Satellite Industries, the world’s largest supplier of products to the portable sanitation industry, has selected Inixion to reimplement their global operations on to the latest version of Sage X3 and provide specialist Sage X3 services.
Satellite Industries is headquartered in Minneapolis, USA with their European HQ based in Brussels, Belgium, as well as offices in the UK, Germany, Texas, and Indiana.
Satellite Industries started in 1958 and continues today with the vision to improve sanitation worldwide. They manufacture and supply portable restrooms service modules/trucks, deodorizers, and restroom trailers for portable sanitation. Satellite currently operate in over 75 countries worldwide and are the number one supplier of portable sanitation equipment in the world.
Michelle Amelse, Business Solutions Manager, Satellite Industries, commented;
“Inixion’s experience in rolling out Sage X3 across companies with global operations and with US based companies was key for us to have the confidence that they would provide the right services to help us move to the latest version of Sage X3 and build on what the solution provides us.”
“Inixion also has a good working relationship with Sage North America and that was an equally important factor.”
Greg Hackney, Sales Director, Inixion added;
“We met Michelle and the Satellite Industries team during our frequent attendance of Sage Summit in the US and through our relationship with other US based customers and Sage North America. The whole of the Inixion team is delighted to welcome Satellite Industries as a customer and we’re looking forward to starting work on this next global Sage X3 rollout project and to assisting Satellite with their continued development of business processes with Sage X3.”
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