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The Sage Group is keeping close tabs on the UK economy amid fears of the "exposed risk of a renewed recession". The mid-market British accounting software maker hit out after posting first half revenues of £661.2m, up 2 per cent for the period ended 31 March excluding results of the disposed US healthcare biz. Sales included a …

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I can't believe that thing is still limping along

It was crap 13 years ago, when Navision was still owned by people in Europe someplace and I'll bet it's even more crap now. It's like "the software that time forgot," except that instead of dying off around the time Win 3.11 did, it seemed to hang on leech like in accounting departments like some parasite. Ugh!

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Re: I can't believe that thing is still limping along

13 years ago! Thats a bloody long time ago to be making current day assumptions.

With profits, growth and revenue up every year for the last 10 years they must be doing something right.

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Re: I can't believe that thing is still limping along

Make it a bit cheaper which makes it competative.,

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The world economy sucks

There is definitely no indication of a steady, even slow recovery at this point. It sucks.

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