Sage’s move to remove its top American management wasn’t unusual. It was dramatic. But it was not unusual in the sense that the leadership of much of the accounting software market has changed. Mike Braun replaced a CEO at Intacct who was sent packing. Steve Bennett is retiring from Intuit to be replaced by SVP Brad Smith.

Add the departures together at Microsoft Business Solutions, the group that markets the Dynamics accounting and CRM line, and not much less dramatic than the Sage house cleaning. It just didn’t happen at one time.

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