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Sage Launches ERP X3 Version 7 In Nigeria

by Caroline Vutagwa
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Sage ERP X3 version 7 is now available in Nigeria, says Sage ERP Africa. It is the latest version of Sage ERP’s global business management solution for midsized companies.

The solution includes a range of enhancements aimed at addressing business challenges, including winning new customers, reducing operating costs and growing revenue.

Sage says that the new features include a restructured Web and mobile experience that will ensure employees have access to the information they need at any particular place.

Keith Fenner, who is the Senior Vice President Sales at Sage ERP X3 AAMEA, said that the biggest challenge comes when Nigerian companies struggling with legacy systems or even manual processes, try accessing the accurate and timely data.

The newly launched version 7 will give Nigerian enterprises the quality information they need to better manage their businesses and grow their profits and revenues.

The Sage ERP X3 version 7 provides users with personal dashboards and intelligence tools, allowing them to monitor performance, serve customers better and be notified of events that require attention, when and where it is needed.

Fenner explained that another advantage of Sage ERP X3 version 7 comes from the fact that allows companies to run their subsidiaries in different countries off a single instance of the software. Meaning, they can reduce cost of ownership and improve visibility into their finances across all their operations.

This also means that Sage ERP X3 version 7 supports Nigerian companies as they expand into new markets by making it faster and affordable to business solutions get up-and-running without expensive software and infrastructure costs.

“Sage ERP X3 version 7 helps Nigerian companies adopt best practices and processes in their businesses, automate processes, comply with tax and other regulations, and improve collaboration throughout their enterprises.

“It also gives them the control and scalability they need as they evolve and expand in response to the dynamic African economy. Many Nigerian companies will also be enthusiastic about our payroll and HR modules as they focus on streamlining human resource management,” said Fenner.

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