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AWCape appointed Sage Business Partner Middle East

AWCape has been appointed as Sage Business Partner for the Middle East region, focused on Sage 300 Accounting (previously known as Accpac), Sage 300 People HR & Payroll.

AWCape has been appointed as Sage Business Partner for the Middle East region, which includes countries such as United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ,Qatar ,Kuwait ,Oman ,Bahrain, Jordan and Pakistan.

Dr Khalil du Plessis (Director Professional Services at AWCape) during a recent visit to Kuwait with Mr. Shaher Al Soberie and colleagues.

AWCape will primarily sell and support Sage 300 Accounting (previously known as Accpac), Sage 300 People HR & Payroll together with value added services including integration between Sage 300 and most other vertical solutions, Cloud services consisting of Private Dedicated Server and Automated Backup Services and training for Sage products.

AWCape landed its first client in the ME region, i.e. Kuwait Chemical House Company who deployed Sage 300 Accounting to support its financial and commercial operations. In particular, the company required a Sage Business Partner who has in-depth knowledge and experience of the Sage 300 Inventory module's multiple units of measure and conversion factors to support the complex requirement for applications in the chemical industry.

Mr. Shaher Al Soberie, General Manager for Kuwait Chemical House Company commented:
"After looking at similar products on the market, Sage 300 was the one that would not only satisfy all my business requirements but enhance my business administration and provide me with complete auditable accounts.

AWCape were very approachable from our first meeting, understanding our needs and helping us to improve reports that best fit our company's requirement. A very professional service from a professional company. We would have no problem recommending AWCape to other businesses".

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