NokusaEI appointed as distributor for EASY SOFTWARE document capture and archiving products

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NokusaEI today announced it has secured distribution rights in the southern African region from EASY SOFTWARE UK for the EASY suite of capture and archiving products and solutions for SAP. 

EASY SOFTWARE is the world's second largest provider of SAP archiving solutions, and has developed strategic relationships to deliver SAP data archiving and SAP document capture packaged services to SAP customers throughout the world.

Howard Frear, SAP Alliance Manager at EASY SOFTWARE UK says: "We are excited to have NokusaEI as our key distributor in southern Africa. Their track record and knowledge of the SAP market, and domain expertise in SAP enterprise content management solutions will certainly give us a solid platform from which to launch our products and solutions in the region. The South African market is an important market for us to enter and partnering with NokusaEI allows us to increase the global footprint of EASY". 

"We see EASY as a perfect fit with our current solution set for SAP Direct packaged service solutions," says Rob Cells, Director of NokusaEI. "EASY SOFTWAREs alliance with SAP will allow our existing customers to drive further value from their SAP investments. Their alliances with the other technology vendors will enable us to work with and support a larger community going forward.

From a technology perspective the EASY products are unique for a number of reasons. Based on state-of-the-art technologies, EASY SOFTWARE provides document management solutions for all standard operating systems, workstation environments and file formats from smart capturing of data via scanners and data import from standard applications such as SAP and Microsoft Office through to managing live documents and finally, revision-proof storage on state-of-the-art storage media.

In partnership with SAP and EASY SOFTWARE  NokusaEI is able to offer cost effective SAP Direct document capture packaged solutions to SAP users, based on tight fixed price, fixed scope and fixed delivery timelines.

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