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Published in Company Comment on 16 July 2012 ... but exposure to new markets give reason for optimism. Sage Group ( LSE: SGE ) reported "variable trading performance" from its important European division in the third quarter of its fiscal year. For
Business & Decision, an international Consulting and Systems Integration (CSI) company, today announced that it has acquired AbilityCRM, a Scottsdale -based CRM solutions provider. The acquisition will enable B&D to expand its CRM offerings in North
News in pictures Suggested Topics Sage, the accountancy software group, made its first foray into the world's fast-growing Bric nations yesterday with a £125m deal to buy a Brazilian rival. For the money it will receive 75 per cent of Folhamatic
Southeast Computer Solutions ( www.southeastcomputers.com ) announced today that it has sold its first Sage ERP X3 software solution to Miami -based Gems Group. With locations in Miami and Colombia , Gems Group is a team of dedicated professionals
Blytheco, LLC is pleased to announce that Jeff Phillips has joined the company as a Solutions Sales Consultant. He will report directly to Jeff Gregorec , VP of Sales at Blytheco. Jeff will be responsible for sales of enhancements and other business
British accountancy software maker Sage said it was watching the economic situation in Europe and the impact a downturn would have on its small and medium customers, although it said trading was still on track. The company, which sells software to
Private equity group Bain Capital eventually bought the Australian accounting software specialist in August for A$1.2bn. Reuters is saying that Sage had been offering $100m (£63m) more than Bain...Sage strongly rejects the claim, which it understands
UK users chose NetSuite over Sage Software, among others, to award NetSuite the Enterprise Accounting & Finance crown. The award comes on the heels of a host of companies voting with their Pound Sterling by moving from Sage to NetSuite ( http://www.
Previous Post Los Angeles area business owners are optimistic about the prospects for their firms in the coming months, but they think the economy in general is declining, according to a survey for The Sage Group, a management software company with 3.
But one of them is software group Sage , edging up 1.3p to 253.7p on hopes that the cash investors receive from Hewlett Packard's £7bn purchase of Autonomy could find its way back into the sector. George O'Connor at Panmure Gordon said: The Autonomy