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Third Wave Business Systems Introduces Versago for SQL Server and SAP HANA


(Wayne, NJ) – Third Wave Business Systems, a leading developer and SAP Business One implementation partner, announced the release of Versago, a versatile, easy to use codeless development platform that creates self-service portals for all members of a company’s ecosystem. It provides an innovative and cost-effective development and deployment environment that lets users quickly build responsive, cross-platform business apps.

“Versago is a game changer. It empowers users to create what they need, opening the door to more informed decisions, improved customer satisfaction, better vendor relations, and much more,” said Korey Lind, Third Wave’s CEO. “Our clients have been extremely impressed with the results they’ve achieved. For example, a telecom company in New Zealand built a self-service portal for their customers to instantly view billing and usage information. Another company in the U.S. created a service portal for their field service reps to enter and update service calls from their mobile devices and view real-time inventory information. The possibilities are endless in what can be built next with Versago.”

Versago’s codeless development platform enables organizations to quickly roll out solutions, resulting in reduced risk and total cost of ownership. And with its responsive design, all of the content is automatically optimized for use on any device.

“We’re amazed at how easy Versago is to use and find that there are no limits on what we will be able to build next. We’re looking forward to creating robust portals that surpass our clients’ expectations. It is a very powerful platform and we’re excited to take advantage of it,” said Bert Grolleman, CCO at Variatec AG.

“Versago is one of the most powerful, flexible and cost-effective platforms we’ve used. We’ve been so impressed with what we’ve been able to build with it, yet we feel like we’ve barely scratched the surface,” said Mark Loveys, CEO at Enprise Group.

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