At Sage, we transform the way people think and work, enabling their organisations to thrive. Every day, all around the world, our 13,000 colleagues and local networks of accountants and partners support and enable business builder success.
Like many of the businesses we serve, Sage began as a small business and has grown beyond what seemed imaginable. Today over 13,000 colleagues now support millions of entrepreneurs across 23 countries as they power the global economy.
We help drive today’s business builders with a new generation of solutions to manage everything from money to people.
Our social and mobile technology provides live information so you can make fast, informed decisions anytime, anywhere in the world. We support our business builders for life by offering choice, support, expertise, and innovation. We champion your causes and provide world-leading advice and support when you need it most.
Our founder David Goldman wanted to automate accounting processes in his own business. Working with a team of Newcastle University students, he developed software to make it happen – and discovered other businesses could benefit from this too. In 1981, our founder David Goldman faced a problem. He wanted to create quotations quickly for his print business and keep track of his accounts. So David worked with a team from Newcastle including Dr. Paul Muller, a computer expert who worked with NASA, and student Graham Wylie. Some eight years later, Sage was listed on the London Stock Exchange with a £20m valuation.
Today we work with millions of business builders in all types of industries around the world. Our 13,000 employees serve our customers in 23 countries across Europe, Africa, Australia, Asia, Latin America, and North America.
They travel with business builders wherever they’re needed – in the cloud, on-premise, or both – offering the freedom to work with mobility. Our solutions fit the needs of startup, scale-up, and enterprise companies – whether that means staying on top of their finances, empowering their people, or unleashing their power to grow.