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The Sage Advice Podcast is dedicated to the possibility that entrepreneurs continue the work of creation. We celebrate them by allowing them to tell their stories and share their knowledge with others. In doing so we energize the success of businesses around the world through the imagination of our people and the power of technology.

Feb 25, 2014

In this episode, Ed Kless interviews Chris Williamson, general manager of Nextec Group's Sage ERP X3 division. 

NexTec Group is a leading business solutions provider, delivering comprehensive ERP, CRM and sales automation solutions targeted to the unique needs of our clients. With more than 18 years of experience, we...


Feb 21, 2014

This episode features an interview with Tom Hood the CEO of the Maryland Association of CPAs. The conversation focuses on the current reality for CPAs and the possiblities for the future. 

Tom was named the second most influential leader in the CPA Profession in Accounting Today’s 2013 list of the Top 100...


Feb 18, 2014

In this episode, Ed Kless interviews Paul Ziliak of xkZero. Topics include: mobility, Sage ERP X3.

xkzero creates technologies to further the success of companies with supply chain management and distribution needs. Our specialty is Sage ERP and our focus is creating functional and technological solutions that are...


Feb 11, 2014

In this episode Ed Kless interviews the founder and president of Keystone Software, Bill Delgado.

Keystone Software Solutions, Inc. is a leading provider of integrated accounting, business management, payroll, CRM and fixed asset solutions for small to mid-sized companies in Pennsylvania and surrounding states. 

We work...


Feb 4, 2014

In the episode Ed Kless interview Dennis Karus, COO of Software Link in Atlanta, GA.

Software Link, Inc. established in 1996 is a business application and consulting company providing solutions, strategies, processes and best practices to meet client information and business management needs. Serving the SME market...