Sage on Azure

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Why use Sage?

Businesses worldwide are changing the way they deploy and consume software, moving away from on-premise applications to more convenient and cost-effective cloud options. SME’s can now leverage the power of ERP and CRM workloads with hybrid and cloud-only deployments.

Running on-premises accounting software often attracts many challenges and the Sage software migration to Azure aims to address these challenges. 

Choosing Sunesis Consulting to migrate Sage50, Sage 300, Sage Evolution or Sage X3 means you get all of the benefits of the cloud and eliminate many of the drawbacks of on-premise accounting software.

Access your sage centrally from anywhere

No need to have multiple branch, country or outlet instances of Sage. You will get real-time access to data and reduce manual consolidation efforts.


High Availability & Security

Azure is able to address many of your pain points. By hosting Sage on Azure servers and accessing it over the internet means there’s no need to buy, set up, configure, or maintain dedicated Sage server hardware on your premises.


Get Real-time Business Insights from Sage

Backed by over 17 years of experience in building reports & dashboards using Microsoft Power BI, we help you to get insights on your Sage data and make Sage work better for.


Rationalize your Investments and reduce operating costs

Get a global, hyper-scalable Azure infrastructure that saves you money by only having to pay for the resources that you actually use without necessarily compromising on security.


Our Success Stories

Sage on Azure


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