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Datel Acquires Sage 200 Customer Base from Pythagoras Communications
Datel, Sage Business Partner of the Year, has acquired the Sage 200 customer base from Pythagoras Communications Ltd.
Sage 200 is an accounting and ERP system designed to give small and medium sized businesses a fully integrated business management system.
Thanks to this, Pythagoras Sage customers have now joined a network of over 900 customers already supported by the leading supplier of Sage ERP and CRM solutions.
Officials with Datel said that the Sage professionals employed by Pythagoras will continue to be based in Central London and Maidenhead, joining the company’s team to ensure the continuity of expert service for customers.
“We look forward to welcoming these Sage 200 customers to our customer base and working with them to build further efficiency and growth within their businesses,” said Alan Simpson, executive chairman at Datel, in a statement.
Simpson said that the staff that has joined the Sage 200 teams at Datel are adding to the existing wealth of knowledge and will be on hand to ensure that the transition for customers will be as smooth as possible.
Datel is a Sage Business Partner in the UK, providing Sage consultancy, implementation and support for Sage 200, Sage Line 500, Sage ERP 1000, Sage ERP X3, Sage CRM and SalesLogix.
Datel also offers its own FUSION range, a suite of products that enhances and extends core Sage functionality.
Headquartered in Warrington, Datel also has offices in Leeds and the Netherlands, employing a loyal team of over 150 skilled people who look after its growing base of more than 900 customers worldwide.
Earlier in February, Sage Business Partner Datel announced that it has helped Gamesman Limited to replace ageing technology with a solution based on Sage 200, so that the global manufacturing business can benefit from greater support in its financial, commercial and manufacturing operations.
Gamesman Limited has catered to the needs and requirements of the international gaming industry for well over forty years. Faced with the withdrawal of support on its previous software, the company sought a solution that would deliver robust performance and compatibility with the latest Microsoft (News - Alert) Windows software.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker