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Sage Business Solutions expands partner network

24 Apr 15

Sage Business Solutions has appointed three new channel partners to increase the scope of distribution for its business management software. 

Accsys Consulting, SA3e IT Solutions and Datec have been confirmed as Sage channel partners, extending the distribution of ERP X3 across Australia and South Pacific.

Mike Lorge, Sage managing director, says, “We are delighted to have such strong partners representing Sage throughout Australia and the South Pacific region.

“All are respected consultancies and understand the operational growing pains that organisations face as they move into mid-market size and beyond.”

“We welcome them to our partner family and are confident their skilled teams will get the most from Sage ERP X3 for their customers,” added Lorge.

SA3e IT Solutions provides a range of IT solutions and services to businesses looking for a fresh approach to managing their corporate accounts, customers and suppliers. Its services include solution and system selection; consulting and implementation; and financial management. 

The company has particular expertise in energy and resources, building supply distribution, agriculture, not-for-profit and property development sectors throughout Western Australia.

“Sage ERP X3 is the future of ERP solutions and becoming a business partner will enable us to offer our valued clients an industry leading ERP solution,” says Kim Hendon, managing director, SA3e. 

“Many mid-sized companies are searching for scalable products that have good functionality and want to see a solid return on investment. Sage ERP X3 fits that to a tee,” Hendon says. 

Accsys Consulting provides specialist financial management and information technology consulting services to public and private sector organisations. Based out of Canberra, Accsys helps clients to develop their customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning and financial management information systems.

“We currently support Sage ERP 300 and Sage CRM, and now with Sage ERP X3 we have a market-leading solution that fits the challenges of winning new customers, growing revenue and reducing operating costs that many mid-market organisations face.” says Josh Leighton, Director, Accsys Consulting.

Datec specialises in the delivery of information and communications technology solutions to businesses in Fiji and throughout the South Pacific. It is the largest technology provider in the South Pacific region, providing a wide range of services including systems integration, professional services, managed services and software applications.

Umesh Nand, manager professional services, Datec, says, “In our region there are many businesses that operate a multi-region and multi-location strategy with high volume transactions.”

Nand continues, “They want real-time information and effective collaboration managed through a flexible technology platform. Sage ERP X3 delivers this.” 

Sage claims organisations are increasingly looking for opportunities to control all elements of the business, and to make their operations more productive and more efficient in employing their financial and human resources. 

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