More NewsSapphire Chooses Version One as Global Document Management Partner

Sapphire Chooses Version One as Global Document Management Partner

Document management software author, Version One, has partnered with Sapphire Systems (Sapphire), a global provider of financial accounting, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and business management systems. Sapphire is re-selling Version One’s document management and imaging solutions, tightly integrated into Infor10 Financials Business (SunSystems) and SAP Business One.

David Singh, sales and marketing director, Sapphire Systems, said: “We selected Version One as our global partner for document management as we require a software provider that can effectively support our future growth plans. Version One has an excellent reputation in the document management space and its solutions are scalable, competitively priced and functionally-rich, making it the perfect choice.”

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