Envisage Cloud, Enbu join for Sage partnership

Envisage Cloud, Enbu Consulting
Pictured: Fran Meggs, Enbu Consulting; Ray Ryan, Envisage Cloud; and Oisin Geraghty, Sage Ireland



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14 December 2016 | 0

Sage 200 business partner of the year Envisage Cloud and Enbu Consulting, a Sage CRM and integration specialist partner, have formed a strategic partnership in the Sage marketplace.

Enbu Consulting developed an integration platform or connector which seamlessly allows information flow between the Sage 200 financial and commercial modules and the customer facing modules.

“By re-engineering the Sage CRM application to become the sales, marketing and customer service modules within the Sage 200 platform, Sage has completely changed its game,” said Ray Ryan, director, Envisage Cloud. “Envisage Cloud and Enbu share a common vision of accelerating the implementation of the connected functionality through the current Sage 200 and Sage CRM client base both in Ireland and the UK.”

Fran Meggs, managing director, Enbu Consulting, said: “Having been commissioned by Sage to develop the integration platform which is now exclusively owned by Sage, the Enbu team are strategically placed to offer consulting and implementation services along with the Envisage Cloud Sage 200 technical team to current and prospective Sage customers. Together we are empowering companies to make the most of their Sage 200 investment by providing them with the skills and expertise required to successfully deploy this new platform.”

As a result of the partnership, a number of Enbu staff are now housed at Envisage Cloud’s Dublin office.

“While remaining separate companies, we both recognised immediately that collaboration would be the key to the success in implementing and supporting this new Sage 200 platform.” said Ryan. “To succeed these days a software company requires a diverse set of skills to assist a diverse range of customers who are now seeking a complete business system rather than the traditional accounting or CRM solution.”

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