New payroll, invoicing software for Nigeria SMEs

Sage logo - FinalFrom OKORO CHINEDU in Lagos, Nigeria,
LAGOS – SMALL businesses in Nigeria have received a major boost with the announcement of the availability of automated payroll and invoicing offerings.
Sage the market and technology leader for integrated accounting, payroll, human resources and payment systems has introduced the Sage One Invoicing and Sage One Payroll for their benefit.
Accessible from the Cloud, the software solutions are said to give business builders the freedom to run their businesses anywhere, anytime.“We aim to make tasks such as admin and red tape invisible by 2020 so that businesses of all sizes can focus on their business strategy, their customers and following their dreams,” said Magnus, Regional Director for Sage in West Africa.
“This is why we place a huge emphasis on automating those tasks that business builders enjoy the least.”
Sage One Payroll seamlessly integrates with Sage One Accounting, offering a complete business solution for start-up and small businesses. Sage One Invoicing is an entry-level version of Sage One Accounting that makes it easy for sole traders, self-employed
consultants and other micro-business owners to produce professional quotes and invoices.
Small businesses in Nigeria, Africa’s biggest economy, are often overlooked despite their major role in economic growth.
With small businesses estimated accounting for 96 percent of all businesses in Nigeria, the failure by government and commercial banks to support the sector is said to be undermining prospects of diversifying away from oil.
– CAJNews

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