The Sage range of business software and services is continually evolving as the company constantly develops and innovates. The range includes software to manage your business’ finances, run the payroll, manage customer and supplier relationships, plan the business and support your HR function. In the UK, Sage provides software and services to over 760,000 small and medium-sized businesses.
This software ranges from accounts, payroll, forecasting and business intelligence to customer relationship management, e-business and help for start-ups.
Their services include Excel Support, HR Advice, Health and Safety Advice and training courses. In addition, the award-winning SageCover service (for the Sage 50 suite & Payroll) provides help for customers when they need it.
Who are Sage?
Headquartered in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Sage (UK) Limited is a subsidiary of The Sage Group plc, a leading supplier of business software and services to 5.7 million customers worldwide.
Formed in 1981, the Group was floated on the stock exchange in 1989 and now employs 14,800 people in its market leading companies worldwide.
At Sage, they live and breathe business every day. Through their people, business software, services and their partners (like dcs), they are passionate about helping businesses of all sizes achieve their ambitions by helping them to overcome the day-to-day practicalities of running a business, so that they can do business the way they want to.
Quality software that you can rely upon
Sage holds ISO9000:2001 quality accreditation with TickIT Guide version 5 for the development, production and maintenance of business management software in accordance with the TickIT scheme, including associated distribution, training services, support and provision of standard, personalised and customised accounting stationery.
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