SAGE ERP and Datalinx seal Africa and Middle East Distribution Deal

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Stay Connected! Follow @SupplyChainD and @SamJermy on Twitter.SAGE ERP Africa has signed a distribution agreement with Datalinx which will see a range o...

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SAGE ERP Africa has signed a distribution agreement with Datalinx which will see a range of integrated warehouse solutions made available for customers across Africa and the Middle East.

Keith Fenner, Senior Vice President Sales at Sage ERP Africa said:  “Our relationship with Datalinx will enable customers to implement a market-leading ERP warehousing solution, which streamlines their process and maximises the potential for efficiency.”

It has been agreed that the proposed solutions will enable provide significant savings alongside operational benefits to warehousing, manufacturing and mobility.

Based in the United Kingdom, Datalinx specialises in providing complete end-to-end warehouse management solutions integrated with Sage ERP X3 and warehouse operations.

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With over 25 years of experience and 400 Sage sites, the company can cater for a variety of industries including manufacturing, pharmaceutical, retail and beverage processing.

Sage ERP partners across Africa and the Middle East will now be able to provide Sage ERP X3 customers with the latest in warehouse management systems using the Datalinx Warehouse Manager X3 application.

The Datalinx Warehouse Manager X3 application is designed to deliver key warehousing functionalities without compromising Sage ERP X3 system at the core of the business. It sports extended features including work flow management, GS1 and wireless connectivity.

The high degree of specialisation of Datalinx software for Sage ERP X3 makes it ideally suited to the two regions, as it enables multi-company, multi-country, multi-currency and multi-legal operations. This distribution represents a vital step to enhancing the warehouse capabilities of Africa and the Middle East as their economies continue to grow.

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