Sage ERP X3 is an on-premise ERP solution that leverages a flexible and open architecture and can support 10 to thousands of concurrent users within an organization. The platform is compatible with both Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle databases. Sage ERP X3 may be configured to run in a hosted environment. However, Sage does not provide a hosting platform for Sage ERP X3 at this time.
Sage ERP X3 is ideal for organizations with 50 to 500 employees, subsidiaries of global businesses and companies with an emphasis in distribution, manufacturing and services.
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Sage ERP X3 is the most powerful and flexible business management solution offered by Sage. This ERP software empowers mid-sized companies within the manufacturing and distribution industries with the ability to grow a competitive business with limited IT resources.
The Sage ERP X3 design supports industry‐specific processes and provides end‐to‐end visibility across finance, sales, customer service, purchasing, inventory and manufacturing operations. Sage ERP X3 delivers the advantages of large-scale ERP tools without the soaring costs and long implementation ─ allowing companies to spend less time managing their ERP software and more time focusing on their business.
About the Company
Sage North America provide small and medium-sized organizations with a range of easy-to-use, secure and efficient business management software and services, from accounting and payroll to ERP, CRM and payments. Sage customers receive continuous advice and support through their global network of local experts to help customer solve their business problems, giving them the confidence to achieve their business ambitions. Formed in 1981, Sage was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1989 and entered the FTSE 100 in 1999. Sage has over 6 million customers and more than 12,700 employees in 24 countries covering the UK & Ireland, mainland Europe, North America, South Africa, Australia, Asia and Brazil.
Handles multi-legislation, multi-language, multi-audit and multiple manufacturing modes, including ATO, MTO, CTO, MTS, process, discrete or mixed-mode manufacturing.
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Sage ERP X3 is an ideal solution for businesses with a global presence, thanks to its multilingual, multicurrency, and multi-legislative features.
Built with many of the features needed by process manufacturers, Sage ERP X3 also providers functions in warehouse management that are needed by businesses involved in the distribution industry.
If you are a midsized company, Sage ERP X3 is especially designed for your needs, giving you a powerful yet affordable solution that is quick to implement.
The human resources module in Sage ERP X3 is relatively weak and lacking in several areas of functionality.
Sage ERP X3 is an integrated management system built with the functionality to help your business enhance performance and reduce costs. With comprehensive features, customizable tools, and an intuitive interface, Sage ERP X3 can answer the needs of your midsized company, helping you to meet business challenges and improve your bottom line.
White Papers and Demos
Focus Experts’ Briefing: ERP in the Age of Mobility White Paper provided by Sage Managing massive volumes of information requires time and resources—two luxuries that most lean-and-mean businesses simply don’t have enough of today. A cost-efficient solution to this challenge is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system that allows you to integrate all your management processes into a single, coherent information system.
A Guide to Hybrid ERP Solutions White Paper provided by Sage When evaluating ERP systems for purchase, one important criterion lies in whether customers are looking for an on-premise ERP solution, a cloud-based ERP system, or a hybrid combination of the two.
Solving Real Business Issues During the ERP Selection Process White Paper provided by Sage The search for the right Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) provider can be stressful, particularly when both the buyer and the vendor get stuck in the features or technical requirements and forget about the bigger picture—what the main business issues are that you actually trying to solve and whether this new investment will actually help you resolve these specific challenges.