GTFS signs as ACCPAC partner

E-business solutions provider GTFS says ACCPAC provides the right mix of functionality and ROI in cost-conscious markets

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By  Mark Sutton Published  September 29, 2002

Dubai-based e-business solution provider GTFS has been appointed as an ACCPAC business partner. Under the deal GTFS will offer ACCPAC solutions along with its existing portfolio of enterprise solutions that includes Oracle, Microsoft and IBM. The aim, according to managing director Patrick McManaman, is to provide customers with a cost-effective solution to meet limited IT budgets.

“From the projects that we have done, we've learned that customers are looking for a complete solution that takes care of their business without worries about integration and too much customisation. ACCPAC today is delivering completely integrated business applications that offer quick implementation to get an immediate and tangible ROI. This high level of integration used to be unaffordable to our customers, most of which have limited budgets as medium-sized companies,” he explained. “ACCPAC offers our medium-sized customers access to top-level solutions which until recently were only available to the largest companies in the region.”

GTFS, part of the Bin Zayed Group, specialises in e-business solutions for companies in a range of vertical segments such as banking, telecomms and manufacturing. This makes them an ideal partner for ACCPAC, said Marc Van der Ven, regional manager of ACCPAC. “Along with GTFS’s impressive list of customers, the company’s staff is equipped with a history of powerful implementations and understanding of the business environment in the region. GTFS has got the perfect profile of an ACCPAC business partner and we are delighted to have them on board,” he said.

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