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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.
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 […]
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. […]
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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