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  • Enabling ECCMS Product Announcement @ Sage Insights 2012 in the ARN by Hafizah Osman:

    http://www.arnnet.com.au

  • An integrated Sage ERP Accpac solution helped Medshop, the largest online distributor of medical equipment in Australia, diversify and expand its business by 50 percent (click to read supply chain pdf)

  • The RMTU (Rail and Maritime Transport Union) accepted an invitation by Enabling and Sage to be part of a Beta testing programme for the dynamic, new look Sage ERP Accpac 6.0. The union is a long term user of Sage ERP Accpac, using it to manage the finances, and ensure day to day activities run smoothly. Accpac's new-look portal has proven a winner for the union. This union has responsibility for the interests of railway and maritime workers in New Zealand. All members, in any role, have equal rights. The number one priority of the union is looking after the interests of members.

  • Sage are excited to announce that Sage ERP Accpac version 6 has arrived. Web-enabled ERP for the mid-market is here! Sage ERP Accpac Version 6.0 represents history in the making with business software set to revolutionise the ERP market. So prepare yourself for the most eagerly anticipated product launch in the Sage world for years.

  • Sage X3 has rapidly become one of the leading solutions globally with 41% growth over 3 years. In the last twelve months, 300 new customers have adopted Sage X3 taking the total number of customers globally to more than 3,000 customers. The product is now available in 53 countries and has more than 165,000 users worldwide.

  • Five percent of marketing and sales activities is inspiration, while 95 percent is perspiration. This means that, in order to effectively run a marketing or sales team, 95 percent of the work is spent in managing processes effectively. Having CRM software helps companies to track leads and opportunities, and to minimize the steps that will need to be executed in order to achieve their goals," says Mike Lorge, Managing Director of Sage Business Solutions in Australia.

     

  • Brisbane based Fast 100 company Di Bella Coffee will manage rapid growth with SAP Business One when it goes live in September. The IT project, run by SAP Channel Partner Enabling, started last month and is currently in the pre-implementation stages. Di Bella is on track for another 30 to 40 per cent growth in 2010, supplying about 1200 cafes all over the country.

  • IPM Global announced today that its IPM Project Management tool, a Microsoft XRM solution for the Construction / Engineering and project related industries, is now Certified for Microsoft Dynamics, which signifies that the solution has met Microsoft Corp.'s highest standard for partner-developed software. By successfully meeting all certification requirements, IPM can now carry the distinct Certified for Microsoft Dynamics logo.

  • Eleven of the Community Trusts in New Zealand have combined together with a common goal of delivering better services to their respective communities throughout the country. The Trusts, which formed after the passing of the 1988 Trustee Banks Restructuring Act, are all similar in that funds received from the proceeds of the sale of shares in their then respective Trustee Savings Banks are invested in various asset classes and the income from these investment make up donations or grants that go out to support the communities (Not for Profit) they work with.

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