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Sage Summit 2015 keynotes available online

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Sage Summit 2015 was  July 27-30, 2015 in New Orleans, LA. During this event, CEO Stephen Kelly outlined Sage’s strategy for the coming years including the elimination of “end of life”, “forced migration” and “ERP” from Sage’s vocabulary.

The videos of each keynote are posted online. You may view each of them including Sage’s calling out of ERP as  “Expense, Regret, Pain” and development of themselves as the champion of small business. If you could not make the trip to the conference this is an excellent way to catch up on the major announcements.

Sage Summit 2015 Keynote Videos

Sage Partner Day at Sage Summit details- Monday July 27, 2015 1pm ET

Partner Day Agenda

Sage today hosted a conference call to review their partner day schedule which is slated for Monday July 27, 2015 beginning at 1pm in the main conference area.

Expect the event to kickoff with a keynote from Sage Globa CEO Stephen Kelly promptly at 1pm.

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Sage Summit 2015 Conference , Event and Entertainment Map

Are you attending Sage Summit 2015 July 27-30, 2015 in New Orleans? If so we have some recommendations on things to do and places to see. Compliments of Google Maps these hotels, conference centers, bars, restaurants and tourist attractions are only a click away.

Have an event that we should considering listing on the map? Email wayne.schulz@90minds.com

 

Sage Summit 2015 Update: 7,500+ Attendees, 150+ Sponsors

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In a mailing to channel partners Sage have reiterated their expected attendance for Sage Summit 2015 July 27-30, 2015 in New Orleans. According to the mailing Sage expects over 7,500 people to attend which includes over 150 sponsors/exhibitors.

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Sage Summit 2015: Additional Thought Leader Speakers Revealed (update)

sage_summit_thought_leadersOn the Sage partner sales call April 16, 2015 – Sage VP Marketing Sophie Leguillette stated that speakers for the July 27-30, 2015 Sage Summit 2015 would be revealed on a “rolling thunder” basis via social media and other less traditional avenues.

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