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Oxygen brings SAP Business All-In-One to NZ

03 Nov 11

Getting SAP software up and running will be easier than ever for New Zealand business with the launch of a new solution through resellers Oxygen.

The solution, SAP Business All-in-One, provides a clearly defined implementation timeframe and pre-configures systems with end-to-end best practice business process scenarios.

Mike T Smith, Oxygen chief executive, says the company has been running a successful SAP Business All-in-One practice in Australia for several years, and has appointed a new business development manger to lead sales here.

"Launching it locally complements our existing SAP ERP and BusinessObjects implementation capabilities,” Smith says, "and gives growing mid-sized companies in the local market access to a complete portfolio of SAP solutions.

"In some instances organisations can be up and running with the software in as little as 12 weeks.”

Oxygen’s new appointment is Nicole Seselj, who was formerly business development manager for EMDA, where she was responsible for the Infor ERP product suite (her LinkedIn profile is yet to be updated at time of writing).

Go here for more on Oxygen.

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