Many small to medium sized businesses utilise the portfolio of SAGE services to make lighter work of running their company. Businesses around the world report that a staggering 71% of their time is absorbed with tasks such as accounting, invoicing and payment processing. Freeing up time not only saves you money, it also avoids admin sink holes and allows you … Read More

How Standardised Software Could Be Inhibiting your Business Growth

EditorM2M, Sage

  Just as every business is unique, the requirements of a business are too. So, when it comes to business software, it’s logical that users want more than just a standardised solution, especially since productivity levels took a nosedive in 2009 and are yet to recover. According to Red Letter Days’ 2017 ‘Productivity in the Workplace’ report, the reduction of … Read More

The Benefits of Using a Credit Control Add-on for your Sage 200

EditorM2M, Sage, Sage Support

Why Working Capital is Central to your Business’s Success It’s no secret that working capital is one of the most important elements of your business – I mean let’s face it – without it even the most profitable of companies can find themselves in difficulties. Put simply, working capital is the amount of cash that a business can easily get … Read More

The 8 Benefits of Sage CRM for SMBs


What is Sage CRM? Sage Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software provides a valuable way for businesses to track and manage interactions with their prospects, leads and customers as they make their way through the sales cycle of a company, but how? Well, the sales, marketing and service modules of Sage CRM extend the power of a Sage Business Management Solution … Read More

How EQUE2 Software Can Help to Reduce Staff Turnover within Construction

EditorM2M, Sage

Staff turnover costs the construction industry thousands of pounds every year; it’s also the most expensive invisible cost that contractors suffer. But how exactly does staff turnover cost the construction industry money? Here we explain in more detail the steps that commonly lead to a high turnover. Step 1: Low productivity levels Step 2: Low quality service Step 3: Missed … Read More