Pretoria-based 4most, the SAP Business One software solutions supplier and implementer, has opened an office in Port Elizabeth to establish a permanent presence in the Eastern Cape following signs of commercial and industrial growth in the province.
Eugene Olivier, business development director of 4most, said the new provincial office will be officially launched in September and is being run by Braddon McCleland, an experienced specialist in SAP Business One accounting software solutions.
"We have existing customers in the province and, having noted signs of commercial and industrial growth in the area, we have entered into an alliance agreement with Braddon McCleland to deliver our full range of SAP Business One solutions in the province."
Customised software development
4most implements, supports and maintains SAP Business One solutions, also providing customised software development and application modifications for SAP Business One accounting and ERP software systems.
Solutions include business management, business intelligence, customer relationship management (CRM) and others such as Enprise Job Costing, an add-on solution that helps companies prepare customer quotations and manage time, staff, and other resources on a job-by-job basis.
"Port Elizabeth is an industrial haven and a permanent presence there will underpin our ongoing expansion plans for our business in southern Africa," said Olivier.
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