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On demand We visited the white-goods distributor DRL at its head office in Bolton to find out how the company has grown so fast, how it managed websites for some of the biggest brands in the UK - and the systems that supported it.

DRL Head of Projects, Steve Richards, told us that the company is continually updating systems using agile development methods.

The company uses Sage 200 to keep track of its financial position, because with low margins and fluid markets, it must keep close control over its financial position.

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