Sapphire provides a range of solutions and services to a variety of industries. Please choose from the options below to find out more about specific industries in which we operate.
Faced with increasing government regulations, ever-changing customer demand and global competition, all against the backdrop of risk that operating in the chemicals sector brings, chemicals businesses need to not only manage these pressures accordingly, but also seek new ways to enhance operational performance and ultimate profitability.
As a dedicated provider of world-leading business solutions for the global energy sector, we can support any organisation, from a multi-national oil and gas organisation to a subsea equipment supplier.
Continuously accelerating product lifecycles, omni-channel retail models, seasonality and unpredictable markets are just some of the challenges faced by the fashion and apparel sector. It’s often an uphill struggle to ensure products are delivered to markets faster and at a competitive price, as well managing manage multiple vendors, factories and customers, but investing in the right technology can achieve much-needed efficiencies across the business.
Our financial management solutions are suitable for companies large and small, local and global, and across every type of financial services organisation, from insurance and brokering companies to merchant bankers, private equity firms and more.
Whether you’re an ingredients distributor, a food or beverage brand or a manufacturer, our software offers functionality specifically designed to manage the challenges faced in the food industry.
Whether you're an engineer-to-order or mixed-mode manufacturer, our ERP software can help you accelerate production and meet customer demand more quickly.
For businesses operating in the media and entertainment sector, complete visibility over multiple projects and overall business performance is vital if they’re to efficiently manage people, costs, resources and client expectations, often on a global scale. With this in mind, more business are looking to technology to provide the necessary levels of control to stay competitive while maximising profits.
Faced with a seemingly unending series of high-profile scandals, the not-for-profit sector is facing an uphill struggle to boost donor confidence while dealing with increased pressure to demonstrate financial and operational transparency. Charities are having to work harder and smarter, and have recognised that investing in the right technology can help to achieve this.
A combination of global price pressures, tightening healthcare budgets and long product development cycles makes it imperative for pharmaceutical businesses to maintain that all-important competitive edge. More and more pharma businesses are using software to successfully capitalise on opportunities, helping them focus on product development, while remaining agile enough to respond effectively to market dynamics.
With multiple revenue streams and potentially complex reporting structures, variability in pricing models and profit margins, and the potential for projects to easily spiral over budget and over time, for many professional services businesses the industry can be extremely challenging. In light of this, more businesses are investing in technology to take back control.
Retail businesses face a unique set of challenges – from managing inventory and supply chains to maximising sales and customer loyalty, all while keeping pace with market trends. With a view to achieving all of this and more, retailers are investing in advanced software solutions to guarantee that all-important competitive edge.
Businesses in the sport and leisure sector need to keep pace with customer demand while staying ahead of the competition. With customers, members and fans looking for increasingly personalised and relevant experiences, more and more sport and leisure businesses are investing in technology to meet customer requirements while maximising profits.
Technology businesses need to ensure they’re in the best position to capitalise on demand, pursue growth strategies and create new revenue streams. By investing wisely, more and more companies in the tech sector are making sure they stand out from the crowd, using technology to differentiate themselves from the competition and making a real difference to their bottom line.
With a constant pressure to innovate, improving services while saving costs and increasing profits, businesses operating in the transportation sector are expected to do more with less. With a view to pinpointing efficiency savings and increasing control over the business as a whole, more and more transportation businesses are turning to technology for help.
Faced with extremely varied seasonality, complicated consumer buying patterns and the need to grow revenue while developing customer loyalty, the travel industry can be a maze of pitfalls for businesses. Add to this complex multi-currency and multi-lingual requirements and you can see why, for many travel businesses, technology is a key enabler to optimising operations and maximising profits.
With increasingly complex supply chains and continuously squeezed margins, the wholesale and distribution sector is faced with the constant challenge of doing more for less. In a quest to increase business efficiencies while keeping pace with demand and improving profits, more and more wholesale and distribution businesses are turning to software for help.
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