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Posted on December 5, In the news was filled with the predictions of the cataclysmic disaster that was going to change the world; created decades before by computer programmers keen to ensure that memory and storage space was optimised by only storing dates in DDMMYY format and omitting the 2 digits of the century. Those of you in the industry then will remember it was a crazy time — massive projects were initiated to update systems, test year-end roll-overs and plan for dealing with massive system issues as the new year arrived on the 1st January No major systems crashed, no planes dropped from the sky, no hospitals stopped working, and life continued with nothing more than a nonchalant nod to the impending disaster that never arrived…..
Ideas from previous systems were taken, and a new development environment was created to enable a best-in-class solution to be built; which supported latest technologies, delivered object-based functionality and most importantly created an ERP system with leading edge technology and a rich user experience.
That business decided that with the turn of the millennium, text-based ERP systems were at the end of their life and they needed a new solution to sell. Ian led a team who were given the task to source a new solution.
The first and last product that was reviewed was X3. The logical building block approach that had been taken by the Adonix product developers was the game changer. New functions could be created with zero lines of code, significant processes could be changed with a few lines of code that interacted with the standard system, tables and screens through the application were fully user definable.
Adonix X3 was quickly selected as the new system. Ian proceeded to build the first partner based X3 team in the UK and started rolling out the solution to UK based customers. At this point in time the product was labelled as version 1. The X3 team at that first UK partner grew over the next 6 years, rolling out numerous X3 solutions to customers in a wide range of industries.
In late , Sage acquired Adonix, and X3 became known as Sage Adonix X3 the first of many name changes for the product over the coming years! The UK base of customers was growing, and Ian wanted to capitalise on the impending growth of the product that was inevitable under the leadership of Sage.
We were a start-up business and could not afford to bankroll bringing in people and training them up — so we had to seek out people that were already experienced in the product — which is something that we still do to this day.
Since the Sage X3 product has moved through several versions, 3 new user interfaces, has become a truly global solution, and has grown to be used in over 6, businesses around the world. Sage have invested a huge amount of money in the ongoing development of Sage X3 over the past decade, and the product continues to flourish with ever growing functionality and leading-edge technology.
In October , after a lot of feedback from partners and the community, Sage reverted the name back to Sage X3. The Sage X3 customers, partners and Sage themselves owe a lot to that development team who had the vision to go back to basics and develop a new solution- in fact a new environment- that would change the game in the ERP marketplace.
Ian and Inixion are excited about what the next 20 years will bring for the Sage X3 product; looking forward to working with many more customers around the world, as well as with Sage, to share knowledge and experience to enable the solution to continue to deliver world class functionality. Today Sage has released their Half Year results and Inixion is pleased to note that, whilst there is certainly caution for the remainder of the year; due to the Covid pandemic and the impact on businesses, As we all continue to experience a significant impact on our lives, families and businesses with the ongoing situation of the Covid virus, we provide this update on the status here at Inixion, to Discover the benefits of Sage X3 with an interactive tour.
This ERP system can be configured to suit your business processes and individual company roles. This Sage X3 tour gives an overview, through Read his story of how he first discovered the product, established the first X3 implementation team in the UK and went on to work on over X3 projects. He ultimately established one of the leading Sage X3 partners that now operates globally from their base in the UK.
The Millennium Bug Those of you in the industry then will remember it was a crazy time — massive projects were initiated to update systems, test year-end roll-overs and plan for dealing with massive system issues as the new year arrived on the 1st January Adonix X3 was born! The Sage relationship In late , Sage acquired Adonix, and X3 became known as Sage Adonix X3 the first of many name changes for the product over the coming years! Return to Blog. Sage Half Year results Posted on May 13, Today Sage has released their Half Year results and Inixion is pleased to note that, whilst there is certainly caution for the remainder of the year; due to the Covid pandemic and the impact on businesses, Latest News.
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The original platform for the company was SORD, a Japanese computer company which built microcomputers at the time. SORD was acquired by Toshiba. CIMPRO was once a leading product but technology had gotten the better of it and there were only about 80 companies remaining on the product at the time of the acquisition. Adonix was truly a leader in the French market with minimal success in other geographies but that was about to change with the acquisition of Adonix by Sage Group. Integrations also exist to many popular third party products including Salesforce. Contact us to learn more about our passion for solving problems and how it drives us to deliver innovative solutions for everyone we work with!
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After extensive research, and having looked at all of the leading ERP software offerings of the day, they stumbled across a company called Adonix. Adonix were a little known in the UK French software author based in Paris, who had developed a solution called X3. Adonix had a small UK operation at the time with a very limited number of X3 sites. However, we felt X3 was a product of interest.