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SAGE SOFTWARE, THE leading global supplier of ERP, CRM, and HRM solutions to medium and large organisations, announced that it has been awarded a ‘Sage ERP X3’ implementation contract by Trouvay & Cauvin Gulf, a project package specialist for line pipe, fittings and flanges, valves, instrumentation and control systems in the Middle East.
Designed to offer ease of configuration and parameterisation, ‘Sage ERP X3’ will facilitate a centralised system that is transparent to all users internally and across the web.
The company further revealed that phase one of the implementation is targeted for completion before the year-end. ‘Sage ERP X3’ is a powerful product configurator, and among the crucial new developments, which it will afford the client is ensuring that structured part numbers are created and that the user does not agree to sell a product that cannot physically be manufactured or sourced.
It also incorporates a comprehensive ‘Vessel and Container Tracking’ system, which forms the basis of a standard offering for the Gulf region. By incorporating embedded runtimes for ‘Business Objects’ and ‘Crystal Reports’, reporting and statistical analysis can be generated more effectively, while links to MS Office now comes as a standard.
“This is our first major ‘Sage ERP X3’ implementation in the region, and while it is a very complex system that aims for far reaching benefits and implications for the customer, we are progressing tremendously and are efficiently dealing with the challenges.
The host of benefits this system will provide Trouvay & Cauvin Gulf is further enhanced by its simple design, look and feel across the available modules, which makes it more intuitive for end-users to operate, without reducing the functionality and control available to the Finance Managers, Operational Managers and IT Managers.
We are looking forward to the completion of this implementation, which will afford excellent advantages for our client,” concluded Vikram Suri, Managing Director, Sage M.E.