Sage Ireland last night scooped the Marketing Excellence Award at the ICT Excellence Awards. Now in its 13th year and billed as Ireland’s most prestigious technology industry awards, the ceremony was hosted by Matt Cooper at the Ballsbridge Hotel in Dublin.
Whether you are a new internet business or are extending your ‘bricks and mortar’ business to the net, Sage Pay’s morning seminars will demonstrate what you need to focus on to develop a successful e-commerce business.
Sage are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Irish Sales Champion Awards in three categories: Champion Sales Support Team, Telesales Champion
and Champion Telesales Manager.
Sage are sponsoring the Product StartUp of the Year category. We also sponsored this category in 2012 and presented the award to the Handmade Soap Company at the awards ceremony last year. The closing date for entries is Thursday April 11th 2013 and the winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on Thursday June 13th in Dublin. Further information on categories, how to enter and attending the awards can be found at www.startupawards.ie.
By using a verified account on boards.ie we are able to answer questions about Sage and our products that appear in boards.ie discussion forums, from an official Sage brand account.
All Sage Payroll packages including Sage Micropay, sage Quickpay and Sage One Payroll will be updated to enable payroll administrators to automatically deduct the necessary payment.
If you would like to enter Newstalk’s Business Person of the Month email why you think you are worthy to [email protected] You can also choose to nominate someone else. Small, medium and large businesses will all be considered.
By Beatrice Whelan, Social Media & Content Specialist at Sage Update 15.51pm: We are delighted with the fantastic response we received on Twitter today. We have reached well in excess of 1,000 people tweeting using the hashtag #SageXmasGiving and we also had a few people tweeting using the hashtag #donateVdeP which was a great idea for […]
Updates Impacting SMEs Reforming three-year corporation tax relief for start-up companies to allow unused credits to be carried forward R&D tax credits – Doubling of initial spend qualifying for R&D credit from €100,000 to €200,000 The Credit Review Office will get more reviewers so they can deal with credit reviews more efficiently Hauliers to get […]