A Streamlined Mid-Market Business Solutions through Sage ERP X3 Online
FREMONT, CA: The Sage Group, a business management software and services provider, announces Sage ERP X3 Online, a cloud-based offering with even more usability, mobility and cost benefits for mid-market businesses.
With an intuitive and collaborative HTML5 based web-interface, Sage ERP X3 Online, offers Microsoft Office integration along with mobile access and a host of web apps. Cloud native technologies such as MongoDB, Elastic Search, JSON and Node.js have also been used in developing this cloud-based ERP solution.
“Our research shows that three-quarters (76 percent) of businesses are considering investing in cloud-based business software in future, demonstrating a clear demand and understanding of the benefits of cloud across the mid-market,” said Christophe Letellier, CEO, Sage ERP X3. “We’ve developed a cloud version of our Sage ERP X3 version 7 technology, which will help customers grow forward with even faster, simpler ERP.”
Sage ERP X3 Online provides ease of deployment, accessibility, simple management and low cost of ownership coupled with the abilities of Sage ERP X3 version 7. The product is expected to be launched in North America in September, before being made available at the global level.
“North America businesses are one of the leading adopters of cloud technology right now,” said Joe Langner, executive vice president and general manager, mid-market solutions for Sage North America. “That’s why we’re rolling out our cloud version of Sage ERP X3 in this market first. Businesses now have a choice in how they wish to set up and pay for their business management system. Sage ERP X3 Online is the next logical step in our continued commitment to give businesses choice and the confidence to grow their business.”
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