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Sage logs on to Apple iOS

11 February 2016  |  2095 views  |  0 Source: Sage

Sage has today announced a version of Sage Live only available on iOS.

As a new Apple mobility partner, this will be the first in a series of solutions that Apple and Sage are collaborating together on for small businesses.

Apple’s user interface is renowned for its simplicity, power and design and Sage is known for its accounting knowledge and smart technology for Small & Medium Businesses. The new Sage Live for iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch will deliver significant advances in real time business management and improve efficiency and effectiveness across the entire supply chain for small and medium business users. Sage Live will be sold through Apple’s ecosystem and Sage will work with Apple to help educate Small & Medium Sized businesses on the benefits of mobile technology.

Alan Laing, EVP Global Strategic Partnerships & Alliances, from Sage comments “Mobile and cloud technology is revolutionising the way small and medium businesses work, giving real-time decision making for the first time ever, reducing costs and democratising access to business management tools. iOS is the leading mobile platform for business users and we are deepening our commitment to iOS by delivering our new Sage Live solution for iOS that provides simple, insightful accounting and payment services to Small & Medium Sized businesses.”

Alan continues. “We see the future as mobile, and we’re excited to be an Apple mobility partner which will help us get our simple and powerful accounting solutions into the hands of even more Small & Medium Sized business owners and help them grow and be successful. In a time of seismic technological change and digital invention, we want to provide the smartest technology to reinvent and simplify business accounting.”

Millions of Small Businesses rely on iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch to run their businesses and now through Sage Live they can have real-time access to their critical accounting information in Sage and their customer information held in Salesforce.

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