"Sage ERP X3 has proven itself as the ideal business management solution for mid-sized organisations looking to expand their global footprint and will be a huge coup for Green Resources, as it drives business expansion. Complete with its global capabilities, unrivalled usability and rapid implementation, the system will transform business insight for the company, deliver ROI and support Green Resources as it grows," comments Christophe Vanackere, Head of Sales and Marketing, for Sage Mid-Market Europe.
The Sage Group plc is a leading global provider of business management software to small and medium sized companies, creating greater freedom for them to succeed. Sage understands how and why each business is unique. We provide products and services that suit varying needs, are a pleasure to use and are secure and efficient. Formed in 1981, Sage was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1989 and entered the FTSE 100 in 1999. Sage has over 6 million customers and more than 13,500 employees in 24 countries covering the UK & Ireland, mainland Europe, North America, South Africa, Australia, Asia and Brazil. For further information please visit http://www.sage.com.
About Sage ERP X3Sage ERP X3 is Sage Group's global ERP solution for mid-sized companies and subsidiaries of large groups with international demands. For over 10 years Sage ERP X3 has been a proven and comprehensive ERP solution addressing mid-market companies' specific requirements and challenges in industries from manufacturing and services, to distribution and many more. 4,000 customers in 60 countries worldwide have chosen Sage ERP X3 because it is easy to use, rapid to deploy, and cost effective. For further information, please visit http://www.sageerpx3.co.uk. About Green Resources Green Resources is Africa's leading forestation company and a leader in East African wood manufacturing. The company has 25,000 ha of standing forest in Tanzania, Mozambique and Uganda, established through its own planting activities. It operates East Africa's largest sawmill in Tanzania and electricity pole and charcoal plants in Tanzania and Uganda and is also one of the first global companies to receive carbon revenue from its plantation forests. The company was established in 1995 and is a private Norwegian company with 80 shareholders. It employs more than 3,600 people and has invested USD 120 mn in its African operations since its inception. Green Resources aims to establish over 100,000 ha of plantation to serve both the growing regional and global demand for wood products. Its strategy is based on growing wood for both traditional uses (sawn timber, panel board, pulp, etc.) and for the growing bio-energy sector. SOURCE The Sage Group plc