AccTech Systems adds Sage Pastel Evolution to its portfolio
The Sage 200 Evolution Business Partner programme is designed to accommodate various levels of partnership, giving business partners like AccTech the opportunity to build revenue generating relationships with customers as well as provide essential services such as support, consulting and training.
Sage 200 Evolution Product Divisional Director Mohammed Mosam, says AccTech is a major reseller in the midmarket segment and its reach into the sub-Saharan African market is seen as a key goal for Sage Pastel.
Sage 200 Evolution takes accounting to the next level by allowing one to not only capture numbers, but also to perform business activities. It brings all aspects of one’s operating environment together, providing an integrated, holistic view of your business that allows for better decision making.
AccTech CEO Tertius Zitzke says they are extremely excited about this new addition. “Sage Pastel Evolution ERP delivers an entirely new dimension in business management software, taking business way beyond the traditional realms of accounting systems.”
“The biggest advantage of Evolution is its local relevance and localisation and mainly because it’s a Proudly South African product. AccTech Systems is also the Sage CRM Partner of the Year since 2008, and Sage CRM is the CRM platform for Pastel Evolution. AccTech is looking to add considerably towards enhancing the Evolution product with its existing ERP modules, especially in the business process management arena,” he explains.
The Sage 200 Evolution channel programme incorporates stringent sales and accreditation requirements and it prides itself in a well sought after reseller network. Sage Pastel is currently represented in over 52 countries worldwide through a network of more than 150 business partners and authorised resellers.
” Sage 200 Evolution is an ERP software system that gives you the ability to control your financial situation as well as your relationships with your customers, suppliers and employees,” Zitzke concludes.