TechnologySage produces hybrid internet and traditional software

Sage produces hybrid internet and traditional software

Sage pushes ERP product with online offering

Sage, the FTSE100 accountancy software company, launched its latest
enterprise resource planning offering today at Softworld which will now have
online capabilities.

Sage, which is trying to increase its presence in the mid-market space,
launched Sage 1000 in 2006 but its latest launc, X3, has added internet
functionality.

“The new software allows the application to be hosted by the end user but not
in the cloud,” said Jim Scott, general manager of enterprise business at Sage.

He adds the new software has added functionality in comparison to Sage 1000
such as being available out of the box in eight languages but insists that they
will continue to produce both products.

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