Sage has published a media guide to prep its channel members in a document that also shows its channel events are closed to the media. I suppose other companies provide media guides, but this is the one I happen to have. The trend continues that Sage is largely focused on providing information about its celebrity speakers: Richard Branson, Zoey Deschannel, Gwyneth Paltrow and Robert Herjavec, who will be a panel on the impact of cloud computing.
Nancy Harris, who has run Sage operations in Canada for several years, will become EVP of Sage's North American partner and accountant business. Her prior job is being filled by Paul Struthers as EVP and managing director of Sage Canada. He will be based in Richmond, Ontario. Struthers had worked at Amdocs since January 2001 and was VP and GM in his last position there starting in July 2014.
Sage CEO Steve Kelly said this were there are 15,000 individuals registered for Sage Summit. And there are another 15,000 who has signed up to watch remotely the United Kingdom-based CEO said this week in a tweet. So is this a half full glass or half empty? It's a good number, but the total does not meet the 20,000 the company told exhibitors it would get.
Now that he has endorsed Hilary Clinton as the Democratic nominee for president, Sen. Bernie Sanders will appear in a series of TV commercials in which he is asked, "How do you get to the White House?" Seated in front of a Vermont country store, he drawls, "You can't get there from here." He is also contemplating a series of Vermont Fried Chicken restaurants featuring fried chicken and maple syrup.
The Copley Consulting Group was named Partner of the Year by Infor at the company's recent Partner Summit. Copley has been one of the success stories in Infor's microvertical program through its utilization of Infor Industrial Cloud Suite [SyteLine] to develop a thriving medical device business.