K3 rebrands its Syspro ERP division as K3 Syspro

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K3 Business Technology Group (K3) has rebranded its dedicated Syspro enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions division as K3 Syspro. The new name for the Manchester-based operation strongly aligns its position within K3 as the UK's sole national distributor of the internationally acclaimed (Inside-ERP*) and award winning (Stevie Awards**) Syspro ERP product.

K3 Syspro has a dedicated team of 80 people at its Manchester office. More than 450 UK firms benefit from Syspro ERP-based business solutions from K3 Syspro and the number is growing, including latest orders received from Weir & Carmichael, Icon Scientific, Sinclair IS Pharma and Innovative Technologies.

"The adoption of the K3 Syspro name consolidates our position as the UK provider of the Syspro offering within the K3 portfolio of business systems solutions, which has rapidly grown as part of our business strategy," says Andy Latham, Managing Director.

"The new name differentiates the business and enables customers to more easily associate themselves with the relevant K3 division. It also provides a strong signal to the marketplace that K3 Syspro is the unique provider of Syspro-based business solutions in the UK."

A global network of carefully selected, expert companies sell and support the Syspro ERP product worldwide, of which K3 Syspro is a key member. The new name clearly identifies K3 Syspro within this global network with its presence, enabling the use of Syspro by 14,500 sites across the world.

K3's differentiated specialist divisions offer a range of business solutions covering the requirements of all types and sizes of companies. As well as fully integrated Syspro ERP solutions from K3 Syspro, they include Microsoft Dynamics AX, supplied and supported by K3 AX, and Sage, which is provided by K3 Panacea.

* Inside-ERP, "Hidden Gems: 5 ERP Vendors You Might Not Have Considered but Probably Should."

** "People's Choice Stevie Awards for Favourite Companies."

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