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UAE SMEs faced with challenges to manage businesses more efficiently, says Sage Software
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Thu July 12, 2012 10:55 am

UAE. The UAE’s SME segment is currently faced with challenges to manage their businesses more effectively and efficiently, according to Sage Software, a leading supplier of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Solutions to medium and large organizations.

Looking to address this challenge, the company hosted ‘Sage Customer Day,’ an event aimed towards helping SMEs get better insight on Sage’s current range of products, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dubai. Sage threw the spotlight on its solutions and software add-ons for Sage CRM, Sage ERP X3 and Sage Accpac ERP, the latter being offered with modules Sage Accpac Alerts, Sage Accpac Intelligence, Gulf Utilities for Payroll.

“The UAE has ably positioned itself as a major player in today’s global markets. With key efforts being made to recover from the recent economic gridlock, businesses today, particularly the SME segment, have detailed an increasing need to effectively and efficiently manage their operations,” said Vikram Suri, Managing Director – Middle East & India, Sage Software.

“Sage remains committed towards helping UAE businesses address this growing need by leveraging our wide range of products and the key benefits and advantages to be gained from using them. ‘Sage Customer Day’ also serves as a strategic platform for our customers to meet our core team of experts and discuss issues and challenges across today’s business sector.”  

The sessions at the event catered to both ERP and CRM solutions, teaching and raising awareness among users and potential customers with new tips and tricks to help improve management and operations of their businesses. In addition to this, ‘Sage Customer Day’ also allowed participants to meet and interact with Sage Core team Leaders while also availing the special pricing of Sage Software offered during the event.

 • Sage Accpac Intelligence is a solution that helps users quickly gather essential data needed for operations and strategic planning via reports made for Microsoft Excel.
• Sage Accpac ERP Alerts is a module that delivers automated processes that reduce delivery cycle time and accelerate revenue.
• Sage ERP X3 is a solution that offers multi-currency, multi-country and multi-legislation functionality features to address the complex requirements of mid-sized and large businesses. Sage ERP X3 focuses on cost and time savings, full interoperability and customer experience improvement.
• Sage CRM solutions give users a 360-degree view of their business or organization—allowing them to effectively manage, retain and service their customers.
• Gulf Utilities for Payroll offers Gulf users a comprehensive, flexible and fully integrated HR solution that meets the basic needs and the legal requirements of companies operating in the region.

About Sage Group:
Founded in 1981 in North East England, Sage Group PLC is a global company with 6.1 million customers, 13,500 employees and more than 25 years of experience working with small and medium sized businesses. It has built its success on understanding and meeting the needs of customers in their local markets, which has driven its growth as a world-leading provider of business management software and services. While its heritage is in the small business market, it also has the experience and expertise to meet the needs of specific industries and larger organisations. Its products and services are developed and supported locally, thereby ensuring their relevance to the customers and that they are supported by local experts.

 

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