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Financial management and accounting software developer Sage Intacct has launched its platform in Australia. The company, formerly known as Intacct, was bought by Sage in 2017. This expansion is part of Sage’s plan to establish a firm hold on the midsize market.

Following the acquisition of Intacct by Sage in 2017, Sage announced it would make Sage Intacct available to customers in new markets as part of Sage Business Cloud, with local statutory and legislative requirements available as standard.

Sage Intacct's cloud financial management platform is modular, allowing users to choose which capabilities they need and pay only for those. It also offers open application programming interfaces, allowing for the connection of a range of third-party apps.

“We are strongly committed to addressing the pain points of Australian businesses with technology that helps their organizations to thrive,” said Kerry Agiasotis, managing director and executive vice president of Sage Asia Pacific, in a statement. “That’s why we have invested in bringing Sage Intacct to Australia, with which we believe we can set a new standard for Australian finance leaders on their journey to drive digital transformation.”

Down under, Sage Intacct will be sold and implemented through value-added resellers, with certified Australian business partners at the time of launch being Akuna Solutions, Alphasys, Aptus, Forpoint Solutions, Guintabell, Microchannel, Progressive Business Technologies and Resonant Software Solutions. Australian customers will also have access to the Sage Intacct marketplace, which offers apps and add-ons that can be used with the software.

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