The right tools you need for your small business according to Sage

Peterjohn Bishop is the vp of Partners, Accountants and Alliances for Africa and Middle East at Sage.

He is expert in business course of design, software documentation, business intelligence, business course of enchancment, and telecommunications.

Bishop began his career at Sage as a junior guide and moved up the ranks, taking over the roles of initiatives consulting supervisor and nationwide consulting supervisor earlier than being appointed as director {of professional} providers in October 2016.

He was promoted to vp of providers for Africa and the Middle East till his appointment to his present position in October 2019.

Bishop is accountable for rising, growing, and enabling Sage’s regional community of business companions, accountants and strategic alliance companions – working carefully with companions to build a customer-focused SaaS ecosystem that helps companies to speed up development.

In the primary episode of Business Talk – Owning it with Sage, Bishop shares perception into the tools that Sage supplies for small business house owners to assist them perceive their business higher, make higher selections, and supply higher outcomes for clients and workers.

Bishop explains how the newly launched Sage Business Cloud Marketplace in South Africa supplies clients with a curated number of cloud-native and cloud-connected apps to assist companies carry out at their finest.

He additionally particulars the advantages accessible to small companies that use the capabilities of cloud options – together with dramatically enhanced buyer expertise, and higher course of automation and self-service capabilities for impartial software distributors.

Business Talk – Owning it with Sage is hosted by Michael Avery and options discussions with South Africa’s prime finance, SME, and fintech specialists.

The full interview with PJ Bishop is embedded beneath. Find all of the Business Talk – Owning it with Sage interviews right here.

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