An interesting article “Sage Turns Page” appeared in the Orange County Business Journal last week about the transformation at Sage North America being led by CEO Pascal Houillon. Since the article isn’t available online without a membership login and presumably a paid subscription, we wanted to provide a few highlights.
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Sage has published an FAQ with answers to some of the most important questions raised among the Sage Partner community in connection with the re-branding effort underway in North America. On the heels of a webcast that provided a glimpse as to how some of the Sage products will be renamed, this FAQ provides a bit more detail about how the rebranding will be executed and what it means to Sage partners.
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There’s been plenty of buzz in the channel following a few announcements that Sage Execs made at Sage Summit earlier this month. In particular, the announced rebranding effort aimed at creating better recognition of the “Sage” corporate brand at the expense of some very popular and long-standing individual product names (MAS 90, Timberline, Peachtree) has ruffled some feathers.