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e2b teknologies Adds Sage 100 ERP


Sage reseller and Gold Development Partner e2b teknologies announced the addition of Sage 100 ERP to the company’s ERP and CRM software portfolio.

As a simpler and broader ERP solution, Sage 100 ERP complements e2b’s existing ERP product line, which includes Epicor ERP, Sage 500 ERP, and Sage ERP X3. Among Sage 100 ERP’s integrated solutions are embedded integration to Sage CRM, accounting and finance, manufacturing, distribution and business intelligence.

“We’ve always specialized in more advanced ERP systems with decades of experience working with complex distribution and manufacturing supply chains,” stated Frank Nisenboum, vice president of enterprise sales at e2b teknologies. “Sage 100 ERP gives us a comprehensive solution for growing businesses that have outgrown entry level accounting systems that need more features without the added complexity.”


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