NetSuite, the accountancy software suppliers, has launched a deal targeting Sage software customers looking to switch suppliers.
The IT company has said it looking to specifically target Sage Live customers who were beta tested earlier this year. Sage Live is the technology company's software as a service package. It was supplied to approximately 50 customers to test but was ended soon after introduction due to security concerns.
Toby Davidson, director of professional services, NetSuite said: 'We believe that there are many Sage customers out there who need the flexibility and efficiencies a cloud-based software suite provides. This offer will help give them the imperative they need to make the switch.'
NetSuite has said it will offer Sage customers 50% off their first year with the company, 100 free hours of professional services when implementing data transferring from Sage to NetSuite and will cover all Sage products.
Simon Black, managing director of Sage Online, said: 'We continually innovate and have recently established Sage Online which is a new division within our UK business to focus on providing software and services over the internet. Sage Live is one of a number of products in development.'
Most of those Sage Live customers are now using KashFlow!
Posted by: Duane Jackson, 04 Mar 2009 | 00:00
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