Adapt with digital speed with Sage Partner Cloud
We’ve all had to reconsider our methods of operation in this new post-pandemic phase of life. Today, it is expected of all organizations to be adaptable and economical.
Sage created the Sage Partner Cloud for this reason—so you can continue to use your Sage 100 or Sage 300 and do business as usual while adjusting to the new standard.
Features and benefits of moving to the cloud
Scale to meet your needs, when you need it
Moving your Sage 100 or Sage 300 solution to the cloud gives you the flexibility to scale as your company grows.
You can count on higher availability with minimal downtime when you move Sage 100 or Sage 300 to an accredited cloud provider. Plus, you’ll benefit from automatic backups to ensure that your data is protected.
Flexible deployment options
DSD will work with you to find the right cloud solution to fit your business needs.
Seamless, effortless migration
Work the way you always have, from anywhere. DSD will handle a swift and effortless migration to the cloud for your Sage 100 or Sage 300 solution, with no retraining necessary.
Always be prepared
In 2020 we all learned that huge disruptions in our daily lives called for changes in how we do business as well. With Sage 100 or Sage 300 hosted in the cloud, you can help prevent major disruptions to your work and achieve better business continuity, despite any challenges outside of your control.
Cloud providers invest heavily in security to ensure the utmost data security of its customers. For example, Microsoft Azure has invested $1B in security and employs over 3,500 security experts1 to ensure that your data is backed by Azure security.
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