ACCPAC announces new regional partners to target vertical segments
ACCPAC has announced the first in a series of appointments for reseller and integrator partners to help push its ebusiness software solutions to the Middle East's small-to-medium businesses.
ACCPAC has announced the signing of a number of new partnering agreements in the region to broaden its distribution and develop solutions for vertical segments. The new partners will offer the range of ACCPAC’s financial and e-business solutions aimed at the small-to-medium business markets.
The new partners are Mostafa Shawki & Co, an Egyptian auditing and accounting firm; Information Technology Resources of Bahrain, a mid-market systems integrator; and manufacturing industry consulting firm Information Technology and Computer Systems of Jordan.
“ACCPAC solutions give enormous cost advantages to growing businesses, allowing them to take rapid advantage of a multitude of opportunities in our market today, primarily in the dynamic small-to-medium enterprise arena. ACCPAC is an ideal product for us to bring value to businesses in this country as they look for new ways to increase business efficiency and reduce costs,” commented Hala Rashed of Mostafa Shawki & Co.
Marc Van der Ven, ACCPAC’s regional manager for the Middle East said: “We’re continuing to attract accounting firms, systems-integrators and software development houses throughout the region who are interested in offering the best integrated end-to-end e-business solutions available today. ACCPAC’s financial applications answer the growing management needs of small, medium and large organizations. These e-business solutions offer companies the opportunity to extend their business onto the Web seamlessly.”