AccTech Systems announced as top Sage business partner for the 8th year in a row

AccTech Systems ACCfactAccTech Systems is again the Sage ERP Business Partner for Africa for 2011. This is the eighth consecutive year that AccTech has been accredited as the leading Sage Business Partner in Africa. The announcement was made during Softline Accpac’s annual partner conference held in the Drakensberg over the weekend.

“The Sage ERP market has grown tremendously since the introduction of its tier 2 solution, Sage ERP X3, in 2008,” says Tertius Zitzke, Chief Executive Officer at AccTech Systems. “Sage ERP X3 has attracted a number of new Sage Business Partners into the channel and I’m extremely proud that the AccTech team can still claim top honours against such strong competition. We support in excess of 17,000 users across the continent and with awards like these, our customers has the assurance that they are dealing with the top partner in the channel.”

With the accolade as the top partner, AccTech also took the lion’s share of other awards that were up for grabs. The total tally of awards for AccTech Systems is:

  • Sage ERP Business Partner of the year
  • Premier Business Partner – The highest status that can be achieved by a Business Partner
  • Peresoft Cashbook Highest Sales for the year
  • Peresoft Cashbook Support Plus Renewals partner of the year
  • Peresoft Cashbook Technical Excellence Award
  • IDU Budgeting Partner of the year
  • Parity Software Partner of the year
  • Softline VIP Partner of the year
  • Gold Status Business Partner for AccTech Zambia
  • Silver Status Business Partner for AccTech Botswana
  • Silver Status Business Partner for AccTech Malawi
  • Silver Status Award AccTech Western Cape
  • AccTech eWorkflow.Net Partner of the year for AccTech Western Cape

The status awards received for AccTech’s performance in the various countries confirms the success of AccTech’s strategy and investment across Africa. “This year we grew in all the geographies we operate in and have experienced better than expected results in some of the countries beyond our borders,” says Zitzke.