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Webcast series: Inefficiency Kills Growth: How Leading Companies Manage Growth and Maintain Momentum

For many businesses, growth can be both a gift and a curse. Growth can mean positive revenue and personal fulfillment, but it can also mean change. For some, change is operational, such as identifying new technologies, business models and infrastructures; it can also be changes in human resources, competition, and much more.

Approximately 48 percent of business leaders say they worry that if growth is not properly planned their companies will not be able to maintain their quality and customer satisfaction. [1]

Sage has partnered with the Aberdeen Group to host a three-part webinar series that will help your organization unlock the tools needed to grow successfully in 2017.

Part 1: Wednesday, February 15, 2017, 2:00 PM EST
Part 2: Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 2:00 PM EST
Part 3: Wednesday, March 29, 2017, 2:00 PM EST

Throughout this series you will discover the key strategies for handling typical challenges, such as:

  • Lack of insight into daily and upcoming business conditions
  • Inability to be agile
  • Increased inefficiency, leading to higher costs

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Our "Guest Bloggers" come from a variety of backgrounds and companies. They can be Sage people, Sage Business Partners, Independent Software Vendors, Thought Leaders or Analysts, that have valuable knowledge, expertise and experience on a variety of different subjects and topics.

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