Start with ONE and make accounting easier for your clients

Join the challenge. Sign up for Sage One Accountant Edition, invite your first client, and take advantage of the freedom and flexibility Sage One offers.

If you haven’t already signed up for Sage One Accountant Edition, it’s available at no cost to accounting professionals[1], so sign up today and become a more valued business advisor for your clients. Check out the Sage One Accountant Edition home page for information on the solution, including all the benefits it gives to both you and your clients.

Then, once you’re signed up, it’s time to take the challenge! That’s right, we challenge you to start with just one client. The question is, which client?

To help you out in taking this first step, we invite you to join us for this upcoming webcast designed for accounting professionals just like you!

Register for “Start with One” Webcast

Start with one and see for yourself!

Finding the right client is important, so what better way to learn how to find your first client than from another accounting professional who’s done it herself!

Attend this webcast on Monday, November 24, where Sage One Accountant Edition users Shala Scott and Jaime Rein will tell you how they got started in Sage One, how they found their first clients, and how they talked to them about Sage One. They’ll even answer some of your questions. If you can’t make it to the live webcast, that’s okay. Sign up anyway to let us know you’re in, and we’ll send you the recording.

Thanks again!

[1] For qualified professionals only. To receive and maintain access to Sage One Accountant Edition, you must be an accountant or bookkeeper providing professional accounting or bookkeeping services for multiple fee‐paying clients. If at any time Sage determines that you are no longer eligible, your access will be terminated.

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