Macola Develops Partnership to Strengthen Services

Macola, providers of ERP Progression accounting software for the manufacturing industry, has teamed up with SalesLogix to provide turn-key software solutions that cater to the popular back-end office arena.

The alliance will improve Macola and SalesLogix's customer service and streamline operations for the complete client base. Macola's 300 business partners also benefit by increased exposure to SalesLogix services.

In return, SalesLogix will share its technology with Macola, as well as train the resellers. Both companies will co-brand all marketing materials and public gatherings like trade shows.

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