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Enprise plots world domination

Enprise plots world domination

Between its services and development divisions, Enprise is making a name for itself both here and on the international stage.

In May the company launched a Job Costing module it had developed for SAP Business One and is already reporting licence sales in the hundreds.

Leanne Graham, sales and marketing director, says Enprise sells the module direct here but overseas sales go through SAP’s international channel.

“We have a couple of channel managers around the world, going into various areas and working with SAP on vertical market campaigns,” she says.

Enprise has also developed a bank interface that is currently sold in Australasia and a retail point of sale module — Infinity POS.

Graham says the objective for further development is to look at Business One in the market and see how it can be expanded through modules and integration.

Earlier this year Enprise gained top ranking in New Zealand for sales of SAP’s Business One and rated second in Australasia.

Graham attributes this success to the focus on marketing and customer perception in the small to medium business space.

“Enprise has a history in that sector while a lot of other companies have been working at enterprise level and are trying to move down.”

She believes the growth potential for Business One in New Zealand is huge and says Enprise has only scratched the surface.

Alex Morcom, SAP small and mid-market manager, describes Enprise as a dynamic, energetic group of people that are an asset to SAP.

“They’re very driven and passionate with a great leadership team backed up by experience in the ERP SME space,” he says.


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