“We aim to ignite the minds of the talented new aged business leaders of the country. Sage targets to leverage on its global best practices and develop various customer-centric initiatives and innovative solutions for SMBs in India,” said Siddhartha.The company believes that SMEs play a vital role for the growth of Indian economy by contributing 45% of the industrial output, 40% of exports, 42 million in employment, create one million jobs every year and produce more than 8,000 quality products for the Indian and international markets. As a result, SMEs and MSMEs have greater opportunities for growth and penetration across sectors. The launch coincided with the ‘Innovation for Growth’ forum, organized by Sage Software Solutions, to bring SMEs on to a single platform and “help them devise an actionable plan to steer business growth.” Besides Sage X3, the company also has another ERP solution — Sage 300, which differs from the former that it is desktop-based only. The latter though can be hosted via a partner for a “cloud-like” experience.
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