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Customer success: the formula for exponential growth

08 April 2019

The rapid shift towards cloud computing and software as-a-service purchasing models is freeing technology buyers from vendor lock-in, upfront payments, long implementation cycles and heavy software customisation. That means software vendors and their partners need to focus on continuous customer success if they are to grow and retain their customer base over the long run.

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Sage Continues Strong Enterprise Management Customer Growth

04 April 2019

Rob Sinfield, VP, Enterprise Management, said: “Organisations are looking to thrive and retain their competitive advantage by increasing their agility and embracing change at speed. We work hand in hand with our strategic business partners to deliver the right solution that our mutual customers are urgently looking for. Enterprise Management helps customers meet the needs of their business today, as well as plan for the future of their industry.”

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Customers set to ‘seize the potential’ of the digital revolution with the latest release of Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management

02 April 2019

Sage the market leader for cloud business management solutions, today announced the release of Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management V12, its intuitive and customizable ERP solution for fast-growing businesses.

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Re-elected president has an opportunity to spur economic growth by enabling small businesses

29 March 2019

Nigeria’s re-elected president and his new administration have the opportunity to move quickly on creating policies to support the nation’s Small & Medium Businesses and to improve the ease of doing business in the country as part of the strategy to drive job creation, growth and economic diversification.

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After elections, Nigerian government must enable the growth of small business

06 February 2019

The winners of Nigeria’s general election on 16 February must drive economic growth and create sustainable employment by creating policies and conditions that enable Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to thrive.

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Four ways Nigerian accounting grads can get their career on the right track

23 January 2019

Completing your accounting degree or diploma means your skills will be in high demand in Nigeria. But as important as this milestone is, it is only the first step in a lifelong journey of learning and self-development.

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Tax Year-End 2018: Is your company compliant?

13 December 2018

As the end of the tax year looms in Nigeria and Ghana, companies should ensure they comply fully with the laws and regulations around collection of pay-as-you-earn (PAYE) tax.
That’s according to Abiola Adegbite, Sales Lead: Midmarket and Enterprise West Africa at Sage, who says the tax landscape in Nigeria and Ghana is evolving at a rapid pace. The respective tax authorities are seeking to plug revenue leakages and to expand their tax base by taking a firm line on non-compliance.

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Small and medium businesses in Nigeria can make the most of Black Friday

21 November 2018

Black Friday (23 November) has become a big deal in Nigeria, with shoppers heading for retail stores and e-commerce websites in their droves in search of great deals on clothes, electronics, appliances and more. According to a Picodi.com survey, 23% of Nigerians will participate in Black Friday this year, an increase of almost 18% compared to 2017.

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West African businesses: Innovating for the future

30 August 2018

The rise of digital technology, globalisation and inequality all pose challenges for West African companies trying to keep pace with a rapidly evolving environment. Companies in the region need to think about ways they can future-proof their businesses so that they can be ready for a wave of social, economic and technological change – especially as competition heats up.

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