Blytheco offers Sage ERP X3
Blytheco adds Sage ERP X3, an enterprise resource planning software suite that Sage says is advanced, simple, and cost-effective business applications designed to meet the functionality requirements of mid-to-large distributors and manufacturers.
Sage says its ERP X3 is an enterprise resource planning software suite with advanced, simple, and cost-effective business applications designed to meet the functionality requirements of mid-to-large distributors and manufacturers.
Sage North America announced that Blytheco LLC of Laguna Hills, CA, has expanded its portfolio of Sage business management solutions with the addition of Sage ERP X3. Blytheco recently received the 2009 Sage Business Partner of the Year for top sales performance among Sage Business Solutions (SBS) business partners. The addition of Sage ERP X3 gives Blytheco a global ERP (enterprise resource planning) solution able to address the growing needs of North American businesses that leverage global economics. The companies made the announcement Dec. 1.
"Globalization is a key trend driving business evolution for companies of all sizes," said Stephen Blythe, founder and CEO of Blytheco. Sage ERP X3 meets those needs, Blythe said.
Used by businesses in more than 38 countries and supporting multiple locations, languages and currencies, Sage ERP X3 provides the flexibility to manage growing businesses in a global economy, Sage says. The solution combines first-class integrated functionality for finance, sales, CRM, inventory management, purchasing and manufacturing, while remaining affordable, quick to implement and simple to use. Sage ERP X3 scales from 20 to more than 1,000 concurrent users and is ideal for the advanced business requirements of upper midmarket distributors and manufacturers doing business in North America and around the world, the company says.
"Blytheco's decision to invest in the Sage ERP X3 business opportunity demonstrates their commitment to aggressively pursue new market opportunities," added Jodi Uecker-Rust, president Sage Business Solutions division. www.sagenorthamerica.com
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