Sage’s ERP solution, Sage X3, is helping businesses all around the globe in their digital transformation strategies, and Kenyan businesses are not being left behind.
This was discussed during a recent CIO Breakfast Series, a series of executive breakfast events hosted by CIO East Africa in a bid to bring key IT and ICT players together, where Ms. Nikki Summers, Regional Director, Sage Africa noted that the role of the CIO is becoming more challenging because of changes in technology and that revolutionising your work place with the right solutions gets you ready to adapt fast.
“Change is a constant but change can be predictable when you choose the right solutions for your organisation,” Ms. Summers added.
According to Summers, the right technology is Sage X3 which has evolved beyond the traditional ERP boundaries and seamlessly improves productivity in the distribution, manufacturing, and services industry.
One such customer benefiting from Sage X3 is; Harleys Ltd, who were the first Sage X3 customers in East Africa. Harley’s Limited is one of East Africa’s most respected Pharmaceutical, Medical, OTC Products & Healthcare Service Providers.
Ravi Soni, Finance Manager, Harleys Ltd, said that Sage X3 helps them to manage their various branches from one central point, intern reducing the cost of doing business.
“The best thing that happened after implementing Sage X3 was ease of doing business in our various branches. It was as easy as pressing a button,” said Ravi.
Reiterating what Ms. Summers was saying, Michael Rasagu, Enterprise Sales Leader at Sage Africa for East Africa Region, added that Sage X3 has the ability revolutionise the way work is done, because of its features which include:
- Fully web-based, mobile responsive and easy-to-use software solution
- Supports multiple legislations, languages and currencies
- Multi-company, multi-site with inter-company processes
- Reporting & fully integrated Business Intelligence with graphical business processes and workflow functionality
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