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Sigma expands partnership with Sonata

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BANGALORE, INDIA: Sigma has expanded its Cooperation Agreement with Sonata Software.

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The new agreement with Sonata will enable Sigma to provide top-of-the-line business solutions based on Microsoft Dynamics AX. Sigma will now be able to offer expanded global delivery capacity and finished conversion solutions within the business systems domain. Companies can now migrate from competing business systems solutions to Microsoft Dynamics AX seamlessly.

Jonas Steffensson, head,  Dynamics Operations, Sigma, said: “Our customers, who are primarily manufacturing companies, are increasingly demanding that we be effective in deliveries in the global market. Through our partnership with Sonata, we are now taking a step further, to offer not only optimum solutions but those that are tested, and entirely value-based.”

Dinesh Ramachandran, head, Strategic Alliances, Sonata Software, said: “The alliance with Sigma will add to our existing delivery and sales capabilities in Europe. In line with Sonata’s strategy of leveraging local presence to open up new geographies, the Sigma partnership will strengthen our base in Sweden and neighbouring countries. Sonata already has a strong presence in the United Kingdom and in Germany.”

Srihari K, head – Europe Operations, Sonata Software, added: “Our established solution frameworks for the manufacturing industry and our  experience in migrating competing business systems solutions to Microsoft Dynamics AX provides us with deep competence. Because of our global alliance with Microsoft, we are able to offer value-based services on the entire Microsoft technology stack, including Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Microsoft’s Business Intelligence tools.”

Sigma currently delivers operational expertise and specialist consultancy for several business systems, primarily Microsoft Dynamics AX, Lawson M3 and SAP. The company now has slightly more than 220 operations consultants, of which more than 150 focus on Microsoft Dynamics AX, locally and through international delivery.