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Sage ‘Best Accounting Software in Middle East’

February 03, 2018
Sage receives the Best Accounting Software in the Middle East at the 2018 Masters of Tech Awards
Sage receives the Best Accounting Software in the Middle East at the 2018 Masters of Tech Awards

SAGE, the market and technology leader for integrated cloud accounting and payroll systems, has received the nod for the Best Accounting Software in the Middle East at the 2018 Masters of Tech Awards.

Hosted by Tahawul Tech in partnership with CPI Media Group, the inaugural edition of the awards paid tribute to providers and vendors of technology services and solutions in the Middle East who play an integral role in shaping the global technology ecosystem. Celebrating excellence in the IT sphere and highlighting the most influential technologies in the region today, the awards acknowledged the market leaders in the most critical aspects of modern technology across 27 categories, spanning hardware, software and services.

Mansoor Sarwar, Director of Technical Services and Pre-Sales at Sage Middle East, said: “We are honored to achieve this region-wide recognition for our cutting-edge accounting solutions, and thank our customers and business partners for their continued trust and confidence.

“Our mission is to support the ambitions of companies across the globe through smarter and more efficient enterprise management solutions. We facilitate our customers in focusing exclusively on growing their business, allowing them to build their capabilities and leapfrog into the future. Witnessing our clients flourishing as a result of our distinct solutions is a reward in itself.”

Serving a customer base for more than 6,000 companies in the region, Sage Middle East offers a variety of software solutions that cover accounting, human resources and payroll, customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning and business intelligence. — SG


February 03, 2018
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