• July 22, 2016

ZAP Partners with Sage

ZAP, a provider of data intelligence solutions, will be partnering with Sage to provide Sage customers, partners, and software developers with data intelligence and visualization solutions.

This new partnership will provide Sage customers with enhanced data management capabilities, delivering built-in data models for reporting from multiple sources, including Sage applications, complimentary ISV solutions, and virtually any data source connected. Sage customers can take advantage of ZAP’s visualization tool for all of their data representation analytics needs. The ZAP solution will enable Sage partners and ISVs to create repeatable revenue opportunities within their own customer bases.

This product will be available globally with Sage 300 beginnning in August and will be rolled out for other Sage solutions over the next six to nine months.

"Being able to partner with Sage across their global network allows the entire Sage ecosystem to benefit from the solutions we deliver," said Garth Laird, president of ZAP, in a statement. "By building out solutions that analyze and integrate data across the various Sage business management solutions, ZAP is creating a lower-cost and highly scalable way in which partners and developers can support their customers' needs today and tomorrow."

"ZAP's inclusion in our global ISV program provides our customers, partners, and software developers a consistent platform that delivers valuable data insights. By building data merge gateways between many of our business management and accounting solutions, customers will be able to move data between Sage solutions as well as taking advantage of integration from other external data sources. This will help them to gain efficiencies in running their businesses," Michael De Jongh, vice president of the global ISV and developer program at Sage, said in a statement.

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