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Sage ERP Africa partners with Datalinx to offer embedded warehouse management solution

6/05/2015 by Sharon Shahzad

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Sage ERP Africa has signed a distribution agreement with Datalinx, offering customers in Africa and the Middle East access to a range of integrated warehousing solutions that enable significant cost savings and operational benefits in key areas such as warehouse, manufacturing and mobility.Headquartered in the UK, Datalinx provides a complete end-to-end warehouse management solution that seamlessly integrates Sage ERP X3 and warehouse operations. It supplies expert barcoding systems that integrate into all levels of Sage ERP X3, providing business process capabilities that extend the functionality of the ERP solution.

Datalinx has been providing the European Sage market with embedded warehouse solutions for more than 25 years and has 400 Sage sites, in industries ranging from manufacturing and pharmaceutical to online retail and food and beverage processing.

Keith Fenner, Senior Vice President Sales – Sage ERP Africa and Head of Sage Middle East, says: “We are thrilled to extend the relationship with Datalinx to Africa and the Middle East. Our relationship with Datalinx will enable customers to implement a market-leading ERP warehousing solution, which streamlines their process and maximises the potential for efficiency.”

Sage ERP partners across the region will now be able to provide Sage ERP X3 customers with the latest in warehouse management systems using the Datalinx Warehouse Manager X3 application.

The Datalinx Warehouse Manager X3 application is designed and developed to deliver the key warehousing functionality that today’s business require, yet achieve this without compromising or taking control from the Sage ERP X3 system at the core of the business.

This article has been extracted from http://it-online.co.za, please click on this link to read the article in full http://it-online.co.za/2015/05/05/sage-erp-africa-partners-with-datalinx/

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Montash is headquartered in Old Street, London, in the heart of the technology hub. Montash has completed assignments in over 30 countries and has appointed technical professionals from board level to senior and mid management in permanent and contract roles.

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