Recently our CMO, Marcus Leathwood, has had a discussion with Sage and IDC around Cloud Solutions. With the IT industry going through a huge change brought about by customer demand combined with the four disruptive technologies; Cloud, Mobile, Big Data analytics and Social, it is interesting to hear Marcus' view on how Cloud is forcing change in the way the business channel operates.
Here at Acuity we pay close attention to the trends in our customer base. We look closely at the nature of our support calls and the content of dialogue with both existing and prospective customers. Over the last few months reporting and analysis have been highly prominent – a trend we believe reflects the huge extent to which technology is part of our everyday lives and the fact that so many of our daily activities are data-driven.
Following our recent blogs; Sage Live...back in the kitchen! and An interview with our CEO and COO on Sage Live, Salesforce and Kimble, I wanted to write a blog explaining the 5 top reasons to move to Sage Live.
In this short video, our CMO, Marcus Leathwood, introduces our Acuity Vlog series. We will be releasing short vlogs explaining a little bit more about who Acuity are and what we do as well as some of the values we drive to our customer base.
Less than one week until we take part in The Big Give Live, powered by the brilliant Philanthropitch at #SageSummit
We often speak about one version of the truth. All data in one place with complete visibility of everything going on in the business. Authorisation processes for payments, purchases and alike all within one system.
It’s a bit of a salesman stereotype, but cars are important to me. I’ve owned many interesting cars over the years, mostly pre-children – a right hand drive Porsche 964RS, a BMW M5 Touring, and two Caterham Superlight R500s, among others. Motorbikes are a similar weakness – I have had many, including a very nice Ducati 999R. My middle-aged knees won’t take that now so I have a BMW S1000XR.
Topics: Company Car
So in a week and a half I don't need to leave the country as Sage Summit will be held in my backyard at London Excel... in July last year I visited Chicago for 4 days. However, this year, you only need to travel across town to London Excel to attend an event focused specifically for StartUp, ScaleUp, Entrepreneurs and even Enterprise businesses.
It’s been a while since I was able to find the time to update the avid readers of my blog series on Sage Live and it’s evolution of late, but finally I find a short window of opportunity nestled between pan seared seabass and parsley-pepper new potatoes and a bottle of the finest Dezzani 2008 Barolo from time gone by.
Topics: Sage Live