Sage: Growing with ERP

Having moved from an entry-level Sage product to its mid-market ERP solution, the Imagine Group has been able to expand yet stay flexible, meeting the demands of a highly competitive market

24th March, 2012
Claire Mooney of Sage, Sinéad Hayes of Advent and Eimear Lawlar of Imagine.

Having established itself as Ireland's second-largest telecommunications company, the Imagine Group looked to facilitate further growth by centralising its back office processes and upgrading its business management software. The Sage 50 accounting package had served the company well for years, but it wasn't able to accommodate the firm's rapid expansion.

"While we were perfectly happy with Sage 50, it simply wasn't big enough to handle our growth. We needed a solution that could grow as our...

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