News | North East based Atlas Cloud are set to sponsor this year’s Sage Summit

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Payroll and accounting provider Sage is taking their annual Sage Summit into the Sage Summit Tour.

North East-based Atlas Cloud is set to sponsor this year’s Sage Summit. The event will take place on 5th-6th April at London’s ExCeL. Tickets can be purchased here.

As a recognised Sage partner, Atlas Cloud will be featured in the exhibition area. Atlas’ CEO, Channel Development Manager and Marketing Executive will be present for networking and to discuss the services we can deliver further.

Featuring speeches from high profile business leaders, mentoring sessions and networking opportunities, the Tour will focus on partners and accountants on the first day while providing product and technology sessions for entrepreneurs on the second day.

Santiago Solanas, chief marketing officer at Sage, said: “Small and medium businesses power two-thirds of the world’s economy and are the critical economic foundation in the stability and growth of any country.

“With more than 70 million across the globe and an ever-changing business landscape, regardless of geography, they need an ally on their path to success; someone to help them make sense of it all – and we believe Sage can fulfil this role.”

Commenting on the opportunity to sponsor the Sage Summit, Atlas Cloud’s CEO Pete Watson stated: “Sage is an important partner for us and we are proud to be part of the digitisation of their software.  Customers can really transform their business with the scalability and mobility of cloud delivery.  We have also seen a huge uptake in DaaS with Sage50 at the heart of the critical applications. Business owners want their staff to work from anywhere, so they can work productively around the demands of service, delivery and busy family life.”

Learn more about the UK Sage Summit here.

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