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Worldwide Supply Selects SAP Business One from Third Wave Business Systems and SAP to Maximize Operational Flexibility and Sales Management


NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. - March 27, 2006 - SAP America, Inc., a subsidiary of SAP AG (NYSE: SAP), today announced that Worldwide Supply, a rapidly growing buyer and reseller of used networking and telecommunications hardware equipment, has implemented SAP® Business One as its business management solution. Designed as an integrated software solution for small and midsize enterprises, SAP Business One was selected over JD Edwards and NetSuite for its robust sales capabilities, allowing Worldwide Supply to consolidate sales contacts and improve revenue reporting while providing the operational flexibility required by a growing business. The solution was delivered and implemented by SAP Business One partner Third Wave Business Systems of Elmwood Park, NJ.

Based in Wantage, NJ, Worldwide Supply buys and sells used data, optical and telecommunications networking equipment to customers around the globe.

“Our work requires the swift turnaround and fulfillment of complex customer orders in order to maintain a competitive advantage,” said Jay VanOrden, owner, Worldwide Supply. “SAP Business One offers a full set of management tools in a single solution, allowing us to manage all aspects of sales and inventory, our core business processes.”

“Growing businesses such as Worldwide Supply require consolidated software solutions that maintain control over all processes while providing a clear-eyed, up-to-the-minute view of the entire business,” said Korey Lind, president, Third Wave Business Systems. “By selecting SAP Business One, Worldwide Supply is obtaining a solution adapted for their business which remains affordable and can be easily implemented for immediate business gains.”

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