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By admin on August 29, 2011
Our guest blogger and Sage World producer Sam Weiss from Benchmark Communications asks why in the digital age people still attend events.
By admin on August 22, 2011
We’re pulling together this year’s line up for our free business event, Sage World. One of our speakers, Benedict Allen, takes time out of his dangerous day job as an explorer to talk about what we can learn from his time in the jungle.
By admin on August 19, 2011
Call centres: maybe you’re thinking of using one to benefit your business, or perhaps you’re one of the millions of customers who call one every day. Either way you’ll know from experience what makes a successful call centre. Here are some of the principles we use at Sage when you call our Sage Support Team.
By admin on August 16, 2011
The market for ERP software changed significantly after the financial meltdown of 2008, since then businesses have witnessed a slow, fragile return to growth. Firms now want to see a faster return on investment, and products that are quicker and easier to install and integrate.
By admin on August 15, 2011
If you are a business owner, you are likely to be excited about the possibilities offered by mobile but are perhaps cautious of the security implications associated with making your company data available in this way.
By admin on August 12, 2011
Parts of London and other major UK cities have been affected by rioting and criminality. Many businesses were looted, damaged or totally destroyed during the period of violence. Our Sage People Advice team have put together some useful advice to help business affected.
By admin on August 3, 2011
If you’re not from a technical background, attempting to understand “cloud computing” could be both confusing and somewhat daunting. But it needn’t be. Put simply, cloud computing is a way to access products and services securely through an internet connection anywhere in the world.
By admin on August 1, 2011
As any small business owner will probably already know, bad debts can affect you far more than they affect large businesses. Larger businesses can have a buffer to survive bad debts while small businesses don’t. When you are working with smaller cash flow funds and juggling income with expenditure, getting sales in and having fewer people within the business, you have to be flexible and cover multi functional roles.