Sage People opens new US office

Charlotte Nicol
Published on 2nd July 2015
1 min read

Sage People, which helps mid-sized, multinational companies acquire, engage, manage and develop their people through global, easy-to-use cloud-based HR software, has established its North American subsidiary at the University of Central Florida’s Business Incubator in the Central Florida Research Park.

It recently joined the incubation program’s Soft Landing program, which provides flexible office space, business contacts and other services for a limited period of time to companies from outside Metro Orlando wanting to establish operations in Orlando to grow their US business.

“Sage People got their start in a university-based incubator in Reading, U.K,” stated Swinda Salazar-Piquemal, President of the Americas.  “It was natural for us to look for a similar incubator to support our growing US-based operations.”

Sage People, which recently reported annual year-to-date growth of 150 percent and a five-year growth rate of more than 1,000 percent, was named by Deloitte as one of the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in the U.K in 2014. It also has a presence on the West Coast in San Francisco. 

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