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Sage appoints Steve Hare as CEO
"Donald Brydon, Chairman, said: “I am delighted Steve has agreed to lead Sage on the next stage of its journey to become a great SaaS business. He has impressed the Board with the momentum, focus and clarity he has brought to the organisation over the last few months as COO but also throughout his tenure as CFO. As we looked externally for the experience, vision and deep knowledge required to accelerate operational execution it very quickly became clear through Steve’s early decisions and his clear prioritisation that he is the right person to lead Sage.”
business  erp  latest  news  appointment  ceo  cfo  rob  reid  sage  intacct 
november 2018 by jonerp
Sage Puts Stake in the Cloud with Sage Live - by @fscavo
"Sage is one of the world’s largest providers of business applications for small and midsize organizations. Now in the cloud it has taken a big step forward, launching Sage Live, a built-from-scratch accounting system on the Salesforce.com platform. This post outlines key features of Sage Live, the challenges it faces, and recommendations for potential buyers."
erp  selection  ascenterp  cloud  financialforce  intacct  intuit  netsuite  quickbooks  saas  sage  live  salesforce.com  xero 
october 2015 by jonerp
FinancialForce Expands Its Footprint in Cloud ERP - by @fscavo
"FinancialForce continues to show strong momentum in the cloud ERP market, and it is building out its product capabilities in interesting ways. In this post, we provide an update on FinancialForce, based on interviews we conducted with its executives at Dreamforce, the annual conference for users of Salesforce.com. We also provide recommendations for buyers considering FinancialForce."
hcm  software  selection  uncategorized  ascenterp  cloud  erp  financialforce  intacct  kenandy  rootstock  saas  sage  live 
october 2015 by jonerp
Sage Says ERP is Dead. What (I think) They Really Mean Is… - by @erp_cindyjutras.
"This announcement produced a mixed response. There was some applause (ding dong the wicked witch is dead!) There were some shrugs (I don’t really care what you call it.) In conversations with clients I got some eye rolls and one actually said, “This too will pass.” My reaction? Yes, we need new ways of designing, delivering, consuming and innovating ERP. But you don’t say the automobile is dead just because there are some old clunkers still on the road."
erp  cindy  jutras  cloud  innovation  loosely  coupled  mint  next  generation  saas  sage  software  as  a  service  x3 
august 2015 by jonerp

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