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Partnerships reimagined with Sage

Discover a range of cloud and subscription-based solutions to help your customers transform their businesses.

Solutions that drive your customers' success

Partner with Sage to deliver a range of powerful, user-friendly solutions to help your customers.

Our partner program nurtures and develops a healthy, vibrant community that is aligned and focused on winning together. Partner with Sage because with us, business is simple and easy. Sage is a solid brand that can attract and retain customers, providing attractive sales models and margins to help you make the most of your investment in your business. We also provide a range of products to help your small business customers with accounting, payroll, payments and banking.

Partner opportunities

We offer vast market opportunities, fast value for time, and an opportunity to collaborate. We help our partners gain customers for life.

Sage sells solutions

Become a successful solution provider and differentiate your business through selling and deploying Sage solutions.

Sage develops solutions

Join a connected network of developers and independent software vendors (ISVs) whose solutions complement and integrate with Sage.

Refer

Business professionals and firms can earn commissions for referring and recommending Sage solutions to their customers.

Sage Partner Code of Conduct

Partners are required to adhere to the Sage Partner Code of Conduct (“Code”). The Code is designed to clearly set out the minimum standards of behaviour Sage expects from partners. Sage expects partners to meet all requirements within the Sage Partner Code of Conduct.

Why partner with Sage?

Cloud solutions, mobile platforms and the demand for value-added solutions and services opens doors to significant revenue opportunities for our partners.

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Increase your profits

Enjoy attractive financial incentives and additional bonuses for driving strategic objectives, including new customer acquisition and supporting the move to a subscription model.

Make your business different

Highlight your unique value to customers via the Sage partner tier to benefit from world-class brand association with Sage.

Train and get certified

Demonstrate your skills and credentials with a range of training and certification options available for each partner level that covers all Sage products and partner specialties.

Drive sales

Access the Sage portal where you can find sales, marketing and technical resources to manage and develop your sales.

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Sage offers help and support at your convenience, whenever you may need it

Get help training with quick and helpful answers on the phone, online and via Sage University. Chat with one of our technical experts or consult our forums to find the right solution.

I think it’s their (AutoTrader's) partnership with us and our partnership with Sage that has made it successful!

Ashley Regenass, CEO

SynergyERP, South Africa

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