Business software vendor Sage claims that it is on course to end its financial year on a high, thanks to a mix of new products and partner engagement.
Steve Attwell, general manager of Sage UK’s lower mid-market and software division, claimed the vendor is projecting that it will post 20 per cent annual sales growth for the year, which closes in September.
The vendor also recently unveiled new versions of its flagship Sage 200 business software suite. “There are about 400,000 Sage 50 customers and many are outgrowing the software and looking to take the step up to Sage 200,” said Attwell.
“The upgrade opportunity for partners is immense.” Jo Fulton, sales and marketing director at Sage partner Datel, welcomed the Sage 200 upgrade, claiming that it is now less of a “me too” product.
“Product features which were market catch-up have been replaced with specific customer-driven enhancements based on the ever-increasing scope of how users are deploying the system,” said Fulton.
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