New Wings apps suite takes flight

Wings Infonet, a leading business software products company, is showcasing version 18 of its Wings suite of business products at GITEX Technology Week 2009. The new suite works on current generation technology and is designed for mid-sized businesses which seek to to automate systems beyond mere book-keeping and want computerised systems which can help them manage their organisations better.

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By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 19, 2009

Wings Infonet, a leading business software products company, is showcasing version 18 of its Wings suite of business products at GITEX Technology Week 2009. The new suite works on current generation technology and is designed for mid-sized businesses which seek to to automate systems beyond mere book-keeping and want computerised systems which can help them manage their organisations better.

"With Wings, we have brought about a unique suite for the mid-sized business, the like of which is not available. It is neither a traditional ERP system with huge pains and costs of implementation nor, a traditional book-keeping software with limited scope. It is a modern suite which helps businesses computerise many functions beyond accounting in an integrated environment, using modern technology. It is designed to help growing businesses manage their businesses better," says Ajay Gandhi, Director for Wings.

The Wings suite consists of Wings e-Accounting, a premium accounting software; Wings e-Payroll, a payroll system; Wings e-Asset, a fixed assets management software; Wings e-Retail, a point-of-sale and retail software; Wings e-Auto, automobile dealer management software; and Wings e-F&B, software for restaurant  and hospitality management.

"GITEX is extremely important for the success of our marketing efforts in the Middle East. We hope to achieve substantially higher visibility and reach through this year's event. We hope to enlist new distributors and resellers from across the Middle East," adds Gandhi.

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