Sage, the market leader in cloud business management solutions, announced today it is recognised in four of six Glassdoor Employees' Choice Awards Best Places to Work 2021 country lists.
These new attribute-focused awards, based on user review scores, recognize solutions whose core strengths best match what buyers are looking for in 2021.
At a time of transformation for the retail sector, the partnership will offer customers best-of-breed business and retail management solutions.
Sage announces the Sage Partner Cloud Program in the U.S. and Canada. The program enables partners to deploy and customize their customers’ Sage 100 and Sage 300 products online, which supports them on their journey to the cloud, at a pace that suits them and their business.
Modelling by Capital Economics, commissioned by Sage, finds that £325 billion additional revenue and £145 billion economic value – equivalent to 2.7 million jobs - could be delivered by empowering SMEs to realise their appetite for technology investment as new local lockdowns come into force.
How can bringing agility into reward planning empower your HR and people leaders?As many of us know, grappling with stability and agility is a key theme for organisations across the globe in 2020.
During this unprecedented time, we’re continuing to find innovative ways to support our customers and their organisations to navigate the ‘new normal’.
So, in this release, we’re excited to announce that our reward planning suite is now generally available, to support our customers to be more agile when it comes to reward planning.
The premise of continuous accounting is that if you can capture data in real-time, automate reconciliations, and eliminate manual adjustments, you’re able to say goodbye to the tedious close process. But with organisations in North America on average spending 9 business days monthly, 10 quarterly, and 24 at year-end closing the books, the concept of continuous accounting may seem like a pie in the sky dream.
Consolidations are nothing new for many accounting departments, but they have become significantly more complex. Globalisation, increasing inter-entity relationships, and the varying nature of accounting rules across jurisdictions are just a few of the main drivers. According to a benchmark study performed by Robert Half, as many as 58% of companies are still manually reconciling accounts, so the crunch is on to ensure accounting departments have an efficient, compliant way to manage their multi-entity organisations.
Here at Sage People, our mission is to transform the way people think and work, so their organisations can thrive. To make that mission a reality, we’re constantly looking for ways to innovate and improve our HR and People system so our users can create great workforce experiences to help our customers’ organisations flourish.
It used to be that when you moved from QuickBooks to a mid-market accounting solution, you had to give up a lot when it came to cash management. QuickBooks set the bar high for other solutions with automatic bank feeds and auto-matched reconciliations. Mid-market solutions seemed archaic in comparison with their manual file imports, time-consuming reconciliations, and manual adjustments and posting. But, recent investments by Sage Intacct in cash management bring these capabilities to its’ leading mid-market solution.
Whether your biggest HR challenge is engaging your workforce or staying compliant with ever-changing employment laws, you can rely on Sage Business Cloud People to help streamline HR and People processes.
The Sage People team is excited to announce another milestone in our product development with the ‘Resolution’ release.
As the world of HR is always evolving, we’re constantly striving to ensure your HR and People system is always one step ahead. Check out the highlights from this release, plus we have a sneak peek at what’s coming soon.