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New version of Sage Enterprise launched

Sage Enterprise Solutions, a division of Sage Software, has launched its latest version of Sage Enterprise.

The Windows 2000/NT-based software solution includes business support for medium to large-scale businesses. It aims to create a management solution for manufacturing, distribution and service companies, that can cover every aspect of business – from the initial customer order to after-sales service, in the front and back office, on the shop floor and in the warehouse.

Andy Gass, general manager of Sage Enterprise Solutions, said: ‘Enterprise offers all of the advantages of a tried and tested solution with the performance and web capability that are essential for success in today’s competitive business environment.

Further details can be found at www.sage.com/ses

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