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Next Technology Aims High

LUSAKA, Jan 14 - NEXT Technology has attained higher levels of computer based financial management solutions in the world's evolution of Financial and Business Management Systems in over a decade.

This was done through the successful implementation and consistent support of SunSystems in many of Zambia's large corporate institutions.

In an interview in Lusaka yesterday, sales and marketing manager Moses Zimba said Next Technology had embraced the top-end of the Zambian market through the successful implementation and consistent support of Sun Systems in many of Zambia's large corporate institutions.

He named some corporate institutions such as the Bank of Zambia, Zambia sugar company, Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) and the National Pension Scheme Authority that were currently running their entire accounts and business departments of SunSystems.

He, however, said in the advent of a shrinking Zambia economy due to a poor manufacturing base, most of the country's businesses have had to concentrate of alternative means of income generation and how to maximise their respective operations.

"This has resulted in a concentrated need for Information Technology-based financial management, particularly in the mid-market sector," he said.

Because of this need, the typical Zambian company requires the most effective and efficient financial and business application to manage its business successfully.

Mr Zimba said through the company's alliance with some of the world's leading software giants such as Microsoft Inc, Microsoft Navision Attain was the company's latest addition to its reliable range of software products and currently was one of the worlds best applications.

by Business Reporter
Source: The Times of Zambia/All Africa Global Media

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