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Toyota Tsusho Africa

Toyota Tsusho Africa licenses GL Wand from Excel4apps

3 July 2012
Excel4apps announced that Toyota Tsusho Africa, an automotive organization based in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, have selected GL Wand to complement their SAP Financial reporting toolset.

Toyota Tsusho Africa (Pty) Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Toyota Tsusho Corporation, originally founded as a trading and supply-chain specialist of the Toyota Group.

Established in 2000, Toyota Tsusho Africa has evolved to form a multi-business enterprise, comprising both Automotive and Production Support capabilities, strategically located to ensure optimal service and delivery output to all customers.

For more information on Toyota Tsusho Africa please visit http://www.ttaf.co.za
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