Sabrix receives 2010 SAP Pinnacle Award
The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters announced that Sabrix has been awarded a 2010 SAP Pinnacle Award in the "Software Solution Newcomer of the Year" category. SAP Pinnacle Awards are granted to leading SAP partners that have excelled in enhancing the customer experience, addressing critical issues such as accelerating co-innovation, and improving return on investment.
Winners were selected based on more than 230 nominations in 27 categories received from partners and SAP employees. Sabrix received the award at a special awards ceremony on the eve of SAPPHIRE NOW, SAP's international customer conference held in Orlando.
"Businesses are increasingly relying on software solutions to help manage the growing complexity of the sales, use, and value-add tax process," said Eric Ruud, senior vice president and general manager of Indirect Tax & Accounting Business of Thomson Reuters. "We are honored to receive a prestigious 2010 SAP Pinnacle Award and look forward to continuing to build, maintain, and support global transaction tax solutions closely integrated with SAP applications to serve customers of all sizes."
In the past two years, Sabrix has gained much momentum as a committed SAP software solution partner through its engagement in the SAP PartnerEdge program, participation in the SAP EcoHub solution marketplace, and involvement in driving campaigns with SAP.
"The SAP ecosystem, through our partners and communities, continuously drives growth and success for our joint customers," said S. Singh Mecker, senior vice president and head, Global Ecosystem and Partner Group, SAP. "Our partners play a vital role in SAP's innovation efforts and in helping customers meet their most essential business challenges. We applaud Sabrix on its commitment and dedication to the SAP partnership. They have excelled in co-innovating with SAP to deliver unparalleled value and mutual business success to our joint customers."
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