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Sage North America Introduces Sage One Invoicing

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Sage North America has launched Sage One Invoicing, a new cloud solution for small businesses and entrepreneurs.

Available for $9 per month, Sage One Invoicing is designed to give small business owners the tools to get paid faster, more efficiently, and with a more professional look. Monthly subscriptions also include unlimited access to online and phone support.

“There are many choices in the market today for online invoicing solutions, but some are too complicated for a small business’ needs and others don’t offer enough functionality,” stated Sage One product manager Mike Savory. “Sage One Invoicing is just right for business owners who want to look professional, get paid faster, and get back to doing what they love.”

Sage One Invoicing users have the option to upgrade to Sage One Standard Edition at any time, where they will have access to accounting and task-tracking features. Additionally, those users may invite their clients to use Sage One Invoicing or Sage One Standard to access real-time financial data.

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