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Sage X3 product tour and demo

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Sage X3 demo Discover the benefits of Sage X3 with an interactive product tour. This ERP system can be configured to suit your business processes and individual company roles. This Sage X3 tour gives...

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Sage Partner Summit 2020

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Sage Partner Summit Sage Partner Summit is an annual event bringing together Sage X3, Sage Intacct and Sage People partners from all over the world. Over 1000 attendees enjoyed three days of keynote...

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Change management during ERP implementation

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An ERP system can be an extremely successful business management tool, but an important part of that success is down to your staff, and specifically, them using it the way you envisioned it to work. When...

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20 years with Sage X3 / Sage Enterprise Management / Adonix X3

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20 years ago, our founder and managing director, Ian Bromley, first met the 'X3' product and embarked on a two-decade long journey of living and breathing everything that is X3. Read his story of how...

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Sage X3 – we don’t sell a commodity

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An ERP or business management solution needs to solve specific business issues and whilst many of these can be resolved by using out-of-the-box technology, no organisation is the same and therefore each...

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Complexity in ERP? We can help

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“There has been no other time in history when organisations have had so many enterprise software options.” Research from Panorama Consulting* shows that 46% of respondents selected their chosen ERP...

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Three key reasons to invest in an ERP system

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In our previous blog “Why our customers chose to upgrade Sage X3 or replace their legacy software” we described some of the reasons why struggles with incumbent ERP/Business Management systems or older...

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Why our customers chose Sage X3

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During the average ERP life-cycle of around 10 years, an organisation may face many challenges that can ultimately lead them to start looking at replacing their ERP/Business Management system. Alternatively,...

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Planning for Brexit

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Brexit: 5 points for a changing future and Sage X3 Whatever the outcome of Brexit, one thing is clear, change is a certainty. The political and economic impact on how business is done in the UK may necessitate...

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10 years of ERP trends and Sage X3

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It’s been an exciting 10 years for Inixion and Sage X3, since Inixion’s inception in 2006. Acquisition and growth have had a major impact on Inixion’s path over the past 10 years, including the acquisition...

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Inixion 10 year anniversary

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Inixion was launched in 2006 to provide dedicated specialist Sage X3 implementation and consultancy services to the then small community of Sage X3 customers and partners in the UK. Over the past 10 years...

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ERP Implementation Project: Scoping

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One of the most important documents in an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution implementation project is Scoping; when the business processes are examined and clearly identified as to how they will...