011, what were once modern DOS-based applications have now become legacy systems.”

For further information, please contact:

Seamus Quinn
Cue Communications
seamusquinn1@yahoo.co.uk
07846 102 192

or

Martin Coyle
RedBlack Software
martin.coyle@redblacksoftware.co.uk
01904 622888