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Karlsruhe, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, 2008/02/15 - ABAS Software is reaching all four corners of the globe. Now, the software provider from Karlsruhe has arrived in Thailand and established a new partnership with "Wisdom Information Systems".
Wisdom is located in Bangkok, Thailand’s capital city with a population of 7 million and the business hub of Southeast Asia.
CEO Devesh Bharati and his team are already carrying out all the necessary steps to localize the abas Business Software. At abas, this implies not only adjusting the respective language settings, but also adapting specific business features, such as tariff and tax regulations. Through this process, ABAS and its partners are always geared to meet the requirements of the mid-size market. Since 1996, Wisdom Information Systems has been a partner for information technology in Thailand serving various industry sectors, including energy, telecommunication, textiles, wholesale and distribution, and logistics.
About ABAS Software
ABAS Software (abas.de) is a leading provider of flexible enterprise resource planning (ERP) and eBusiness software for the SMB market. Founded in 1980, ABAS serves over 2,000 customers worldwide, providing solutions in 28 languages. The software is developed in-house at the company’s headquarters in Karlsruhe, Germany, then distributed to the customer through a partner network. ABAS collaborates with 50 partners in 63 locations and holds a minority interest in 20 of these partner companies.
About abas Business Software
ABAS Software is focused in the development of its trademark abas Business Software (ERP, PPC, MRP, eBusiness), an ERP solution designed for small and mid-size companies. abas Business Software includes abas ERP for production, abas Trade for distribution and service companies, and the eBusiness solution abas eB.
The abas Business Software is platform independent. It can run on Linux, Unix and Windows. ABAS has supported the open source operating system Linux on the server-side since 1995. Approximately 80% of all abas installations to-date are based on Linux.