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Sage unveils next generation of Sage ERP X3 solution

27/05/2014 by

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Sage, one of the world’s leading suppliers of business management software and services, has unveiled the next generation of its global mid-market ERP solution, Sage ERP X3 version 7. The market-leading solution has been completely overhauled to ensure the best user experience online and on mobile devices.

Version 7 now has usability and mobility integrated as standard, allowing mid-sized organisations the ability to get more done faster and on the move, therefore helping to reduce costs and win new business. It includes a completely new intuitive and collaborative web interface based on HTML5 which supports multiple browsers and user personalisation. Version 7 also now offers mobile access and a host of web apps, as well as Microsoft Office integration and an all-new powerful search function.

“Sage research shows that mid-market businesses have three clear priorities: winning new customers, reducing operating costs and growing revenue. Sage ERP X3 version 7 has been redesigned to address these key challenges with a host of new features that help mid-sized businesses,” says Sage ERP Africa managing director, Jeremy Waterman. “With the Sage ERP X3 version 7, we build on the traditional strengths of our solution by improving the end-user experience; enhancing the mobility features; and making it easier than ever for users to access and share business insights and information.”

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