Sage ERP X3 is available in two different editions, namely Standard Edition and Premium edition. Standard Edition is not a "light" version of Sage ERP X3, it does not compromise on functionality, but comes with presettings, tied to common roles, process flows, KPIs and reports that help accelerate implementation in smaller businesses.
Sage ERP X3 Standard Edition
Sage ERP X3 Standard Edition: a preconfigured solution and implementation framework designed to maximize efficiency in businesses with fewer than 50 users and standard industry processes. The Standard Edition benefits from preset parameters as well as predefined user roles and process flows designed to help accelerate the deployment of the solution in smaller businesses (less than 50 users) with standard distribution and/or manufacturing processes, and domestic operations. The Standard Edition is most effective in single server environments. This configuration is available on the Windows operating system and supports multi-database environments (MS SQL Server and Oracle 11g). The marketing target is companies with fewer than 500 employees with an operational target of companies with 50 to 250 employees in the manufacturing, distribution and services sectors.
Sage ERP X3 Premium Edition
Sage ERP X3 Premium Edition: an open solution designed to be tailored to specific customer requirements, with an extensive choice of components for advanced business processes, extended connectivity and volume processing.
The Premium Edition benefits from extensive parameterization capabilities and an extended choice of options designed to tailor the solution for advanced, customer specific environments. This Edition is recommended for organizations with more than 50 users or large volumes of transactions. It also enables the management of operations across multiple countries within one single instance of Sage ERP X3. This configuration is available on multiple operating systems (Windows, UNIX, Linux) and supports multi-database environments (MS SQL Server and Oracle 11g).
The marketing target is companies with more than 500 employees with an operational target of companies with 200 to 1,000 employees in the manufacturing, distribution and services sectors.