SWK Technologies offers library of Sage MAS 90, Sage MAS 200 extended solutions
SWK Technologies, Inc., a Sage gold-certified developer and business partner for more than 20 years, recently completed programming on 71 Extended Solutions for Sage MAS 90/200, v. 4.4 - designed to provide unique functionality to all industries, including manufacturing, pharmaceutical, retail, and food and beverage.
Sage discontinued developing and enhancing these solutions last year; as a result, SWK developed its own set of Extended Solutions for customers and channel partners. A full catalog of all Extended Solutions is available at SWKTech.com.
For more information on SWK's Extended Solutions, please contact Alex Nastashkin at (973) 758-6126 or email@example.com.
About SWK Technologies, Inc.:
SWK Technologies, Inc. is an IT consulting company providing strategies and solutions to meet its clients' information and business management needs. As a Sage Software Authorized Business Partner, Sage Gold Development Partner and Authorized Training Center, SWK offers best-of-breed solutions for accounting and business management, financial reporting, CRM, job costing systems and warehouse management. Specializing in collaborative commerce - the communication and cooperation between suppliers and customers - SWK developed MAPADOC EDI, a solution that integrates seamlessly with the business management solutions it sells and supports. SWK also provides managed network services and has offices in Livingston, NJ; New York in Long Island, Syracuse and Buffalo; Greenwich, Conn; and Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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