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Lawson partners with TDX Solutions in home market
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Apr '08
Lawson Software announced it has selected TDX Solutions an official Lawson Business Partner in Chile as an extension of the company's growing global channel strategy.

TDX Solutions will provide sales and support services for the Lawson M3 Enterprise Management System for companies in manufacturing, distribution and equipment service management.

"Chile is an emerging South American market for Lawson, and our partnership with TDX Solutions will play an important role as Lawson continues to look for ways to expand in the region," said Eric Olivos, channel director for Lawson in Latin America and South America.

"TDX Solutions will focus on Lawson's key vertical markets, including manufacturing and food production along with companies needing equipment service management solutions for heavy equipment.

Lawson chose to partner with TDX Solutions because of its proven experience in enterprise software and its understanding of the local Chilean market. This expertise will, in turn, offer Lawson customers the kind of expertise they need to help them achieve their business objectives."

Through this partnership, TDX Solutions will provide software sales, implementation, training, maintenance, support, and IT and business consulting for customers using or considering Lawson M3 enterprise software solutions in Chile.

"We are delighted to be able to offer the Lawson M3 solutions where there is solid market in the food and beverage industry, including commercial fishing, salmon, meat, agriculture and fruit production," said Raul Dupre, director of TDX Solutions. "The Lawson M3 system provides broad and flexible industry-specific functionality for the vertical industries that Lawson serves."

TDX Solutions is based in Chile. It was created by a team of Chile-based technology professionals with more than 5 years of experience with Lawson M3 implementations in Chile and Europe-based Triada Solutions, which has a presence in several countries including Spain, Switzerland, Italy and the United Kingdom.

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