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Partnership Expands Leading ERP Vendors’ Network andProvides Customers with Enhanced Application Services

VAI (Vormittag Associates, Inc.), announced today that it has partnered with Sanders & Hill, a leading provider of programming and software application services, to provide supply chain and business management software solutions for distribution, manufacturing and retail customers in the Pacific Northwest region. VAI is a leader in enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for the mid-market.

Sanders & Hill was looking for an ERP partner that could integrate with IBM’s Power™ Systems platform and provide its customers with increased productivity, improved operational processes, and expanded efficiencies throughout their organizations. The combination of VAI’s feature-rich software solutions and Sanders & Hill’s extensive experience in wholesale distribution, manufacturing, warehousing and logistics ensures consistency of service across its customer base. The partnership offers customers the opportunity to expand their relationships with suppliers and better achieve business goals.

“Partnering with VAI was an obvious choice for us,” said Scott Sanders, founder and principal, Sanders & Hill. “Not only do its solutions help our customers expand their business and improve bottom-line results, but its responsiveness to service questions proves that VAI is a customer-centric organization. As our own business continues to grow, VAI is exactly the type of partner we need to ensure our customers have a competitive edge within their markets.”

“We’re always looking for strategic partnerships to expand our reach into new regions,” said Dan Bivona, sales director, VAI. “Sanders & Hill’s growing network of customers offered us a great opportunity to showcase our comprehensive suite of solutions to a new market and explore new sales channels. We’re excited to partner with Sanders & Hill and look forward to continued success in the future.”

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