Sage ERP and CRM Systems Named Champions by Info-Tech Research Group in Vendor Landscape Evaluations

Updated: May 16, 2012

Sage ERP and CRM Systems Named Champions by Info-Tech Research Group in Vendor Landscape Evaluations

Sage North America announced Sage ERP X3, Sage SalesLogix, and Sage CRM have been listed as Champions by Info-Tech Research Group in the firm’s Mid-Market ERP, Large Enterprise CRM and Small Enterprise CRM vendor evaluations respectively. Additionally, Sage ERP Accpac (soon to become Sage 300 ERP) achieved Mid-Market ERP Market Pillar status and the Sage ACT! contact and customer management system for small businesses received honorable mention in the Small Enterprise CRM report.

Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscape reports recognize outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace.  Assessing vendors by the strength of their offering and their strategy for the enterprise, Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscapes pay tribute to the contribution of exceptional vendors in a particular category.

“Sage ERP X3’s strong adaptability and Web-native architecture allows for collaboration with partners, suppliers and customers to facilitate multi-site, multi-country deployments with detailed configuration requirements,” said George Goodall, Senior Research Analyst, Info-Tech Research Group. “Sage ERP 300 is brilliant in its simplicity, fully integrated out of the box with Sage CRM and provides out of the box personalization based on user roles.”

“Sage CRM had the highest vendor score in the small enterprise market primarily driven by its reach and channel strength, and is exemplary for ERP and social media integration,” added Tim Hickernell, Associate Lead Analyst, Info-Tech Research Group. “Sage SalesLogix is exemplary for affordability, architecture and channel; its large enterprise focus coupled with robust sales and marketing features allow it to rise above competitors in its space.”

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