Sage Software Middle East has launched the latest version of its globally popular Sage 300 ERP (formerly Accpac), in Dubai.
Some of the highlights of the event presentations on the various vertical solutions available included; Manufacturing, Distribution and Services, allowing customers to leverage their existing investments in Sage ERP.
According to Vikram Suri, Managing Director Sage Middle East and India, “Sage 300 ERP provides power, insight, and flexibility, while traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solutions provide an automation platform that connects the functional areas of your business—accounting, distribution or warehouse, and manufacturing. Modern ERP software solutions have evolved to also include sales, marketing, customer service, and business analytics—through business intelligence and real-time key performance indicator (KPI) dashboards. Sage 300 ERP solutions (formerly Sage ERP Accpac) deliver the best of both worlds.”
The event showcased the capability to develop on the Sage platform and deliver solutions for workflow, document management and asset maintenance to name a few.
“Sage 300 ERP is focused on meeting the demanding business needs of the mid- market businesses in this region and provides the scalability to grow with the business needs, while being cost effective to ensure a low Total Cost of Investment,” added Murali Arumugam, Business Head Sage 300 ERP.
Some of the developers participating in the event included Systronics from the UAE, Pacific Technology Solutions from New Zealand, Draycir from the UK, Orchid from Australia, AutoSimply and Norming from China. Sage authorised partners from the UAE, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia also took part in the event.
“We are excited by the new version of Sage 300 ERP as it builds on the stability that our customers are used to while incorporating the new trends in technology embracing mobile and collaboration tools,” said Mansoor Sarwar, Practice Head Sage 300 ERP.