Sage Software (formerly Best Software) announced today that it has been named a recipient of a "Technology and Automation's Hottest Award" by Constructech Commercial, a trade magazine for construction professionals, and a winner of a "Hottest Company of the Year" Award by Start magazine, a trade publication for manufacturing executives.
The recognition highlights Sage Software's product advancements and underscores the company's vertical market initiative, an ongoing commitment to meet customers' industry-specific needs through product innovations, integration, and a migration strategy that encourages customers for life.
Constructech Commercial magazine editors selected winners of the Technology and Automation's Hottest Awards based on the recipient's innovative solutions, company strengths, and uniqueness within the industry. Led by its Sage Timberline Office product suite, Sage Software's commercial construction focus is backed by nearly 35 years of experience.
Sage Timberline Office was the first solution to offer a fully integrated approach to accommodate the entire building lifecycle, from concept and estimate, to construction, and on through to occupancy and maintenance.
Furthering its construction vertical market strengths, Sage Software has also introduced Peachtree by Sage Premium Accounting 2006 for Construction for small businesses.
For manufacturing, Start magazine editors emphasized product innovation, versatility, and company performance in announcing their selections for Hottest Companies of the Year. Sage Software was selected from nearly 100 entrants. Sage Software has offered industry-leading business applications for manufacturing and distribution for more than 25 years. The company markets a variety of vertical solutions for midmarket discrete and mixed-mode manufacturers including Sage MAS 90 ERP, Sage MAS 200 ERP, Sage MAS 500 ERP, Sage Accpac ERP, Sage Pro ERP, and more.
Sage PFW 100 ERP is ideal for process manufacturers, and the company recently introduced Peachtree by Sage Premium Accounting 2006 for Manufacturing, which integrates specialized production functions with accounting for small businesses. In addition to construction and manufacturing, Sage Software's "best fit" focus for vertical industry needs also includes products for distribution, real estate, nonprofit, and accounting practices. Businesses can begin with a recommended core accounting package and select additional Sage Software applications such as CRM, HR, fixed asset management and others as their business needs dictate. As their businesses grow, they have a clear migration path to more robust applications within their industry.