Sage One is Sage’s relatively new service offering very small businesses an all in one suite to manage their accounting, projects, tasks, invoices and sharing of data. It goes head to head with a variety of other collaboration services that provide similar services – some offering more and some offering less.
However, recently Sage One added the ability to not only invoice but facilitate payment as well.
“In this economy everyone is doing more with less, and this is especially true for entrepreneurs,” said Mike Savory, product manager for Sage One. “With the integration of Sage Payment Solutions, busy entrepreneurs can get paid faster and spend more time on growing their businesses, rather than chasing down payment from their customers, reconciling invoices, and wasting time going to the bank.”
Many of us use a myriad of point solutions from Freshbooks, to Outright, to Quickbooks (which has built in invoicing and accounting), ASANA, Google Docs, Office365 and dozens of other great services.
Services, such as Sage One, that provide an all in one solution make it easier for solo professionals to manage their teams and their business.
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