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Sage is looking to recruit 70 apprentices at its Newcastle-based software business over the next year.
Sage is looking to recruit a further 60 apprentices for its Tyneside-based financial software business.
Sage UK has sold its construction software business to a management team operating as Eque2 for undisclosed terms, including offices in Manchester, Farnham and Glasgow.
Sage is to acquire a 75% stake in Folhamatic Group, the Brazilian accounting software firm, for £125m.
Sage Group has acquired Integral Computers, the Irish card payment processing firm with 40 staff, for £17m.
Sage Group is to sell Sage Software Healthcare, the US supplier of electronic health record solutions, to Vista Equity Partners for £205m.
Sage Group has acquired Tekton Group, the supplier of construction software, implementation and support services, for £21m.
Sage Group has acquired KCS Global Holdings, the supplier of personnel and payroll solutions, for £20m.
Sage has acquired a 70% stake in XRT, the French treasury management software company, for £30m.
Sage Group has acquired Snowdrop Systems, the Oxfordshire-based supplier of HR and payroll management software, for £17m.
Sage has acquired Pro-Concept, the Swiss supplier of enterprise resource planning software, for £7.5m.
Sage has acquired Protx Group, the London-based online payment services company, for £20m.
Sage is to acquire Emdeon Practice Services, the US healthcare software company, for £297m.
Sage Group is to acquire Baurer, the German business management software company, for £16m.
Sage is to acquire a 50% stake in UBS, the Malaysian supplier of business management software, for £7m.
Sage is launching a bid to acquire Visma, the Norwegian accounting software company, for £334m.
Sage has acquired Verus Financial Management, the US credit card and cheque processing company, for £184m.
Sage, the accountancy software company, is to recruit a further 100 customer support staff at its head office in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Sage Group is to acquire Adonix, the French business management software company, for £78m.
Sage Group has acquired Cogestib, the French supplier of business management solutions, for £7.7m.
Sage Group is to acquire Logic Control, the Spanish supplier of business management software, for £55m.
Sage is to recruit a further 100 staff at its new headquarters in Newcastle Great Park over the next six months, with vacancies in customer service, technical support, telesales and marketing.
Sage is to acquire Symfonia, the Polish supplier of business management software, for £10m.
Sage has acquired Simultan, the Swiss supplier of accounting and payroll software, for £11m.
Sage has acquired Federal Liaison Services for £9.7m, in order to expand its payroll outsourcing service in the US.
Sage has acquired IntelligentApps, the London-based software company with turnover of £1m, as well as George Stamford, the holding company of Advanced Paypoint Solutions.
Sage is to acquire ACCPAC, the US supplier of accounting and customer relationship management software, for £62m.
Sage has completed the acquisition of Softline, the South African supplier of business management software.
Sage Group has acquired Grupo SP, the Spanish supplier of accounting software, for £49m.
Sage has acquired Timberline Software, the US supplier of business software, for £64m.
Sage has acquired Concept Group, the French financial software company, for up to £6.5m.
Sage has announced plans to create a further 200 jobs at the new headquarters for its accounting software business in Newcastle next year.
Sage has acquired CPASoftware, the US accountancy software supplier, for £9m.
Sage has acquired Coala, the French supplier of business management software, for £13m.
Sage is to acquire Micro Information Products, the US provider of specialised business applications for non-profit organisations, for £14m.
Sage is to acquire Interact, the US supplier of customer relationship management software, for £183m.
Sage is seeking acquisitions to expand its accounting software business, and is particularly interested in the US, France and Germany.
Sage has acquired Apex Software International, the Irish supplier of computer-based services to accountants, for £16m.
Sage has pledged to create 600 jobs at its Newcastle-upon-Tyne headquarters over the next three years, and is waiting for approval to be given for the proposed expansion of Newcastle Great Park.
Sage is acquiring CSM, the Birmingham-based developer of tax software, from Freecom.net for £9m.
Sage is acquiring Ubiquis, the French developer of e-commerce software, in a £20m deal.
Sage has acquired Best, the US supplier of back-office software, for £272m, in order to offer a more comprehensive package to small and medium-sized US companies.
Sage has acquired Hartley International, the Bristol-based supplier of accountancy software, for £2.5m.
Sage, the accounting software company, has announced plans to move into a new 475,000 sq ft office at the Newcastle Great Park development, as part of an expansion programme that will create up to 1,000 jobs in the north east.
Sage is planning to recruit an additional 300 customer support technicians and telesales staff in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in order to cope with rising demand for its accounting software products.
Sage is set to acquire Tetra, the business software company, for £77m.
Sage is to acquire Peachtree, the US software company, for £88m, in order to double its customer base to about 2m.
Sage is acquiring State of the Art, a Californian supplier of accountancy software, for £160m in its largest acquisition to date.
Sage has sold its Dataform print management business to management for £7.2m.
Sage has acquired KHK Software, the German accounting software concern, for £40m, giving it immediate leadership of the German market.
Sage Group has bought Sybel Informatique, the French financial software concern, for £16.2m.