38% of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Ireland are either already using or have plans to adopt cloud computing technologies in their business, according to research announced today by the market leader in accounts and payroll software, Sage Ireland.
When Olwen Dawe became a Sage Business Expert one of the first things I wanted to talk to her about was her work as an advocate of female entrepreneurship. Olwen is currently Secretary and Vice President Designate of Network Ireland. She was an ambassador for female entrepreneurship on the Ulster Bank “Business Women Can” initiative in 2012.
Sinéad Hayes from Sage Business Partner Advent recently spoke to a Sage 50 user about why he may need to think about upgrading to Sage 200.
What will 2013 hold and what should you be including in your social media strategy for 2013? Social Tv, Social Enterprise and Social CRM will be big trends in 2013.
We have compiled some of our predictions of the likely tax changes in the budget. Capital Gains Tax – Retirement relief and the tax free threshold of € 750,000 may be reduced.
Press Release Launch of Sage 50 Accounts Pulse creates a new era of Connected Computing for SMBs. 9th November 2012 – Business software and services provider, Sage Ireland, today unveiled one of the Ireland’s first business apps to be made available on Windows 8 – Sage 50 Accounts Pulse. Sage’s pioneering app has been designed […]
With the convergence of Sage Pay and Integral Computers, we are now the largest multi-channel payments provider in Ireland.
We spoke to Terry Clune, founder of Connectireland about their recent initiative to bring investment to Ireland and how Irish business owners can get involved.