e2b teknologies to Showcase ERP X3 for Food and Beverage Manufacturers
CHARDON, OH: e2b teknologies, a Sage Software reseller, announces the exhibition of their product ERP X3 for food and beverage manufacturers at the Ohio Food Industry Summit. Set to be shown as the primary solution of e2b teknologies', it is developed with the advanced manufacturing, distribution, warehousing, CRM, accounting, and application features that address the unique and specialized needs of companies in the food and beverage industry.
Sage ERP X3 has been designed targeting the wholesale distributors, process manufacturers, discrete manufacturers, and accounting and business service organizations in need of better management of their financials, inventory, and manufacturing processes. Built on SAFE technology platform, the solution has user friendly dashboard with enhanced graphical representations and best suits inventory-centric businesses such as food and beverage processors, life sciences, chemicals, distributors, consumer packaged goods (CPG), medical device, and companies engaged in mining, oil, and gas. It lets the users take control of the processes and allows mixed-mode manufacturing with deep functionality for both formula and recipe-based manufacturers, as well as discrete bills of material and assembly
Other solutions being displayed by the firm at the summit include Sage 100 ERP, Sage 500 ERP, and Epicor ERP as well as a showcase of Anytime 500 manufacturing and distribution add-ons for Sage 500 ERP, and Anytime Collect, the company’s cloud-based accounts receivable management software.
“As long-time members of the Sage community and with our specific focus on the manufacturing industry, we are excited to meet the attendees and introduce ERP products and services designed specifically to address the unique needs and challenges of their industry,” says Frank Nisenboum, VP of ERP Sales at e2b teknologies.
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