SME accounting platform Sage One launches Down Under
Friday, May 29, 2015/
Sage One, an online accounting application for small businesses, has launched in Australia.
Sage One joins an already competitive cloud-based accounting software market in Australia, dominated by the likes of Xero and MYOB.
But Sage Australia general manager Lukas Taylor said in a statement Australian SMEs are ready for another online accounting solution.
“Sage has been servicing accountants for over 20 years across the world and we have taken that knowledge and expertise to create Sage One for Australian small businesses and entrepreneurs,” Taylor said.
“We offer a low cost, easy-to-use, reliable solution as well as the best support available in the Australian market.”
Sage One’s Small Business product features include invoicing and quoting one-the-go, bank integration, business insights, customer support, and payroll. The product is available at an introductory price of $15 per month.
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