Sage 500 ERP
Sage 500 ERP (formerly Sage ERP MAS 500) is an integrated series of applications covering most areas of business for enterprises with 20 to 1,000 employees. These areas include customer relationship management (CRM), accounting and financials, project accounting, distribution, manufacturing, human resources (HR), payroll, enterprise reporting, and electronic commerce. Built for the needs of an integrated enterprise, Sage 500 ERP is flexible, scalable, and fully featured to deliver a total business management solution.
Sage BusinessWorks Accounting
Sage BusinessWorks 50 Accounting (formerly
BusinessWorks Gold) bridges the gap between off-the-shelf, entry-level
products and complex high-end systems. Its modular design is ideally suited for
growing small and medium-sized businesses. BusinessWorks combines robust
features such as serial number tracking, multiple warehouse management
capabilities, and multiple costing and pricing methods for complete inventory
With more than 300,000 users at over 7,300 companies, Sage SalesLogix is the CRM leader for small to medium-sized businesses. Sage SalesLogix delivers easy-to-use and integrated sales, marketing, customer service and support automation solutions that can be tailored to an organization@s unique customer acquisition, retention and development processes.
Sage North America is part of The Sage Group, plc, a global supplier of business management software and services to 5.8 million customers worldwide. From small start-ups to larger organizations, Sage software solutions are designed to help companies manage their business processes. Formed in 1981, the company was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1989, and now employs more than 5,000 people in North America and 14,800 people worldwide.
Sage to Sell Sage ACT! and Sage SalesLogix
Written By: Raluca Druta
Published On: February 18 2013
Sage has entered into an agreement with the email marketing provider Swiftpage to sell two of its CRM solutions, Sage ACT! and Sage SalesLogix. The sale represents one of the actions that Sage has taken as part of its strategy to concentrate on its highly profitable maintenance and development products.
Sage chief executive Guy Berruyer explains: "The sale of these non-core products