JOHANNESBURG- Sage, the market and technology company for integrated accounting, payroll & HR, and payment systems announced that Sage Live, its cloud-based, integrated accounting solution is now available in South Africa.
Sage Live brings together finance, sales, CRM and operational data to provide businesses with a powerful, single view of their business. Built on the Salesforce platform, it enables businesses to run completely in the cloud and control complex operations, eliminate low-value tasks and respond more quickly to customers. They can also connect with thousands of third party apps via the Salesforce AppExchange, giving them exactly what they need to help them run their business.
Sage Live offers business tools and office collaboration via Chatter – the integrated social media tool that enables employees to do more, anytime anywhere. Employees can share knowledge, files and data, and connect with experts from across your organization regardless of their role or location. For example, if an employee needs to alert a colleague to sign off a purchase order or to process an important order, they can do so without switching from the accounting or CRM software to a collaboration platform or sending an email.
With real-time dashboards, forecasting and automatic reports, Sage Live supports any midmarket company that needs to manage a multidimensional organisation with multiple team projects, business units, geographies, products, clients, currencies and more.
Sage Live allows customers to run their businesses from anywhere with total usability across smartphones, tablets and other supported devices, ensuring all team members have access to the data they need, when they need it.
Sandra Crous (Swanepoel), Vice President for Midmarket Africa & Middle East at Sage said: “Entrepreneurs don’t go into business to manage taxes and admin, so we’re striving to make these tasks invisible. Sage Live gives businesses one source of information across front office and back office and across multiple countries and dimensions to create "one office". Now, entrepreneurs, accountants and employees can view their information in real-time and work as one team.”
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