Over three quarters (81%) of Irish small businesses believe that Ireland’s economy is improving and two thirds intend to hire more staff in the next year according to a poll of 100 entrepreneurs and small business owners who attended the Sage One ‘Giving Back to Business’ event in Dublin this morning.
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.
Are you a Hands On Soloist that that loves the skill and craft of what your business provides or are you The Manager/CEO type, a great mentor and leader that delegates important tasks to employees, or perhaps you are The Classic Entrepreneur that thrives on the adrenaline of a start-up environment. Take our two minute quiz and find out.
By Beatrice Whelan, Social Media and Content Specialist at Sage We had an amazing two days at the Dublin Web Summit on the 17th and 18th October. We were exhibiting at the Web Summit to promote Sage One and Sage CRM and we had a phenomenal interest in both products. Sage Commercial Product Manager, Simon […]
Sage will be exhibiting its innovative cloud based accounting and payroll product Sage One at this year’s Dublin Web Summit, which is being held on the 17th & 18th of October at the RDS.
Payroll can be a monthly and annual chore with month and year end tying you to your desk. Not any more. We challenge you to pay your staff in under five minutes from your sofa with Sage One Payroll.
Sage is proud to partner with the Start Ups 2012 Entrepreneurs and Small Business Conference taking place at the RDS on the 3rd of October.
Essentially, shopping around is the simplest most effective way to reduce your business costs. Cutting costs only means one thing: more profit for you and your business.
Jim Coyle, Product Test Manager at Sage talks about how we test our Cloud software.
You’ve taken the plunge and you’ve started your own business. Like most successful entrepreneurs at some point you are going to reach the stage where either there just aren’t enough hours in the day to do all you have undertaken to do but not delivering is not an option or worse potentially damaging to the reputation of your fledgling business. You need help and that means hiring someone, becoming an employer.