May 10, 2017Global research shows tech savvy businesses grow, differentiate, compete and flex better when they commit to technology
Sage announced today at Sage Summit US 2017 new research which shows almost a third of small businesses who commit to technology show demonstrable growth. Nevertheless, more than half (56%) of all small business owners interviewed have yet to adopt digital technologies, preferring to maintain their business with traditional methods, signaling a massive opportunity for the cloud accounting and business management software market in coming years.
May 10, 2017Sage Unveils Next Generation Cloud Accounting and Business Management Solutions at Sage Summit US
Sage announced today at Sage Summit US 2017 a new wave of cloud accounting and ERP solutions designed to support and champion businesses of all sizes. These products bring Sage one step closer to delivering on its vision of a world powered by “invisible admin” by 2020.
May 10, 2017Sage unveils Sage 50c – more freedom, control and automation for Business Builders
Sage today announced at Sage Summit US 2017 a major update to Sage 50c, the cloud-enabled transformation of Sage’s most popular accounting solution, Sage 50. This marks the next step in Sage’s continuing mission to help Small & Medium Businesses access the best technology and innovation as their enterprise counterparts.
May 10, 2017Sage Releases Major Update to Flagship Business Management Tool for Enterprises
Sage announced today at Sage Summit US 2017 a major upgrade to its popular business management solution, Sage X3, used by enterprise customers across the world. The Company also announced new versions of Sage solutions for Small & Medium sized businesses.
May 09, 2017Global research: Channel Partners are midway on their journey to being ‘cloud ready’, while those investing are reaping rewards
Research conducted by IDC and commissioned by Sage reveals that channel partners consider themselves only halfway to having their existing operations to be ‘cloud ready’ despite the recognition of the benefits that the cloud offers them. ‘The Future is the Cloud’ research shows that those that have embraced cloud offerings for over 5 years typically experience higher profitability. The IDC research also shows that channel partners who have invested in cloud sales people, technical people and services achieve the highest profit margins.