Exact bids to expand its ERP share

Exact Software is aiming to strengthen its grip on the region's enterprise resource planning (ERP) market by showcasing its leading-edge software to potential customers and likely business partners at this year's show.

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By  Peter Branton Published  October 18, 2003

Exact Software is aiming to strengthen its grip on the region's enterprise resource planning (ERP) market by showcasing its leading-edge software to potential customers and likely business partners at this year's show.
The company, which is taking part in Gitex for the first time, aims to meet with new customers from knowledge-intensive industries as part of its strategy to expand its hold on the region's ERP sector.
"Since the launch of our Dubai office in October 2002, Exact Software Middle East has witnessed explosive growth in demand for our breakthrough technology, One-X," says Nizar Badwan, general manager, Exact Software Middle East. "Gitex provides us with the opportunity to meet major players from various sectors. We will be paying a significant amount of attention to decision-makers from information-heavy organisations from industries such as legal practices, accounting firms and design houses," he adds.
Products on display this year include Exact Globe 2003 and Exact e-Synergy which are new products launched by Exact which are based on Exact's One-X concept. One-X is designed to ensure better availability of information. By deploying a single database platform for all business processes, it avoids duplication of information. This gives organisations better information, increases efficiency and allows the use of web based front-office applications.
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