According to this LinkedIn job posting in 2014 Sage created a global marketing department to promote their Sage One entry level SaaS solution. Now the company is seeking a Head of Marketing to manage the process including “buy-in from all stakeholders (up to ExCo and down into the local teams)”.
In their latest annual report Sage indicated 86,000 paying Sage One subscriptions – 146% increase from the prior year.
Sage One is our global cloud solution for start-up and small businesses. Following its launch in the UK & Ireland (“UKI”) in 2011, Sage One is now commercially available in 10 countries including the US, Canada, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland and South Africa.
The relatively recent launch of Sage One, together with its low monthly subscription, means it is not yet a material contributor to Group revenue. However, Sage One is an important product in helping us to grow market share amongst start-up and small businesses.
The main Sage One development team is based in the UK. The architecture of Sage One is modular so that regional development teams can build functionality addressing local legislation that seamlessly plugs in to the core product. Examples of these modules include quotations in France and debit notes in Spain.