Lorge has been contracted by
broad-based civil engineering company Protech Khuthele Holdings Limited
(PKH), to implement, service, support and maintain its Sage ERP X3 software.
As an engineering company specialising in fast track contracts
it is important for PKH to ensure current and future requirements are
met by the Sage ERP X3 solution. The initial implementation will include
financials, procurement, stock control, fixed assets and reporting.
Specific requirements relating to contract progress certificates will
also be managed within the Sage ERP X3 software.
“As a full-service
enterprise management software system for mid-to-large businesses, Sage
ERP X3 deals effectively with even the most elaborate business
processes,” says Keith Fenner, Vice-President - Sales for Sage Africa.
“It is cost-effective, quick to implement and simple to use, offering an
efficient solution for companies with multiple locations.”
van Blerk, head of Lorge’s Sage ERP X3 division which received a Best
Achiever award for Sage ERP X3 in 2010, said the solution offers PKH a
full suite of stock, procurement and accounting functions to fully
support critical processes that drive the business.
needs of PKH can only be met by an ERP accounting software package that
has strong functionality and features relating to stock, procurement
and analytical accounting backed by reliable software services,” said
van Blerk. “A fundamental need is to ensure management has immediate and
ongoing access to critical business information across all remote
of the major advantages of Sage ERP X3, according to Nellis Wolmarans,
financial director at Protech Khuthele Holdings Limited, is the
software’s ability to accurately and easily update the analytical ledger
to ensure reporting goes down to project level with easy drill-down to
the source transaction. The other advantage is the development toolkit
that gives PKH the ability to track critical information on project
costs and progress.
For an expanding business, creating a new company is easy and effective in Sage X3. Van Blerk said the system and software is also geared to accommodate group expansion into countries throughout Africa and world-wide.