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Sage’s Enterprise Intelligence solution now has 1000 customers

28 Sep 17

Cloud accounting software company Sage has just notched its 1000th customer for its Enterprise Intelligence (SEI) solution.

Designed to help enterprise customers manage business intelligence, SEI is available globally and integrates with Sage enterprise-level business management solutions.

Jennifer Warawa, Sage EVP of partners for accountants and alliances says, “For over 1000 businesses to select Sage Enterprise Intelligence as their BI solution is a ringing endorsement of the calibre of our partners and their solutions.

“We have customers from all trades using SEI to manage their data, from manufacturing, distribution and service industries. In each corner of the globe, 1000 businesses are reducing the time spent on analysis and reporting and making faster, more informed decisions all with Sage Enterprise Intelligence.”

Launched in June 2013, Sage Enterprise Intelligence is the business intelligence solution for Sage enterprise products.

Sage says SEI provides businesses with innovative self-serve analytics and reporting capabilities that are accessible via the web or any mobile device.

One of the 1000 customers to select Sage Enterprise Intelligence to manage their business data is Avon Rubber, a design and engineering group based in the US, UK and Europe serving customers globally.

On why his company decided to implement the solution, Mike DePasquale, Avon Rubber group enterprise systems manager says, “Sage Enterprise Intelligence is providing our global operations analysis and reporting capabilities it's never had before.

“We continue to extend and deepen our use of SEI's innovative and powerful features across our enterprise, within what is truly a self-sustainable environment.”

SEI is integrated with Sage business solutions and comes with several prebuilt data cubes, drill down inquiries, role-based dashboards, reports and financial statements.

Its online analytical processing technology supports data migrations and consolidation of multi-source data, and the SEI software is based on two user types, web and mobile.

Greg Brown, Tangerine Software (the OEM for SEI) president says, "We're grateful to Sage for its collaboration and continued support in making Sage Enterprise Intelligence a household name within its global ecosystem.

“SEI is truly providing Sage customers business analytics and reporting capabilities they didn’t previously have access to."

The solution is currently available in North America, Europe, South Africa, Middle East, Australia and New Zealand.

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