Lorge, a long-established supplier and implementer of Accpac ERP, Accpac CRM and Sage ERP X3 business and technology solutions, has won three new support and service contracts from Gauteng companies using Accpac ERP financial accounting software systems.
The support contracts are with:
* Gold One International, an ASX and JSE-listed South African mid-tier gold producer. Major projects for the company include the Modder East gold mine on the East Rand, the greenfields Etendeka project in Namibia and the Tulo Concession in Mozambique;
* Micros South Africa, a provider of integrated information technology to the hospitality industry whose solutions include multi-property, fully integrated hotel systems encompassing property management systems, sales and catering systems, central reservation systems, customer information systems and revenue management systems; and
* ATIO, a specialist ICT service provider focuses on niche ICT markets with customers in over 27 countries worldwide. There are four divisions: Interactive, Telecoms, IT-services and Netcampus. The interactive division offers contact centres, self-service automation solutions, unified communications and converged networks.
The IT-services division provides managed IT services, system integration, remote support and professional services while the Telecoms division focuses on delivering wireless network optimisation and IP service assurance in the telecoms market.
Netcampus focuses exclusively on collaborative online learning solutions. The unique combination of offerings and niche approach enables ATIO to offer exceptional specialised ICT services to its growing African customer base.
In addition to support and services options, Lorge also has a dedicated training division that assists staff at companies using Accpac and Sage ERP X3 software to attain high levels of proficiency