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The Sage Thought Leadership 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 29, 2024

Ann Donie explored the potential of their product to enhance customer productivity and offer advice on best practices. They also discussed anonymizing customer data and implementing appropriate security measures to improve the product. Ed suggested the product could suggest trade methods based on asset descriptions,...


Feb 6, 2024

Diane Gaa is a Learning Professional with over 20 years' experience in the learning industry specializing in executing transformation strategies for human resources and learning & development currently working at Sage as Director of Design, Experience and Technology.  Her passion is to help others become their best at...


Sep 12, 2023

Three words that encompass Cassie: Authentic, Determined, and Optimistic. Her passion has always been people and making a difference in their day with a simple interaction. Cultivating and building relationships, while adding value to the client experience adds fuel to the fire that drives her. Cassie's daily...


Jul 5, 2023

Jeff Richards is the Head of Training Program Development at Sage CRM, joining the team in 2001. He possesses a deep understanding of the challenges faced by business partners during implementations and regularly shares his expertise through writing and presentations on Sage CRM development. Jeff collaborates...


Mar 14, 2023

Keegan Fonte is the volunteer host of the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Brownbag meetup at Sage and is a Champion for the Continuous Innovation Community.  The AI Brownbag is a once-a-month meetup of folks interested in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.  Recently for example, they had...