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Rob Sinfield

Sage continues strong Enterprise Management customer growth

DUBAI, April 4, 2019

Sage, a leader for cloud business management solutions, has announced continued momentum, with almost 6,000 customers from over 80 countries selecting Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management to help transform their business and deliver greater efficiencies.  
Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management provides a faster, more intuitive and bespoke business management solution for a growing business. From supply chain management to manufacturing through to human resource and payroll management capabilities, the solution delivers a more personalised experience for businesses than traditional enterprise resource planning systems, said a company statement.

It offers multiple cloud deployment options and services, providing the freedom to consume and scale the solution as and when needed so that organisations can thrive and stay competitive, it said.

Rob Sinfield, vice president, Enterprise Management, said: “Organisations are looking to thrive and retain their competitive advantage by increasing their agility and embracing change at speed.”

“We work hand in hand with our strategic business partners to deliver the right solution that our mutual customers are urgently looking for. Enterprise Management helps customers meet the evolving needs of their business today, as well as plan for the future of their industry,” he added.
Global customers who have benefited from Sage Enterprise Management include:
• Al Dahra, a prominent leader in the UAE agriculture business, has experienced cost management efficiencies during its procurement cycle, including tracking of import consignments and end-to-end automation across operations – irrespective of market segments and legislations. The company has also benefited from accurate and efficient reporting, enabling timely and better-informed decision-making.
Giby George, director of information technology, Al Dahra, said: “Over the last five to 10 years, we have seen tremendous expansion across the globe, and the acquisitions we have made left us with a number of legacy systems.”

‘We needed a centralised repository of information that spoke the truth – one system in place that would support multiple companies, legislations and currencies,” he added.
Sage business partner Aritmos has been instrumental in enabling Al Dahra’s success.
Andreu Salvadó, chief executive officer and owner, Aritmos, said: “By working closely with Sage and listening to our customer Al Dahra, we recommended Sage Enterprise Management, as it met the existing business requirements but would also scale to address future needs.”
• City Cruises, the UK’s leading tour boat operator on the River Thames in London, as well as in York and Poole, is managing its operations with Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management. In collaboration with Sage Business Partner Percipient, City Cruises is now seeing increased efficiencies across all departments, improved business reporting, and a real-time view and analysis of live data. Watch City Cruises’ Sage Story here
• Kookaburra, an Australian sports equipment company specialising in cricket and field hockey equipment, in collaboration with Sage Business Partners CitySoft and Datalinx, implemented Enterprise Management and Datalinx’s warehouse management software, providing a single source of the truth across the company, enabling more focused and timely decisions as it continues to grow its business.
• Kobayashi Americas, a Japanese healthcare manufacturing company, alongside Sage Business Partner Blytheco, has benefited from automating and streamlining processes, as well as integrating all its different data repositories into one system. This has had a positive impact on the organisation’s ability to track shipments, access to real-time data, an increase in productivity, visibility and ability to get its products out the door in a timely fashion. – TradeArabia News Service


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