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October 20, 1998
Sage Software Inc., the Irvine accounting software maker, will absorb its Dallas-based sister company, Sage U.S. Inc. Sage Software was formerly known as State of the Art. In March, the company was acquired for $263 million by The Sage Group PLC, a British accounting software conglomerate that also owns the Dallas firm. The merger will expand the Irvine company's access to research and development staff as well as expand its local employee base.
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July 11, 2000 | GREG HERNANDEZ
The tight labor market is forcing some companies to find ways to retain employees and has led to an increase in the use of Web technology to find job candidates, according to a recent poll of small businesses across the country. The poll found that 20% of the companies surveyed said they are offering more promotions, higher salaries, bonus plans, flex-time and are picking up the tab for job-related training or education. The poll by Sage Software Inc.
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BUSINESS
July 11, 2000 | GREG HERNANDEZ
The tight labor market is forcing some companies to find ways to retain employees and has led to an increase in the use of Web technology to find job candidates, according to a recent poll of small businesses across the country. The poll found that 20% of the companies surveyed said they are offering more promotions, higher salaries, bonus plans, flex-time and are picking up the tab for job-related training or education. The poll by Sage Software Inc.
BUSINESS
July 1, 1999
David R. Butler, chief operating officer of Sage Software Inc., the Irvine subsidiary of Sage Group plc, will take on the additional position of president. Butler joined the company in April 1996 from Lawson Software, a provider of business management software. David W. Hanna will continue as chief executive of Sage Software.
BUSINESS
July 19, 1998 | P.J. Huffstutter
State of the Art Inc., the Irvine accounting software maker that merged with British firm Sage Group PLC this spring, said Friday that it has changed its name to Sage Software Inc. The U.K. company, the leading provider of accounting software for small- to mid-sized businesses in Europe, owns 98.6% of the Irvine company's outstanding shares.
BUSINESS
February 4, 1999 | Jonathan Gaw
England-based Sage Group PLC has agreed to spend $145 million to purchase accounting software firm Peachtree Software, which will then become part of Sage's Irvine-based subsidiary, the companies said Wednesday. Atlanta-based Peachtree will fill out Sage Software Inc.'s line of accounting software with an accounting package targeted at small businesses and sold through retailers. Peachtree, a subsidiary of Automatic Data Processing Inc.
BUSINESS
July 1, 1999
David R. Butler, chief operating officer of Sage Software Inc., the Irvine subsidiary of Sage Group plc, will take on the additional position of president. Butler joined the company in April 1996 from Lawson Software, a provider of business management software. David W. Hanna will continue as chief executive of Sage Software.
BUSINESS
February 4, 1999 | Jonathan Gaw
England-based Sage Group PLC has agreed to spend $145 million to purchase accounting software firm Peachtree Software, which will then become part of Sage's Irvine-based subsidiary, the companies said Wednesday. Atlanta-based Peachtree will fill out Sage Software Inc.'s line of accounting software with an accounting package targeted at small businesses and sold through retailers. Peachtree, a subsidiary of Automatic Data Processing Inc.
BUSINESS
October 20, 1998
Sage Software Inc., the Irvine accounting software maker, will absorb its Dallas-based sister company, Sage U.S. Inc. Sage Software was formerly known as State of the Art. In March, the company was acquired for $263 million by The Sage Group PLC, a British accounting software conglomerate that also owns the Dallas firm. The merger will expand the Irvine company's access to research and development staff as well as expand its local employee base.
BUSINESS
July 19, 1998 | P.J. Huffstutter
State of the Art Inc., the Irvine accounting software maker that merged with British firm Sage Group PLC this spring, said Friday that it has changed its name to Sage Software Inc. The U.K. company, the leading provider of accounting software for small- to mid-sized businesses in Europe, owns 98.6% of the Irvine company's outstanding shares.
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