Enterprise financial management software company Sage is bringing a series of one-day events to 10 cities around North America. The Sage Sessions, as they are called, are learning, training and networking opportunities for Sage customers, and those interested in learning more about the company's solutions.

The first Sage Session will take place in Los Angeles on Feb. 13 at the the Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites. Throughout the year, Sage will hold these events in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, New York and Seattle; and in Canada, Sage Sessions will be held in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.

Nancy Harris, executive vice president and managing director of Sage North America, and former CPA John Garrett will be keynote speakers at each session. Harris will provide an overview of Sage’s strategy and Sage Business Cloud, as well as how Sage provides solutions that support business growth for companies of all sizes.

In addition to Q&A sessions, Sage experts will lead breakout sessions on various topics, and in-depth product demonstrations that feature the latest products from Sage’s technology portfolio, as well as provide tips for creating better business strategies using Sage solutions.

Sage will also showcase its tax solutions, which the company reports are being updated to aid compliance with the new tax laws.

Attendees will have the chance to meet with Sage’s sponsors and independent software vendors as well.

“On the heels of a successful Sage Summit in Atlanta, we’ll be bringing smaller events directly to our customers and partners in their local markets across North America,” said Harris. “Sage Session attendees will discover how to fully leverage our business management solutions and hear how other Sage customers are leveraging the Sage Business Cloud to transform the way they work and grow their business in a highly connected, global economy.”

Early bird pricing for the Sage Sessions is $29 per attendee, and the full price is $49. For more information, click here.

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