Preactor awarded Gold Partner certification by Sage in North America

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Preactor, the production planning and scheduling software solutions provider, has been awarded Gold Certified Partner status by Sage in North America. This recognition complements Preactor's existing Global ISV status for Sage ERP X3 which it has held since January 2011 and has supported businesses worldwide in successfully integrating Sage ERP systems with Preactor's scheduling software.
In addition, Preactor will participate in the partner and customer days of the Sage Summit from 12th to 17th August in Nashville, Tennessee where they will showcase their scheduling solutions.

Andy Willis, COO of Preactor North America, said: "We are delighted to have been named Gold ISV by Sage and feel that this is a reflection of our strong relationship and recognition of the value that Preactor adds to Sage's products. The award of Gold Certified Partner status will give Preactor's customers and Sage partners additional confidence that the Preactor solution is recognized as a high-quality offering by Sage.
"I'm looking forward to returning to the Sage Summit this year to connect with customers and partners alike."
Vasu Desikachary, Sr. Director of Strategic Alliances for Sage in North America commented: "Preactor continues to deliver good value to Sage customers by extending and enhancing the functionality of Sage ERP X3, and we're very pleased to welcome them as our Gold Partner."
Preactor was established more than 20 years ago and is still led by its founders including President and CEO Mike Novels, one of the leading experts in planning and scheduling technology in the manufacturing sector.
"Sage is one of our longest-standing partners and we work with them and their distributors to provide state-of-the-art planning and scheduling technology which adds value to the products Sage sells," he said.
"This event marks the start of the next level in our relationship which we intend to expand and strengthen over the next few years."

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