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Sage Continues Its Housecleaning Effort
After engaging in a soul-searching exercise a while back, which has lately resulted with more coherent strategies in some regions, and with the recent public

opening stock example  Group announced at the opening of trading at the London Stock Exchange on February 15, 2013, that it has reached a definitive agreement to  sell Sage Nonprofit Solutions to Accel-KKR , and ACT! and SalesLogix to Swiftpage . Accel-KKR has extensive expertise in accelerating the growth of software companies in vertical industry segments,  KANA Software being one example . The investment firm brings a wealth of operational best practices and strategic insight to its portfolio companies and is a good

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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