Cloud Service Provider Sagenext Runs Extended Seasonal Promotion to January 10, 2019
December 27, 2018
Cloud service provider Sagenext Infotech LLC (Sagenext) is running an extended seasonal promotion beyond the festive season to January 10, 2019. Sagenext, which has headquarters in Augusta, Georgia, United States, was established in 2008. The company specializes in cloud hosting for ‘QuickBooks’ - Intuit’s accounting software package. With SAS70 II, SSAE and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)-certified Tier4 data centers located in Dallas, Seattle, Washington, New York and Amsterdam, Netherlands, the company offers a secure cloud computing environment for accountants. It also offers traditional web hosting and website development alongside other web-related services. Sagenext’s current promotion extends to QuickBooks cloud, Sage hosting, and tax software hosting plans.
Sagenext’s promotion extends to new customers signing up for accounting applications like QuickBooks and Sage Products, and tax applications like Lacerte, UltraTax, TaxWise, Proseries and Drake Tax Software. Those signing up for chosen Sagenext’s services “get an instant discount of 15% on both shared hosting and dedicated hosting plans”. This also applies to MS Office, Payroll software, “and/or any such desktop-based application necessary for modern businesses to have a streamlined accounting practice”. Those wishing to benefit from Sagenext’s promotion add the ‘HOLIDAYS2018’ coupon code during any online purchase made before January, 10 2019.
“Global accounting industry has embraced cloud technology wholeheartedly and we, at Sagenext, have always thrived on the concept of being the technology partner and enabler for our valued clients for seamless business practice. In fact, this philosophy has allowed us to work towards achieving ‘Customer Delight’ – a step further to achieving ‘Customer Satisfaction’, and our Holiday Season offer is only going to add more to our commitment,” explained Sagenext’s Head of Technical Sales, Ned Adams.
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