Sage ERP Africa has announced the availability of Sage ERP X3 version 7 in Nigeria.
[blockquote right=”pull-right” cite=”Sage ERP Africa”]“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.”[/blockquote]
According to the enterprise solutions firm, the latest version of Sage ERP’s global business management solution for midsized companies includes a range of enhancements that address Nigerian companies’ challenges of winning new customers, reducing operating costs and growing revenue.
New features include an entirely redesigned Web and mobile experience that ensures employees have access to the information they need wherever they are. This makes Sage ERP X3 Version 7 a great fit for the Nigerian market, where smart devices penetration is high and people are always on the move, the techology company said.
Keith Fenner, Senior Vice President Sales, Sage ERP X3 AAMEA says “For Nigerian companies struggling with legacy systems or even manual processes, the biggest challenge is getting access to the accurate, timely data they need to make good business decisions. Sage ERP X3 version 7 gives Nigerian enterprises the quality information they need to better manage their businesses and grow their profits and revenues.”
Simplifying the management of complex business processes across the organization, 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.
Sage ERP X3 version 7 software is suitable for even the most demanding Nigerian enterprises in the oil and gas, utilities, engineering and government sectors as it provides a robust platform with many features associated with expensive, top-tier ERP solutions.
“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,” adds Fenner. “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.”
The redesigned Sage ERP X3 version 7 also features other new usability improvements, including a new intuitive Web and mobile interface based on HTML5 that supports common browsers that can be customised for users. Version 7 offers a variety of apps and comes with a mobility development kit, compatible with iOS, Windows Phone and most Android devices, according to Sage ERP Africa.