Times 3 Technologies (T3T) has acquired local ERP software solutions provider Antinomy, with immediate effect. The incorporation of Antinomy into T3T will enable the organisations to realise their combined growth objectives and ensure the best service levels are delivered to their customer base.
“The incorporation of Antinomy into T3T is a natural step for both organisations,” says T3T shareholder Ashley Ellington. “The team will not only grow T3T’s existing customer base, but bring with it over 250 years of combined experience in ERP software application implementation and consultation,” says Ellington. “T3T believes in creating a balanced environment where our consultants not only complement each other in terms of product skills, knowledge and experience, but also in the diverse and challenging business environment where our collective knowledge-base is managed and leveraged to the clients benefit. The addition of the Antinomy team will enable us to further strengthen our collective knowledge base for the benefit of our clients,” explains Ellington.
Antinomy’s Lee Mounter says the team is very pleased with the move. “It will provide our clients with all the benefits of a larger resource pool, with the same hands on service approach that they have become accustomed to expecting from us.” Mounter says existing clients will still be dealing with the same team and existing Antinomy service level agreements will be serviced by T3T according to the agreed terms and conditions, and rates quoted.
T3T is a Sage Premier Partner that specialises in the sales, implementation and support of Sage ERP products in Africa, including Sage Line 500, Sage 1000, Sage CRM, SalesLogix and Sage ERP X3. The company has fully staffed offices in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, with a team of over 35 highly skilled staff dedicated to servicing a client base of over 70 customers and 100 ERP installations throughout Southern Africa.