Case Studies

Multi-brand consolidation made easy with Sage 300 ERP

Each brand/outlet was using a different Point of Sale solution locally to manage their individual operations. Lack of standardization constrained the quantity and quality of management accounting information. It was difficult to perform indepth analysis or generate customized and standardized ‘reports’

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Streamlining financial consolidation with Sage 300 ERP

The client was using Opera (from Micros-Fidelio, a world leader in Hospitality Solutions) as their Property Management System (PMS) across its properties. However each hotel operated as an independent site. Each hotel had its own legacy accounting system and there was no automated data integration between Opera and the legacy accounting system. Common reporting and consolidation of operations was getting to be a ‘challenge’

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Decimating competition with Saleslogix

The company’s vision was to be the largest and most respected solution provider in its identified markets and grow its business exponentially in a super-charged but highly competitive ‘environment’

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Going global with Sage 300 ERP

The company’s requirement with respect to bill of material management was complex and critical. They also had intricate reporting requirements. Since report consolidation happened across multiple countries, multi-language support was also a ‘must’

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Enhance Customer Relation For Commodity Exchange With Exchange Logixk

The Exchange, as a part of day to day operations had to deal with brokers, associations, network providers, listing companies, members, aggregators, and news ‘agencies’

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Global financial consolidation made easy with Netsuite OneWorld

The company wanted to have better control in operations for both light manufacturing as well as distribution. Across its branches, the company’s teams were using legacy accounting systems and excel based systems to manage different processes. Reporting and consolidation across branches & locations used to be a challenge and often had several manual ‘interventions’

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