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Net@Work Announces ConnectPoint™ Integration Solutions at Sage Summit 2014

Net@Work, a leading provider of integrated business technology solutions and a top Sage North America business partner, today announced that it will showcase its ConnectPoint™ line of integration solutions for Sage at Sage Summit 2014, which is being held July 28-31, 2014 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada. ConnectPoint enables companies to fully leverage their current technology investments in Sage ERP, Sage HRMS, Microsoft SharePoint and Magento eCommerce by facilitating seamless integration between and among these systems, improving efficiencies and eliminating redundancies through enterprise-wide automation. The ConnectPoint integration suite delivers three comprehensive solutions:

  • ConnectPoint™ Document Management: integrates Sage ERP with Microsoft SharePoint to deliver a comprehensive enterprise document and content management solution.
  • ConnectPoint™ eCommerce: integrates Magento with Sage ERP to deliver a complete eCommerce solution.
  • ConnectPoint™ Employer Solutions: integrates SharePoint with Sage HRMS to deliver a complete employer management solution.

The ConnectPoint custom service gives organizations the ability to define the connection -- to connect what they want, whether it’s on-premises or in the cloud -- and Net@Work implements the integration.

"The ConnectPoint Integration Suite is an extension of the development work our team has done on behalf of our partners and customers, and will better serve both by making the solutions they care about work together. We look forward to this year's Sage Summit and having the opportunity to show how connecting applications, processes and people enables companies to fully harness the power of their Sage solutions within a fully integrated environment," said Nancy Teixeira, Net@Work's Director of Product Management.

Net@Work is also excited to introduce a new ConnectPoint reseller program at Sage Summit. Partners are invited to learn more about this program, and how they can add the suite of ConnectPoint integration solutions to their existing Sage portfolio.

The Net@Work Partner Alliance Program, introduced at Sage Summit 2013, is also available to both VARs and professional services firms looking to augment their in-house specialties by accessing Net@Work resources in the areas of Sage ERP, CRM, HRMS, as well as extended IT services, including Microsoft SharePoint, Magento eCommerce, web development, infrastructure support and managed services. Tom Miller, Net@Work’s Channel Advocate, and the leader of the Partner Alliance Program, will be on hand to meet with any partners interested in learning more about the program.

Net@Work, a Sage Summit 2014 Silver Sponsor, will be exhibiting at booth # 408. Sage Summit 2014, being held in Las Vegas, is an annual conference for Sage customers and partners, and is widely considered to be one of the most valuable events for the nation's small or medium-sized businesses.

About Net@Work

Founded in 1996 as a network support company, Net@Work has evolved into a provider of a full range of IT services and solutions, including ERP (Sage ERP X3, Sage 500, Sage 300, Sage 100), CRM (Sage CRM, SalesLogix, Act!), HRMS (Sage HRMS), document and content management systems, custom web development / eCommerce and systems integration. Headquartered in NYC with offices across North America, their professional services staff of 160 plus supports over 6,000 clients. The company has received numerous awards for its high level of client satisfaction. Partnerships with proven technology leaders, including Sage Software, Abila, Microsoft, Magento, Dell, HP, Citrix and VMware, allow Net@Work to deliver a range of unbiased, integrated solutions that bring its clients every competitive advantage possible.

For more information on Net@Work please call 1-800-719-3307 or visit www.netatwork.com.

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