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Why closing the mentoring gap should be your top priority

By Jayne Archbold on 22 July 2014

I once read that the role of a mentor is to empower a person to see a possible future, and believe it can be obtained. I think this is an eloquent and simple way of illustrating just how valuable a mentor can be to both an individual and a business. One of the greatest services an individual can perform is that of passing the benefit of their knowledge onto others, thereby ensuring that the experience of one can benefit the many.

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Take back control of your business

By Benoit Gruber on 09 July 2014

89% of midmarket companies without ERP indication they cannot track business processes, 86% report inaccurate data, 78% redundant data. To ERP or not to ERP in the midmarket. The Aberdeen Group

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Learn how a mobile-ready ERP solution can help you grow

By Benoit Gruber on 03 July 2014

Best-in-class companies are 76% more likely than all others to enable users to access ERP from mobile devices. This allows them to react immediately and make decisions where they are, whether out in the field or on a warehouse floor. ERP in manufacturing report, The Aberdeen Group

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Sage ERP X3 version 7 Analyst Event

By Benoit Gruber on 30 June 2014

On 12-15 May 2014 we held our 4th annual Sage ERP X3 Global Convention in Lisbon where we launched Sage ERP X3 version 7. As part of that event we invited 14 IT research analysts to join us and experience the enthusiasm and passion amongst our people and partners for the new version and attend an analyst briefing where they could attain an understanding of the benefits Sage ERP X3 version will bring to our customers.

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Need for speed: How fast are CIOs implementing innovations?

By Benoit Gruber on 23 June 2014

In our series on the changing role of the CIO, we’ve been looking at the dramatic shift of expectations Heads of IT departments are encountering at the moment.

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Marussia F1 Team – First Points

By Julia Commons on 30 May 2014

In 2011 the Marussia F1 Team recognised the need for an ERP solution to bring all their business processes together, integrating their financial reports, stores and purchasing, goods in and distribution. To operate in the highly competitive and technical world of Formula 1™ an integrated business management system was a must. To manage this, they chose Sage ERP X3.

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Sage signs first UK customer for Sage ERP X3 version 7 – in launch week!

By Christophe Vanackère on 21 May 2014

I am proud and pleased to announce our first customer for the newly launched Sage ERP X3 version 7 – this is a landmark achievement for us and truly marks the start of a new era of ERP.

Wales Millennium Centre is Wales’ national centre for the performing arts presenting  large scale musicals, opera, and dance. As well as looking after the talent that takes to the stage each week, they have the task of managing a complex and successful business.

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Uncovering Europe’s business software scrapheap

By Christophe Vanackère on 19 May 2014

Mid-market businesses in Europe waste an astounding €9.6 billion Euros worth of technology investment every year on business software that they don’t fully use.

That’s according to research we have launched today that looks as the effectiveness of IT investments across Europe.

The findings of the study are astounding with 88 per cent of firms failing to completely utilise their investments in business software.

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Introducing the new version of Sage ERP X3

By Christophe Letellier on 14 May 2014

Today is a huge day for us, our customers and our business partners. This afternoon, in front of over 900 member of our community, at our annual global convention in Lisbon, Portugal, we unveiled the next generation of our ERP solution, Sage ERP X3 version 7.

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