Sage Middle East to launch ERP version 7 at GITEX

Latest release provides tools to ‘simplify’ processes, ‘speed up’ access to business-critical info

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Sage Middle East to launch ERP version 7 at GITEX Sage sees GITEX as a key platform to reinforce strategic partnerships and business relations in the region.
By  Stephen McBride Published  July 24, 2014

Business software firm Sage Middle East will launch Sage ERP X3 version 7 during its participation at GITEX Technology Week, to be held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 12 to 16 October, 2014.

The latest release is aimed at delivering "flexibility" and a redesigned Web and mobile experience, providing access to multiple information sources and "empowering businesses to address key challenges of winning new customers, reducing operating costs and growing revenue", according to Sage.

"Sage ERP X3 version 7 unlocks new possibilities for businesses to focus on accelerating growth by automating complex business processes and providing more efficient solutions to access, share and use business-critical information even on mobile devices," said Keith Fenner, senior vice president, sales, Sage ERP Africa and head of Sage Middle East.

"The GCC and the rest of the Middle East are important growth destinations for Sage and GITEX Technology Week is an key platform to reinforce strategic partnerships and business relations in the region and to showcase our latest innovations, especially the powerful global business management capabilities of the Sage ERP X3 version 7."

Sage ERP X3 version 7 includes a redesigned Web and mobile interface based on HTML5 that supports common browsers and is customisable. Version 7 also offers a variety of apps and comes with a mobility development kit, compatible with iOS, Windows Phone and most Android devices.

Sage Middle East has a number of customers in the Middle East across a range of industries and sectors, including logistics (Aramax), healthcare (Saudi German Hospital), aviation (Air Arabia), banking (NBQ), postal services (Emirates Post), call centres (Sharjah Contact Group), trading (Awazi Gargash Group and Horeca Trade), financial services (Al Rostamani and Amlak), construction (Turner Construction) and oil and gas (NSCC and PetroNas).

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