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Sage partners with SAW Soft Mill to develop ERP X3

Sage partners with SAW Soft Mill to develop ERP X3

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Keith Fenner
Keith Fenner
Sage Middle East, announced its collaboration with SAW Soft Mill, for the further development of Sage ERP X3 for regional and international distribution. SAW Soft Mill, which is the US- based software development arm of the UAE’s Sharaf HQ Investments.

Yasser al Sharaf, Chairman of Sharaf HQ Investments, agreed. “Sharaf HQ Investments and our US- based software development team, SAW Soft Mill, is excited to expand our partnership with the Sage product team to capitalize on identified opportunities in the vertical integration base.”

Keith Fenner, Senior Vice President – Sales, Africa and Head of Sage Middle East, shared the company’s exciting new plans to take the popular Sage ERP X3 to the next level in its development, and to ready it for use in a wide range of new industries. We are working closely to develop vertical solutions based on the Sage ERP X3 platform for the domestic and international markets,” he noted, acknowledging that the industry-wide potential for the product’s growth and expansion is rife.”

Currently, the Sage ERP X3 is often used for asset and project management across industries such as telecommunications, textile and steel manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, mining, oil & gas, compliance, chemicals and agriculture.

“Together, SAW Soft Mill and Sage will be developing cutting- edge solutions benefitting many industrial and services sectors such as retail, project and services management, and hospitality,” added Chris Weiner, Product Manager for SAW Soft Mill.

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