Sage Pastel Accounting takes Z-CARD® on a roadshow with its business partners
Jul 9th, 09:14
Sage Pastel Accounting, a leader in accounting software solutions, selected PocketMedia® Solutions’ credit card-sized Z-CARD® to generate awareness amongst its business partners around its products, training and branches across the country during its annual Business Partner Roadshow.
The Z-CARD®s are not only an innovative marketing tool, but also serve as the company’s business cards as well.
Sage Pastel Accounting’s software solutions equip business owners across South Africa to streamline their accounting and management processes.
“As a leading developer of accounting software packages, ERP software solutions and business management software solutions, we have been supporting the growth of start-up, small, medium and large enterprises alike since 1989,” says Sage Pastel Accounting’s Channel Manager, Jacqui Bekker.
“Sage Pastel Accounting is the preferred choice of South African businesses. Our accounting, payroll, ERP and business solutions allow for simple and effortless daily financial management, so that our customers can go ‘beyond accounting’ and focus on their core business. With our philosophy and practice of continuous innovation, we guide our customers through a constantly changing technology landscape,” she adds.
Sage Pastel Accounting wants to give its business partners a nifty guide that they can pull out whenever they need more high-level information about the company’s products or need to contact a relevant department.
“The guide also includes top tips on how to best sell our products. It’s a useful sales tool that can literally be kept in their pockets. The roadshow commenced in mid May and we are sure the Z-CARD® will be a hit as it’s a great innovation,” says Bekker.
“The Z-CARD® also contains a QR Code, which when scanned takes the reader to Sage Pastel Accounting’s new mobi site. This is a classic example of how PocketMedia® Solutions bridges the gap between print and digital,” says John Davis, the Managing Director of PocketMedia® Solutions.
For more information about Sage Pastel Accounting, visit www.pastel.co.za or mobi.pastel.co.za.Click here for more information on PocketMedia Solutions
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