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Accounting software provider Sage has launched a partner programme for the Australian market, with Morphate and Parvero becoming the first local Salesforce partners to offer Sage Live, and the inaugural Australian members of the global partner programme.

Sage Australia vice-president of ANZ Sales, Natalie Chrara, said the company was proud to be working with two brands, “well-known in the Salesforce community for their innovative solutions and absolute commitment to their customers”.

“Parvero and Morphate have a fantastic reputation for their customer focus and results.  With Sage Live they now have a solution that easily integrates with their customers’ existing platforms and opens up new opportunities for them in the cloud accounting space. We’d love to hear from similar companies looking for ways to grow from extending their offer to customers beyond CRM.”

Morphtate works with not-for-profit organisations in Australia and New Zealand by delivering them product solutions built on the Salesforce platform and Parvero focuses on cloud solutions specifically for small to medium business.

“We have several customers on the Salesforce platform who are looking for a market leading business management solution, so partnering with Sage and being able to offer Sage Live to these customers is the perfect fit for our business. Having the best of both worlds and being able to offer these benefits to our customers is the best possible outcome,” said Peter Chalmers, chief executive of Morphate and Parvero.

Chrara says the Sage Live channel is supported by the partner programme and new Sage Live partners will profit from a global programme with benefits including referrals, service opportunities, training and marketing investment.


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