Ugh... Sage. I can't speak to their cloud offering, but I know that their traditional offering was stuck in a ca. 1995 mindset where a "server" computer meant that the head accountant (or the most technologically inclined) installed Sage on their machine first, making it the "server".
Want a comedy show? Look through the underlying database. Field names like "DoNotUse783", strange DB antipaterns everywhere, no extensibility.