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Why Customers Choose Sage

Sage Intacct wins deals which demand a strong SaaS Financials solution, especially Nonprofits who like Sage's Salesforce integration compatibility as well as Intacct's competitive price.

At the other end of the spectrum, Sage X3 wins process manufacturing deals. As for legacy Sage applications, distributors and construction companies still favor products like Sage 100 and 300.

Consistent Improvement and Growth

Sage is constantly improving its systems and offers innovative products to users, making them a more prevalent option for businesses of all sizes looking to get into the world of ERP. It puts heavy emphasis on having the most specialized offerings on the market for its clients.

Attractive Product Features

Sage X3 gives Sage the competitive advantage to win deals due to its ease of use, scalability, and cost-effectiveness without sacrificing feature functionality. X3’s financial, production, and supply chain management functionality enable it to grow as the business grows, reducing future friction and disruption.

Nonprofit Specialization

Intacct wins major deals in the Nonprofit sector who are replacing legacy on premises financials packages or upgrading from Tier4 products like QuickBooks. Sage Business Cloud provides larger-scale nonprofit solutions through global human resource tools and instant visibility across the company.

Specific Focus

Sage's 40-year heritage of focusing on strong accounting functionality logically positions Intacct as an industry leader for companies who have robust accounting requirements.

What Does Sage Sell?

Sage offers Enterprise Resource Planning software for small to mid-sized businesses. Their main software focus is accounting but also includes CRM, MRP, ERP, and Fixed Assets options across their many applications.

Sage Intacct

  • Sage’s first pure Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), multi-tenant solution.
  • The acquisition of Intacct is heavily aligned with the entire market’s shift to the Cloud.
  • Provides Sage with greater mobility and scalability than any of its previous solutions.

Sage X3

  • Designed to put an organization’s entire business operations within a single enterprise management solution and database.
  • Sage X3’s primary areas of focus lie in production, supply chain, and financial management.
  • X3’s feature functionality expands to customer service and financial reporting across planning, manufacturing, quality control, and more.

Sage 50cloud

  • Sage’s flagship small business platform.
  • Provides an ERP platform alternative to QuickBooks.
  • Sage 50 features accounting and financial functionality, enabling users to reduce administrative tasks and commit more time to value-added tasks.

Sage Legacy Products

  • Sage’s extensive line of legacy products boasts many users that still rely on Sage for platform support.
  • Sage has committed time and effort for easy integration of solutions; however, obstacles are met as a result of these solutions not being built for the cloud.
  • The prevalent legacy Sage products include: Sage 50, Sage 100cloud, Sage 200, Sage 300, Sage 500.
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Sage Partners

Sage's partnership ecosystem includes Accountants, Bookkeepers, and Educators in addition to typical developers, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), and Resellers.

Bookkeepers

Sage partnership with AICPA and CPA.com provides users with access to outsourced accounting services through a network of Bookkeepers and Accountants.

Accountants

Almost one-third of the top 100 accounting firms in the United States are involved in the Sage Intacct network. Accounting professionals who are well-versed in Sage Intacct provide extra value to businesses because they can provide expertise for running their clients’ financials and accounting functions.

Independent Software Vendors (ISVs)

ISVs provide solutions in the market outside of Sage’s direct product development and sell their solutions as modules for the Sage platform. ISVs bring richer, more robust functionality to the Sage channel by developing solutions in the market outside of Sage's direct product development. ISVs also sell their solutions as modules to enhance the Sage platform.

Resellers

We also see resellers acquire solutions to be used on the Sage platform that are not developed by Sage themselves. These solutions can help specialize software for a specific industry or need.

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