Sage Solution Innovation Partner of the Year

10/01/2022 By: Alison Ward

We recently attended the FY22 Sage UK&I Partner Kick-off at The Belfry Hotel & Resort. The event was an opportunity for Sage to share their FY22 purpose, ambition, values, and strategy and brought Sage partners together to network and hear about Sage’s vision for the future.

As a strategic Sage ISV (Independent Software Vendor), we were invited to exhibit to meet Sage partners and showcase our manufacturing solutions for Sage; Cim50 and Cim200. It was great to catch up with many new and existing Sage business partners during the event.

The event was capped off with a Sage partner awards ceremony and we are pleased to announce that CIM Software was named the ‘Sage Solution Innovation Partner of the Year, 2021’.

The Solution Innovation Partner of the Year is a new award, open to the entire ISV ecosystem, to enter their innovative solutions for Sage products.

The award was presented by Paul Emsley-Martin, Vice President, Partners & Ecosystems, Sage UKI to Martin Conner, Commercial Manager of CIM Services, and upon presenting this award, Paul shared the following comments:

“This is a new award which was open to the whole ecosystem to enter. Thanks to all those who took the time and effort to enter the award. All entries were shared amongst colleagues at Sage, with the ‘top 3 most voted for ISVs’ going forward to the judging panel.”

“This ISV partner shared how their new carbon emissions module has enabled a Sage customer to demonstrate that they have a complete overview of emissions output when manufacturing their product. Helping keep Sage relevant in the manufacturing space, congratulations!”

Thank you!

As a business we are extremely proud and honoured to have won this solution innovation award, which is a testament to all the hard work involved by the team, our partners, and our customers.

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