Nextworld vs Sage

Nextworld is the no-code Enterprise Applications Platform (EAP) that adapts to the ever-changing needs of your business. Learn how it compares to the Sage ERP system.

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Why our advantage is important to you

Customize Applications
Build, configure, and deploy infinite custom solutions to meet your needs.
No-code customization
Rapidly deploy custom and sustainable solutions that are automatically preserved from release to release.
Integration with REST APIs
Nextworld® uses table-level REST API integrations to make connections to other systems easy, fast, and secure.
Thoughtful user experience
Enjoy an intuitive user experience that is easy to use and driven by patterns. Learn once and apply knowledge everywhere.
Standard business suites
Out-of-the-box applications and suites for primary business activities. Gain speed of deployment and adoption of best practices.
Modern, cloud-native architecture
Leverage a cloud-native enterprise platform that gives you unlimited scalability. Avoid outgrowing your solution and facing another implementation.
Flexible financial and reporting structures
Easy to update and customize reports and other financial components like the chart of accounts.
Comprehensive inventory management
Nextworld has leading inventory and mobile solutions for warehouses, manufacturing, and field services.

What to consider when choosing an enterprise system

Is it built on a unified platform?
When a vendor's enterprise applications offer a unified platform experience, you can be sure that a single layer of modern technology supports your investment. This promotes end-user adoption, application performance, and solution sustainability.

Does it have a cloud-native architecture?
Systems with cloud-native architectures allow organizations to easily scale as their needs change. Avoid solutions with rigid designs that prevent your business from advancing. Instead, choose one with the flexibility to support your continued growth.

What happens to customizations at upgrade time?
If a system update were to erase your customizations, it could have a major impact on your company's operations. Be sure to ask potential vendors about how your custom objects would be affected by upgrades and new releases.

Choosing System 3

Key Differentiators

No code. No exceptions.

The entire Nextworld EAP is built without coding. With our solution, you can easily build, extend, and integrate your enterprise applications—no programming experience necessary. Making customizations within Sage often requires prior coding knowledge.

Direct vendor relationships

Nextworld maintains direct relationships with its customers across the sales, services, and support stages. Sage sells its products primarily through its partner network, limiting your access to its in-house experts.

Standards-driven partner ecosystem

Each Nextworld partner is thoroughly vetted to ensure they serve as a true extension of Nextworld through our shared standard of excellence. Sage makes it easy to become a partner, which has caused reliability issues and market uncertainty among customers. Also, due to Sage's large volume of partners, its partners likely don't receive adequate support.

Sustainable customizations

The customizations you make in Nextworld get automatically merged into each new release, meaning they will always be current and compatible with every upgrade. Like other traditional ERP systems, upgrading custom objects in Sage requires work. Whether you use an on-premises or cloud-based Sage solution, upgrading your customizations usually requires resources to retrofit and test each custom object.

Unified platform approach

Nextworld provides a single, unified platform as the foundation for your enterprise applications, giving you a seamless user experience. Sage is driven by acquisition strategy, causing its customers to experience unpredictable integrations, mixed messages, and disconnected product roadmaps.