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San Antonio , TX – Sep 21, 2010 – Sage North America announced today that it is serving as a Silver sponsor of the Association of Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) national conference, taking place this week in San Antonio, TX. On Friday evening, Sage will host the annual conference’s ‘State Stars’ awards ceremony, recognizing outstanding SBDC employees from each state.

“Sage supports more than 3.1 million small and midsized businesses across North America, just as the national network of SBDCs supports growing small businesses in communities across the USA,” said Jim Mullery, vice president, Sage North America. “It’s an honor for us to assist with this annual educational gathering for SBDC representatives, supporting them in their mission to help small businesses succeed.”

Representatives from Sage Abra HRMS, Sage ACT! contact management, and Sage Peachtree also will be on hand to answer questions in booth 506 at the conference. In addition, training sessions are planned for attendees to learn more about Sage ACT! and Sage Peachtree, led by Sage associate Katharine Stalcup and Sage Certified Consultant, Jennifer O’Brien, respectively.

About Sage North America

Sage North America is part of The Sage Group plc, a leading global supplier of business management software and services. Sage North America employs 4,000 people and supports 3.1 million small and midsized business customers. The Sage Group plc, formed in 1981, was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1989 and now employs 13,100 people and supports 6.2 million customers worldwide. For more information, please visit the website at www.sagenorthamerica.com.

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