Leading ERP reseller selected Sage to deliver growth and open new markets.
Percipient was revealed today as Sage’s newest business partner, offering the Sage ERP X3 solution in both the Standard and Premium Editions.
Cheshire based Percipient, which celebrated its tenth year of business in 2013, chooses Sage ERP X3 in order to support its customer base of companies looking to grow and expand geographically in the near future.
After investigating solutions from various vendors, Percipient decided to bet on Sage, attracted by the functionally rich solution designed to support ambitious, growing companies. The business partner was swayed by the compelling Sage customer story, strong partner support and a clear solution roadmap, in addition to the functionality across a range of industries and customer types.
Chris Stock, Managing Director of Percipient, commented: “Percipient is delighted to be offering the Sage ERP X3 solution to our customers. We see a demand for small to midsized companies who are outgrowing their existing solutions or looking to expand and with Sage ERP X3 within our offering we will be best placed to support their business development.”
Percipient, a tier 1 ERP award winning Oracle Partner, chose Sage ERP X3 to give the power of a fully featured ERP system to all businesses with a complex ERP requirement.
Percipient rapidly won their first Sage ERP X3 customer four months after signing up as a Sage business partner, broadening their customer base into the financial services market.
“We are delighted to welcome Percipient to the growing family of business partners who are combining their offerings with the power of Sage ERP X3, explained David Rawling, Senior Sales Manager, Sage ERP X3. “In our shared view, both Sage and Percipient believe that a world class ERP capability should not require a big financial and human resource investment. This is why we made Sage ERP X3 easy to use, cost effective and rapid to implement. It helps our customers be responsive while ensuring they are properly supported.”
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