Eralis Earns Praise at SAP Partner Principals Meeting

At the Australia-New Zealand SAP Partner Principal’s Meeting, which is held every quarter in Sydney, Eralis Software (formerly Enprise Software) was acknowledged for exceptional sales performance.

For sales of SAP’s small to mid-market product SAP Business One, Eralis gained first ranking in New Zealand, and second for Australia and New Zealand combined. Eralis’ head office is based in Mount Wellington, Auckland, with consulting offices in Wellington and Christchurch.

“SAP Business One is gathering considerable momentum in the New Zealand market,” said Alex Morcom, Small and Mid-market Manager, SAP New Zealand. “As a valued member of our channel, Eralis has been instrumental in driving the success of SAP Business One locally. They are helping to deliver significant business value and technical partnership to New Zealand’s small and medium-sized businesses.”

Eralis has invested significantly to build the sales, marketing, deployment, support and development teams required of an SAP Business One partner. The typical profile of an SAP Business One customer is an organization with 10 to 100 staff. Small to medium businesses represent the heartland of business in Australasia, so the opportunity is considerable.

When it was released about 18 months ago, Eralis and SAP Business One effectively put SAP within reach of the average business owner. As an example, software licenses and implementation for five users can be as little as $25,000.

Tim Cavill, SMB Director for SAP Australia and New Zealand, is enthusiastic about the growth of SAP Business One downunder. “SAP Business One has seen stellar growth since its Australian and New Zealand launch in early 2004. There are now more than 200 SAP Business One customers across both countries.”

Recently, Eralis developed a job costing module for SAP Business One. The module has been launched worldwide and sales are strong. The new module is helping to expand the market for SAP Business One, because it offers specific benefits for manufacturing and service companies.

Leanne Graham is confident about the future. “We know the SME space. Momentum is gathering as businesses begin to realize that SAP isn’t just for Fortune 500 companies.”

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