Sage, the market and technology leader for integrated accounting, payroll and payment systems, has appointed Dynamic Cloud as an authorised partner in Saudi Arabia.
Dynamic Cloud, a subsidiary of Dynamic Energy, provides cloud-based business management software including ERP solutions in the Al Khobar IT sector. The company is engaged in the research and development of new technologies and innovative products around areas such big data analytics and IoT. It also constantly seeks partnerships with globally recognized brands to maximize market share and profitability.
The company will be a partner for Sage X3, Sage X3 People, Sage 300 and Sage CRM business management solutions.
Dynamic Cloud serves industries ranging from oil and gas, to healthcare, logistics, manufacturing, and education. The partnership agreement will offer Sage a springboard to reach new clients with its state-of-the-art business management solutions, said a statement.
“Dynamic Cloud and Sage are working together to increase market share while providing professional sustainable solutions to the Saudi market, especially in Al Khobar,” noted Othman Al Othman, CEO Dynamic Energy. “Further, partnering with Sage gives us an insight into the future of business management solutions utilizing the best technology, and best support.”
“Having more business partners in Saudi Arabia is a core element of Sage’s commitment to the Saudi market. This goes together with an aggressive training plan that Sage is undertaking to improve its business partner capabilities to serve customers in Saudi Arabia,” said Albadr, founder and CEO, Josor, Sage certified distributor in Saudi Arabia.
“We are excited by the potential of this partnership with Dynamic Cloud to reach clients across a variety of industries. As the country’s focus on economic development and modernization of existing businesses continues into 2017, we are thrilled to be an enabler of sustainable, and robust business solutions in Saudi Arabia,” said Keith Fenner, vice president Sage Enterprise Africa & Middle East.
The ‘Vision 2030’, an economic development policy released by the Saudi government outlines the prospects for the development of the non-oil sectors in the country. Modernisation of the country’s business sector, a goal of the policy document, falls on partnerships such as these between local, and regional or global solution providers to devise by utilizing the core competencies of market knowledge held by local companies, and high quality product and service knowledge of regional and global brands.
Using Sage solutions for business operations and business planning combined with professional services to assist with change implementation and management, will result in the empowering of businesses with important information and the freeing of resources (time, people) for strategic growth of the company and the economy, said the statement. - TradeArabia News Service