Sage technologies usher era of invisible accounting

6f2ea6e7f02d4ebfbe45df801462a69eBy TINTSWALO BALOYI
JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – SAGE, the market leader for integrated accounting, payroll and human resources and payment systems, will highlight technologies taking business builders to a future of invisible accounting at its Summit Tour in Johannesburg this week.
Sage customers and business partners from around Africa and the Middle East will gather at the Sandton Convention Centre from Tuesday to Thursday to learn about new technologies, digital transformation and the future of work.
“Business builders and entrepreneurs don’t go into business because they want to wrestle with red-tape and manage admin. Our vision is to make those tasks invisible by 2020 by automating the back-office functions so we can free business builders up to follow their dreams,” says Sage Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Kelly.
“At the Sage Summit Tour, they will get inspiration from other entrepreneurs, experts, and peers about how they can take their businesses into a future of invisible admin.”
Kelly will share insights about how Sage is levelling the playing field for customers – and it’s just the start of a technology revolution all enterprises of all sizes need to be a part of to compete and grow.
Other speakers include Valter Adão, Head of Digital at Deloitte Africa, Justin Spratt, Head of Business, Sub-Saharan Africa at Uber and Gil Oved, co-founder and co-CEO of The Creative Counsel.
Sage will update delegates about how the Sage Foundation is making a difference for communities and non-profit organisations across Africa and Middle East with its approach to social investment. The company unveiled its $1 million Challenge in partnership with parkrun.

– CAJ News

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