Published on: April 22, 2015
in: Press Releases
Mindover Software is selected as the preferred Sage 300 ERP partner by Texas mental health services center
Austin, TX – April 22, 2015– Mindover Software, a technology consulting firm specializing in the sale, installation and support of Sage 100 ERP (formerly MAS 90) and Sage 300 ERP (formerly Accpac), was recently selected by the Camino Real Community MHMR Center to implement and support Sage 300 ERP.
The Camino Real Community MHMR Center selected Mindover Software because they needed an ERP software partner who not only understood nonprofit financial reporting requirements, but who also would take the necessary time to pay attention to detail and offer personalized service. After switching their old patient software to a completely new system with no ERP capabilities, Camino Real began searching for an ERP software vendor who understood their specific accounting needs as a nonprofit organization. Whereas other ERP software vendors consulted with Camino Real over the phone or through email communication, Mindover Software personally visited the organization to discuss their software options, showcasing their dedication to their clients and their deep understanding of Sage 300 ERP, particularly as it relates to nonprofit organizations.
Impressed with Mindover Software’s attention to detail and personalized service, Camino Real selected Mindover Software to implement their new ERP solution. In addition to implementing Sage 300 ERP, Mindover Software integrated Time and Attendance, Payroll, HRMS, and Fixed Assets to provide Camino Real with a comprehensive nonprofit management system.
Lloyd Smith, President and Director of Operations for Mindover Software, adds, “We are excited to partner with the Camino Real Community MHMR Center,” states Lloyd Smith, President and Director or Operations for Mindover Software. “We knew right away that Sage 300 ERP would be the perfect fit for their organization’s needs, and we look forward to continue supporting them and their ERP system in the future.”