TGI Announces Over 100% Growth in Small Business Sales in 2009 for its Enterprise 21 ERP Software
Toledo, OH – February 2, 2010 – Technology Group International (TGI), an ERP software solution provider to small and mid-market manufacturing and distribution companies, announced today that the company’s small business division experienced a 104% growth in new software sales in fiscal year 2009, which ended December 31, 2009.
“We are thrilled to have added more small business customers in 2009 than ever before,” said Scott Smith, TGI’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are also excited about the fact that the average size of each of our small business clients has increased from last year, as evident in our small business division’s significant growth in earnings for 2009.”
TGI began marketing its Enterprise 21 ERP software to small businesses in 2007. TGI’s Alex Smith, who heads TGI’s small business sales division, stated, “Enterprise 21 has been an enormously successful manufacturing and distribution software application for mid-market companies. When we started to market Enterprise 21 to small businesses in 2007, we had one goal in mind – to allow growing small businesses to take advantage of Enterprise 21’s superior scope of software functionality while simultaneously delivering a scalable, fully-integrated small business ERP solution to allow businesses to grow without having to purchase additional software modules, features, or functions later on.”
TGI is unique in the ERP industry in that it does not sell a downgraded or functionally-limited version of Enterprise 21, so small businesses can obtain the ERP software functionality required to compete with larger corporations on a global scale. In addition to one year of free maintenance, TGI also offers interest-free monthly payment plans for small businesses that purchase Enterprise 21.