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Sharp becomes an exclusive reseller for PlusOne solutions

Auckland-based Sublime Group announced today that its suite of accounts payable solutions – PlusOne – has a powerful new channel to market under an exclusive reseller agreement with Sharp Corporation of New Zealand.

Sublime’s CEO Craig Pellett says the relationship with Sharp is bringing another boost to growth in the uptake of PlusOne by businesses around New Zealand.

“The shared focus that PlusOne and Sharp have on maximising workflow efficiency and market-leading software solutions is providing a great fit”, says Pellett.

Grant Verry, Sharp’s Divisional Manager for the Document Division agrees.

“The focus at Sharp is on successfully bringing first class technologies, services and solutions to business communities throughout the country. PlusOne is exactly the kind of product offering that is helping to underpin that success”.

Sublime’s Craig Pellett: “In common with other businesses incubated from within the Sublime Group, PlusOne targets a simple need, with simple features that deliver immediate benefits”.

“The PlusOne accounts payable system makes processing invoices simple and cost effective. PlusOne assures a process that improves productivity, reduces cycle times and gives companies a tool that integrates seamlessly with their everyday business needs. It’s that simple”.

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