MHR Analytics Signs Global Deal With Logosoft

MHR Analytics Signs Global Deal With Logosoft

Nottingham, 1 May 2018 - MHR Analytics, a provider of business analytics solutions, has signed a major global deal with Logosoft, the Turkish IT specialist, which is the leading cloud service provider in Turkey, providing digital solutions to 3,000 partners. The agreement will see MHR Analytics providing analytics services supporting the SAP Business One ERP system for small and medium-sized enterprises.

MHR Analytics will deliver bespoke reporting packs, which enable interactive charts and dashboards, allowing customers to drill down into the SAP ERP system data. The packs will allow businesses to make faster, more accurate decisions about critical operations, including finance, resourcing and sales.

Nick Felton, Senior Vice President, MHR Analytics says: “In an increasingly complex and competitive world, businesses recognise that analytics is essential to gain visibility into company resources and for empowering smarter decision-making. Our new partnership with Logosoft will enable MHR Analytics to expand its market share, providing powerful analytics services to optimise financial planning for small and medium-sized enterprises across Europe and beyond.”

Logosoft’s General Manager Nejat Saldanli comments: “This partnership allows us to offer premier analytics services on top of our existing world-class SAP resourcing software, which is the ultimate combination for ambitious businesses. We are thrilled to working with MHR Analytics to bring these services to market and will continue to enable customers to drive faster, more efficient decision making.”


Oletta Stewart

Content Writer

Oletta Stewart is a Content Writer for MHR Analytics.


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