Sage also sponsors the National Small Business Week’s luncheon honoring State Small Business Persons of the Year
ATLANTA, GA (May 17, 2012)—Today’s release of Sage One and Sage 50 Accounting–U.S. Edition (formerly Sage Peachtree), two new business solutions from Sage North America, coincide with the next phase of the company’s North America brand evolution as it moves from a house of product brands to a strong Sage-branded house. Along with these launches the company is introducing a new North America website at NA.Sage.com and major advertising programs. Sage is a leading provider of business management software and services to more than 6 million small and midsized businesses worldwide.
“Sage offers dozens of solutions that help businesses achieve their ambitions, but many of our own customers don’t realize this because our product names are often more recognizable than Sage itself,” said Connie Certusi, executive vice president and general manager of Sage Small Business Accounting Solutions. “Naming our new products with the Sage brand will help businesses recognize Sage as a one-stop business management solutions provider and a trusted partner for their business needs.”
VIDEOS: Connie Certusi speaks about Sage 50, Sage One, and the power of the Sage brand Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.
Sage One and Sage 50 are two of the entry points to the Sage portfolio of business management solutions that support long-term business needs and includes Sage 100, Sage 300, Sage 500, and Sage ERP X3 solutions, as well as a host of complementary connected services.
Sage One U.S.
The new SaaS all-in-one application was developed to address the unique business tracking and management needs of emerging small and micro-businesses in the United States. Sage One was designed to help owners of aspiring businesses spend more time on innovation rather than administration. The new tool brings together money management, invoicing, project tracking, task assignment, messaging, and reporting in a single integrated application, available as an online subscription service for anytime, anywhere access.
Sage 50 Accounting 2013—U.S. Edition
Formerly known as Sage Peachtree Accounting, Sage 50 provides small businesses with instant customizable access to critical business information, with dynamic guidance and support to help them focus more time on developing and realizing their business ambitions.
National Small Business Week
To celebrate Sage’s close ties to the small business community, Sage will serve as a co-sponsor of National Small Business Week in Washington D.C. from May 20–22. Sage is sponsoring the National Awards Luncheon honoring State Small Business Person of the Year winners on Monday, May 21. The top Small Business from each of the 50 states, as well as U.S. territories, will attend, and the National State Small Business Person of the year will be announced at the luncheon.
Sage is a leading global supplier of business management software and services for small and midsized businesses. The Sage Group plc, formed in 1981, was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1989 and now employs more than 12,600 people and supports more than 6 million customers worldwide. For more information about Sage in North America, please visit the company website at NA.Sage.com. Follow Sage North America on Facebook, Facebook.com/SageNorthAmerica, and Twitter, Twitter.com/SageNAmerica.
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