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Broadcaster chooses SAP software

Softworld Autumn 2005: Total Global Solutions picks SAP Business One, to be implemented by Sapphire Systems

Broadcasting services business Total Global Solutions has
chosen SAP Business One for its fully integrated all in one functionality, to be
implemented by Sapphire Systems.

‘Our top priority was to have a single system that offers
integrated functionality to run our entire business operation,’ said William
Capon, TGS’ MD.

‘This will allow us to offer a more responsive, competitive
service to our customers, reduce our processing cycle – and ensure that the need
integrate disparate systems will never become an issue.’

Speak to Sapphire Systems representatives on stand 406

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