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  2. Sage Group - Wikipedia

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    The Sage Group plc, commonly known as Sage, is a British multinational enterprise software company based in Newcastle upon Tyne, England.As of 2017, it is the UK's second largest technology company, the world's third-largest supplier of enterprise resource planning software (behind Oracle and SAP), the largest supplier to small businesses, and has 6.1 million customers worldwide.

  3. Sage 300 - Wikipedia

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    Sage 300 is a Windows based range of ERP software, running on Microsoft SQL. This can run under a Windows environment [5] and has an option of being hosted by Sage. Sage 300 is a modular system with the following core suite of modules. The full list of modules developed in the Sage 300 API is also available.

  4. Sage Business Cloud - Wikipedia

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    Originally launched in the UK and Ireland in 2011 Sage Business Cloud is a set of small business management tool that offers accounting, payroll, payments and time-tracking tools. [2] It includes mobile apps that accept business payments, manage and pay bills, and payroll functions. [3] The product launched in the United States in 2012, [4 ...

  5. AI will ‘change nature’ of accounting, says Sage boss - AOL

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    Steve Hare, chief executive of Sage, said the advance of generative AI will soon be relied on by many small businesses to handle basic accounting work, such as tax returns, which were once the ...

  6. Sage Intacct - Wikipedia

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    Sage Intacct, Inc is an American provider of cloud-based financial management and services available a number of regions around the globe – including the United States, Canada, the UK, Australia, and South Africa. [1] [2] [3] Its products offer cloud-based accounting applications that enable business payments, manage and pay bills, and ...

  7. Sage 100 - Wikipedia

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    Sage 100 Advanced is functionally equivalent, but operates in a client–server environment running under Windows 20xx operating systems . Sage 100 primarily targets the wholesale distribution industry, and most of the continued development and enhancement to the software line is centered on the wholesale distribution and warehouse management ...

  8. Sage 50 - Wikipedia

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    Sage 50 is a set of accountancy and payroll products developed by Sage Group aimed at small and medium enterprises. Sage offer unrelated products under the Sage 50 name in different regions. The product name originally derives from the UK and Ireland version of the product where the number 50 indicated that it was aimed at companies with up to ...

  9. Sage X3 - Wikipedia

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    Sage Business Cloud Accounting and Payroll, formerly Sage One, is also a part of the wider Sage Business Cloud brand but aimed at smaller enterprises. Adonix history [ edit ] In 1979 a French company called Société Parisienne de Micro-Informatique (SPEMI) was founded and they produced accounting software for Sord computers. [4]