ACCOUNTING software provider Sage has launched an updated release of Sage Live for iOS devices to help small and medium-sized businesses cut down on time-consuming processes.
First launched in February, Sage Live has been refreshed to help customers eliminate time consuming email chains for a more social and action-oriented communication platform.
Available to all iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch customers in the UK and Ireland, the refreshed app comes with a new user interface and the ability to view their Sage Live data offline without a network connection.
Developed in partnership with Salesforce, Sage Live is built on the Salesforce App Cloud, an enterprise platform as a service (PaaS), which enables businesses to run completely in the cloud with access to real-time source of information.
Jennifer Warawa, executive vice president, Product Marketing at Sage, said, “This new version of Sage Live for iOS gives our customers access to the kind of powerful collaboration tools normally associated with larger companies. This helps them connect with people and share business information securely and in real-time. As a tried-and-tested tool at Sage, we truly believe that Salesforce Community Cloud adds value to any organisation.”
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