Sage wants YOU to be featured during Sage Summit 2012 in the opening video segment and is requesting videos to be submitted. They’re reaching out to everyone to participate. Continue reading
Sage provides several options to stay connected with Sage Summit 2012. They recently added Sage facewall and the People Finder mobile app will be coming soon in July. Continue reading
Just a quick reminder that Early-Bird registration ends in TWO WEEKS on Thursday, May 31, 2012. Registration fees increase after this date (not by much) but why not take advantage of lower registration costs, while you can.
The Sage events team calls Nashville, “More than a one-hit wonder”. With so many things to do in Music City, it couldn’t get much better unless you multiplied it by 2. Combining business and vacation travel is a great way to share a memorable experience with someone close to you. You’ll also find that you can save a lot of money at the same time.
Sage launched a new website today, May 16th, 2012. It was reported earlier that Sage had previously maintained over 40 websites for the organization. As Sage states, “This new website will be the single source of information for all Sage products.”
Interesting fact: sage.com was first registered in March, 1997.
Old Norse is one of the Nordic languages spoken by the inhabitants of Scandinavia and their overseas settlements during the Viking Ages. The language was still in use as late as the 1300′s. Old Norse was divided into three dialects: Old East Norse and Old West Norse spread among Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Then there was Old Gutnish spoken in the Baltic Islands. (they just had to be different than everyone else)
The word ‘Community’ has a couple of different meanings depending on how it’s used, but all are closely related. It usually refers to a group of interacting people with some proximity in common, or a society of living organisms helping each other. On their website, Sage refers to ‘Community‘ in three ways: Sage Summit, Sage Online Communities, and Social Media. All three are different, but closely related in how they form groups of interacting people helping each other. (Ah.ha…now you realize why this is a Three Part blog about Community)
Would you like me to let you in on a secret? Ok…listen closely….there is a place you can go to find ‘insider’ information not found anywhere else. (no, really) You can ask questions and receive help from knowledgeable people with working results about your issues. (it’s true) You will even discover solutions to problems that you didn’t know existed! (I didn’t know either) Continue reading
Sage North America is more than a business management software company focused on markets located in the United States. In fact, they support more than 3.2 million customers throughout the U.S, Canada, and Mexico. Over 500,000 of these Customers are located in Canada alone. Sage has strong networks established well beyond U.S. boundaries and that often gets overlooked. (sorry, but I wasn’t looking either) Continue reading
Online registration is convenient, informational, and easily completed (for the most part). I often find that it’s better than speaking with someone because I can go at my own pace and take time to review any additional information that applies to me. (we’re all special in our own way) Continue reading
You’ll quickly recognize a lot of emphasis placed on networking events, social media, and activities connecting people, when visiting the Sage Summit 2012 website. It’s a positive indication that the event is all about interacting with people. I guess you could say it’s people who power Sage Summit.
Country music finds its roots in the 1920′s from the rural southern states. The Grand Ole Opry started broadcasting in 1925 and quickly became popular with its one-hour “barn dance” show. It featured top performing artists from a variety of backgrounds that included country, bluegrass, folk, gospel, and comedy skits. Today, live broadcasts continue and are heard by millions of listeners each Friday and Saturday night at 7 p.m. from WSM-AM radio, XM 56, and Sirius 64. The Grand Ole Opry is a music legend and known as the Home of American Music and country musics “Most Famous Stage”. Continue reading
If you’re planning to hoof it to Sage Summit 2012, you’re in luck. No need to read any further, you have the day off. Have a nice weekend. This also applies to anyone skipping, skating, biking, jogging, riding public transportation, automobile driving, freight train hopping, personal aircraft flying, and ALL modes of transportation used on the Cumberland River. (my neighbor is a Cumberland, I wonder if he’s related) If you are defying gravity on an airline flight into Nashville International Airport (usually requiring at least two flights to reach), then read on. Continue reading
I just learned that a friend of mine is writing articles on his company website about topics I’m really interested in. He has a lot going for him because he is passionate about his job, the website is great, newsletters are regularly emailed, and they have a strong presence on facebook. Unfortunately, they do not send any notifications when new articles are posted. I feel disconnected… Continue reading