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Sage Launches ERP X3 Version 7

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Sage North America announced the new Sage ERP X3 version 7 of the global business management solution for midsized companies, with flexibility and an entirely redesigned web and mobile experience.

Sage ERP X3 version 7 provides personal dashboards and intelligence tools for users to monitor performance, serve customers, and be notified of events that require attention.

“A recent research study commissioned by Sage indicated that midmarket companies with improved data accessibility, quality, intelligence and usability can expect 35 percent more incremental revenue year over year than lower-performing companies,” stated Joe Langner, executive vice president and general manager of midmarket solutions for Sage North America. “That’s roughly $980,000 incremental revenue a year for a company earning $42M annually in gross revenue, which is significant for any business. As companies grow, they can lose agility and profitable growth. Sage ERP X3 version 7 provides the tools to simplify and speed up the use of information to revive this growth.”

More information on the research study is available here.

The redesigned product includes an intuitive HTML5-based web and mobile interface, a variety of apps, and a mobility development kit, compatible with iOS, Windows phone and most Android devices.

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