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SoftAlliance and Resources Limited, a provider of technology solutions in Nigeria, has announced the formation of a new entity, Soft Alliance Enterprise Solutions Limited to help grow the bottom line and sustain its market share.

“With our expertise in enterprise solutions, we are well-positioned to provide businesses in Nigeria with the technology solutions they need to succeed in today’s fast-paced business environment,” Justin Bisong, brand communication manager, said.
According to him, the new entity builds on the successful track record of Soft Alliance and Resources Limited in providing innovative technology solutions to businesses in Nigeria.

Bisong said further that with a strong focus on enterprise solutions, Soft Alliance Enterprise Solutions will provide cutting-edge enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, which is a type of business management software to help businesses streamline their operations and achieve their strategic objectives.

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“Soft Alliance Enterprise Solutions Limited will offer a range of enterprise solutions, including enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), supply chain management (SCM), business intelligence (BI), and Human Capital Management (HCM),” Bisong disclosed.

According to him, the solutions will help businesses to optimize their processes, improve efficiency, and make better and more informed decisions.

Bisong said that Soft Alliance Enterprise Solutions will leverage its strategic partnerships with other technology providers to offer world-class solutions to its customers.
“SoftAlliance is committed to helping businesses sustain a drive for production processes and providing services. We have been providing various firms with top-notch IT services for more than sixteen (16) years.

“We have implemented more than 60 percent of the successful ERP installations in Nigeria thanks to our extensive experience and knowledge, having led the largest ERP system rollout in West Africa’s corporate and public sectors,” Bisong said.