Sage ERP X3 Blog

More power for the Human Resource elbow

Submitted by bgruber on Thu, 03/26/2015 - 18:25

Employees are the heart and soul of any business, and this is especially the case in mid-sized enterprises where attracting and retaining the very best talent is essential. The mid-sized enterprise punches well above its weight in terms of economic contribution and talent can really make, or break, a business. If companies are to take full advantage of their talent they have to be able to manage them effectively, and efficiently.

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Don’t plan for now – plan for the future

Submitted by bgruber on Tue, 03/17/2015 - 12:14

Thinking about how to grow from a small business to a bigger company can be daunting. But preparing your company for the move helps build the right attitude amongst your workforce

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Europe’s certain path

Submitted by bgruber on Wed, 02/25/2015 - 19:27


Innovation is at the core of mid-sized businesses. They’re uniquely positioned to have the finances and flexibility to not only respond to the latest technologies, but also to lead the way for wider industry adoption. By being forward thinking and agile, these enterprises can ensure they’re maximising efficiency and are offering the very best product and service possible to their customers.

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Three tips for software success: Tip 3

Submitted by bgruber on Fri, 02/13/2015 - 16:53

Following a recent study by Sage which found that businesses waste an average €9.6 billion a year on unused business software, with 88% of organisations failing to fully utilise their technology investments, we recommend the following the three tips to help businesses see a greater return on investment and enjoy greater software success.

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Three tips for software success: Tip 2

Submitted by bgruber on Mon, 02/09/2015 - 16:58

IT purchasing decisions are increasingly being influenced by the user. The consumerisation of IT plays a large role in this, and more people want to use the kind of applications and features in their professional lives that they are used to in their personal lives. Consumer IT is generally perceived to be more user-intuitive – therefore new IT solutions that are easy to use speeds up the training and deployment process.

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Three tips for software success: Tip 1

Submitted by bgruber on Fri, 01/23/2015 - 17:44

Following a recent study by Sage which found that businesses waste an average €9.6 billion a year on unused business software, with 88% of organisations failing to fully utilise their technology investments, we recommend the following the three tips to help businesses see a greater return on investment and enjoy greater software success.

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It IS personal – how Sage is helping the developer community

Submitted by Graeme Edwards on Tue, 01/13/2015 - 18:58
 

"It’s nothing personal, it's just business,” goes the old turn of phrase. Here at Sage we believe nothing could be further from the truth. We have always prioritised personal relationships. After all, a strong business is built on rapport; be it internally with colleagues or with clients and partners. One area where we feel this is particularly important is in the developer community. 

 
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Sage ERP X3 – Statement of Direction Blog

Submitted by Guest Blogger on Wed, 12/17/2014 - 14:05

http://twitter.com/sageerpx3As part of our product strategy, we are committed to helping our customers, both old and new, to understand the future of our products and the direction they are moving in.

With this in mind we are proud to launch our Statement of Direction for Sage ERP X3 – our flagship ERP solution designed specifically for the core mid-market. This document highlights the types of investment, planned enhancements, and delivery methods we are providing to our customers.

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Taking back control of your business

Submitted by bgruber on Mon, 12/08/2014 - 14:11

The priority for all mid-market industries is to grow. Grow exports, grow revenue, grow capacity; growth is the ultimate goal. Yet to do so requires heavy investment in innovation and new product lines.

But although over half of all SMBs were seeking capital in the past year, the current global economic situation means that 82% of these businesses were actually denied by their banks. In order to enable growth, the capital to fund is has to be generated elsewhere.

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On track for 2014 – and on course for 2015

Submitted by Jarchbold on Fri, 12/05/2014 - 11:55

Earlier this week our CEO Stephen Kelly released the latest results for Sage Group, for the year to 30th September 2014. I’m pleased to say we’ve continued smooth progress towards our goals for 2015. This year, Sage hit organic revenue growth of 5%, up from 4% in 2013, and our operating profit margin also continued to climb, to 27.5%. Our goals for 2015 remain on track: 6% organic revenue growth and 28% operating profit margin.

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