A continued focus on customer experience, cloud and mobile initiatives and payments -- along with staying the branding and product course laid out over the past two years -- was the primary tone of this year’s Sage Summit user and partner event.

Sage North America chief executive Pascal Houillon and, for the first time at Summit, Sage Plc CEO Guy Berruyer addressed the large but comparatively reduced crowd of partners and some users at the Gaylord National Harbor in Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C. The reduction in crowd -- approximately 1800 in attendance -- was primarily due to Sage’s sale of its Nonprofit, SalesLogix and ACT! groups, which was mentioned by both CEOs whose primary focus was on the company’s accomplishments over the past year and less about major product, branding, or reorganization news.

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