Sage company news

July 17, 2017

Sage Foundation Caps Off Mid-Year Milestones with Large American Cancer Society Donation
Sage Foundation has reached several milestones since its launch in late 2015, including being named the top donor in the American Cancer Society's largest Relay For Life event, Relay For Life of Gwinnett, held in Sage's North American hometown, Atlanta. These achievements come ahead of the Foundation's main event of the year: The Invictus Games Toronto 2017.

May 15, 2017

Sage Summit 2017: Business Builders of All Sizes Embrace Artificial Intelligence and Automation
Sage inspired thousands of business builders to embrace a future powered by artificial intelligence and automation at Sage Summit U.S. 2017. Over the course of three days, 5,000 attendees from around the world came together with local government leaders, including the Mayor of Atlanta Kasim Reed, executives, and AI experts to discuss the biggest issues and opportunities impacting business and entrepreneurship.

May 10, 2017

Sage 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, 2017

Sage 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, 2017

Global 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.