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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and your business

Advice and support

We’ve gathered information and resources to help navigate this situation. You can also find out about support for Sage solutions, including enabling home working. Check this page regularly for updates.

A message from Pieter Bensch

Executive Vice President, Africa and Middle East

We recognise that the COVID-19 coronavirus presents one of the most severe challenges we’ve ever faced. This pandemic is pulling us together – as Sage colleagues, customers, partners but also as parents, families and communities.

Get the product information you need

To help you prepare for the ever-changing situation surrounding coronavirus, we’ve created a dedicated area for you to get product support information.

Business advice about COVID-19

We’ve collated some helpful tips and advice to help you adapt your business.

7 ways to boost productivity in the workplace

7 ways to boost productivity in the workplace

Is your team too busy to get any work done? It may sound like a silly question but consider how many days you’ve started the morning with a set to-do list, then got waylaid by meetings and emails. Sound familiar? Over a third of 3,500 employees we polled admitted to being productive for less than […]

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Coronavirus: The value of a supply chain contingency plan

Coronavirus: The value of a supply chain contingency plan

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is affecting people and businesses on a global scale. For the latter, there have been many effects, one of which is of how vulnerable to disruption our global supply chains are. Exponential growth in trade over the past few decades means today’s global supply chains are incredibly complex, with manufacturers and […]

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How technology can help your practice in times of uncertainty

How technology can help your practice in times of uncertainty

Learn how technology can help to keep your accountancy practice and the businesses of your clients moving during the coronavirus disruption.

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Coronavirus: 7 steps to build a business continuity plan for your company

Coronavirus: 7 steps to build a business continuity plan for your company

Coronavirus has prompted companies to think about business continuity. Here's how to write a business continuity plan.

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Coronavirus: How to ensure business continuity with the cloud

Coronavirus: How to ensure business continuity with the cloud

A plan for business continuity is just as important as your plan for driving revenue, and cloud connectivity can resolve both. Here's how.

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Coronavirus: How small businesses can keep the cash flowing

Coronavirus: How small businesses can keep the cash flowing

Governments have initiated several relief measures to support small and medium businesses impacted by the effects of the coronavirus, but the reality is that many are still struggling to manage cash flow in these trying times. Given that context, businesses need to adjust their operation for a prolonged economic downturn and severe disruption to business […]

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4 tips to ensure your business doesn't slow down

4 tips to ensure your business doesn't slow down

Contingency planning has become a significant consideration across businesses worldwide to avoid facing economic recession or challenges. There will be times when you’ll have a drop in both your number of customers and revenue. While it may keep managers awake at night, there is much that businesses can do now to prepare for operational resilience. […]

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How to help your employees work from home

How to help your employees work from home

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak develops, the government is encouraging people to embark in social distancing and recommending they work from home. But what does that mean for your business? In this article, we look at the steps you can take to help your employees work remotely in order to ensure your business can keep […]

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The information contained herein is for general guidance purposes only. It should not be taken for, nor is it intended as, legal advice. We would like to stress that there is no substitute for customers making their own detailed investigations or seeking their own legal advice if they are unsure about the implications of trade on their businesses.

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