AccTech captures top Microsoft Award

AccTech Systems, recently captured the top ‘Microsoft Dynamic ERP Partner of the year for 2013’ award.

October 14, 2013

Business management solutions provider and Microsoft Dynamics Gold Partner, AccTech Systems, recently captured the top ‘Microsoft Dynamic ERP Partner of the year for 2013’ award. This solidifies its position as one of South Africa’s leading ERP providers.

AccTech CEO Tertius Zitzke was overwhelmed by this accolade. “AccTech has invested significantly in establishing itself as a key Microsoft Dynamics AX partner and this award pays testament to the dedication shown by our sales and consulting teams over the past twelve months.”

Microsoft Dynamics AX delivers a rich industry foundation on which partners like AccTech can build packaged applications for niche verticals, such as high-tech manufacturing, architecture, engineering and specialty retail.

Zitzke says these industry capabilities can help customers improve their ability to cope with individual market dynamics by delivering breakthrough innovation in a single ERP solution. “Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 is a powerful enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution delivering value faster by supporting industry-specific and operational business processes across your global enterprise.”

Kethan Parbhoo, Dynamics Director for Microsoft South Africa says AccTech Systems is the perfect example of a Dynamics ERP partner that has fully embraced the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 solution. “AccTech has secured a number of new customers and their growth has helped Microsoft gain significant market share.”

“AccTech also ensured the implementations were delivered on time and boast several success stories. Its customers have implemented Dynamics AX 2012 end-to-end solutions, from finance to manufacturing to procurement – ensuring AX is a true line of business application,” he adds.

“With this highly adaptable and easy-to-scale solution, customers can quickly take advantage of new business opportunities, reduce risk, and differentiate their business to meet new requirements,” Zitzke concludes.