At its Sage Summit annual user conference in July, a new service was released, it will give businesses a set of integrated business applications, including light manufacturing and business analysis tools. Other Sage Online Business Solutions include Sage ERP Accpac Online, Sage Intergy on Demand, SageCRM.com, and Sage SalesLogix Cloud.
The general principle behind all of Sage’s releases is making them more flexible, personalized, task-based, mobile, device-independent, and social media-aware, according to Larry Ritter, general manager of the Sage ACT product line.
Sage, which last year recorded revenue of $2.2 billion, now supports roughly 3.6 million users in North America with a growing portfolio of online business solutions, connected services, and on-premises solutions, Houillion said. The company recorded strong organic growth in 2010, and Houillon wants to see that trend continue. Click here to View CRM News about Sage expands Cloud services