EVP and managing director, she had led the Sage small business segment since the days when Sage 50 (U.S.) was known as Peachtree. She joined Sage after an 11-year career with software companies, including Management Science America, which became part of Dun & Bradstreet software. In more recent years at Sage, her responsibilities broadened into the mid-market accounting products. Recounting history led me to Peachtree’s IPO offering in 1998, which was withdrawn in March 1999 after four months, and a long-forgotten fact that the company was a subsidiary of ADP at the time. The reason for the withdrawal was Sage’s acquisition of Peachtree for about $145 millionLast modified on Wednesday, 23 August 2017
CERTUSI LEAVES SAGE Featured
Connie Certusi, one of the last executive holdovers from Sage’s earlier days, has left the company. In a Facebook post, Certusi announced that July 14 was her last day at Sage after 21.5 years.