Winjit - Sage Software To Offer Sage Accpac ERP
Sage Software India has signed an agreement with Winjit Technologies to offer Sage Accpac ERP to its clients.
The partnership claims to provide enhanced consulting and implementation services to the customers. Winjit’s presence in the western region is also expected to assist Sage to expand its reach into the markets of Nasik, Pune and others regions of Maharashtra.
According to Thomas Abraham, MD, Sage Software India, "Taking into account the fact that western India is the hub of many manufacturing companies coupled with the increased focus of our company in this region, partnering with Winjit Technologies gives Sage Software access to good consulting resources for ERP in this market.”
“Our partnership with Sage will help us move to the next level of providing solutions for our customers. Many of our customers want to move from basic accounting packages to more comprehensive solutions. This partnership with Sage will help us extend end to end solutions to manufacturing companies in this region. It's an exciting time for us and we are looking forward to reaping the advantages of this partnership,” stated Ashwin Kandoi, director, Winjit Technologies.
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