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Sage and Salesforce Announcement: Sage Life 'Smashes the Walls' Between Front and Back Office

13/05/2015 by Sharon Shahzad

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Sage and Salesforce held their press announcement/“fireside chat” yesterday afternoon (May 12, 2015), and it signals a shift for Sage’s SMB cloud strategy. Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff introduced Sage CEO Stephen Kelly, who announced Sage Life, a new application built on the Salesforce1 Platform and designed to run all elements of business operations in the cloud. The product announcement follows the earlier partnership announcement from the two companies.

Sage Life aims to give businesses in the range of 10 to 200 employees a business solution that is optimized for social interaction and “will empower small companies to connect their customer, accounting, payroll and finance data into one system, accessible from any device, anywhere.”

General availability of Sage Life is expected this summer, Kelly said, and it will be featured prominently at Sage Summit 2015. According to a Sage press release:

Sage Life is fully customizable, cloud based and can be used on any device, from smartphones to smart watches and from tablets to the desktop. With its mobile control center, employees can view data in real time and react as one team. With social networking at its core, Sage Life allows seamless interconnections between colleagues, customers, partners, suppliers, and other stakeholders

This article has been extracted from http://www.sageerpwire.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.sageerpwire.com/story/sage-and-salesforce-announcement-sage-life-smashes-walls-between-front-and-back-office

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