Sage 300 and AccPac

Sage have been selling Sage 300 for nearly 20 years, originally developed in South Africa and sold as AccPac it has always been very strong on the Finance side, plus it has superb CRM functionality, in fact the Sage CRM product was originally the AccPac CRM module which later became Sage MME and is now Sage CRM for Sage 200, Sage ERP X3 and Sage 1000.

Sage 300 continues to sell very well; one of the really unusual aspects of the solution is that it has a massive selection of countries that it is localised for, so if you have an office in Dubai, Singapore, Peru and Latvia all you need to do is switch on the functionality for those countries and the Sage 300 solution is set up. 

Compared to other solutions which might cost £10k to £100k to set up in each country, Sage 300 or AccPac takes almost no time. So for small oil companies, exporters or distributors or shipping companies with lots of small offices, it offers an incredible solution at low cost. And of course it can cope with multi-currency and multi-company’s entities easily.

As well as the amazing localised aspect of Sage 300, it is also a full blown ERP and CRM solution; many UK based companies use it as their ERP solution because it is robust and scalable and a rock solid ERP solution.

Strangely Sage Plc don’t really promote Sage 300 or AccPac as they focus on Sage ERP X3 and Sage 200, so the marketing budget for it is a fraction of what is available for Sage 200 or Sage X3. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t a great piece of software, with an incredible user base throughout the world.

Advantages of buying Sage 300?

A massive installed user base all over the world

Global network of partners

Global support available

Good pool of Sage 300 and AccPac skilled consultants

Ambis and Sage 300

Ambis have over 10 years recruiting Sage 300 and AccPac staff covering Consultants and Support Analysts working for end users and consultancies. If you need Sage 300 staff, please get in touch and we can see what we can do to help you find the right staff. 

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