Sage Receives Award for Technical Support

Sage Software has received the Software Technical Assistance Recognition (STAR) Award from the Software Support Professionals Association (SSPA). This is the fourth consecutive year the software giant was awarded this honor, and the only company that has ever won the award this many years in a row.

Sage was called the 'best in the business' by Bill Rose, SSPA founder and executive director. In the Sustained Performance category, Sage also received an award for the second year in a row.

Sage is the maker of such popular products as DacEasy, MAS 90, BusinessWorks and Peachtree. It has a vast reseller network and has long been an extremely well-respected provider to the accounting software marketplace.

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