Latest news from SAGE Group
SAGE Automation was founded in the backyard shed of founder Andrew Downs.
Fast forward 25 years to 2019 and SAGE Automation (SAGE), looks like a very different business.
Earlier this year, SAGE was lucky enough to attend Siemen's Digitalize Conference in Brisbane, with several of our executive team members having the chance to speak about a range of topics including digital skills development and Australia's digitalization journey.
What an adventure. Oh, what a celebration!
You may have heard that SAGE turned 25 this year, and we've thrown a series of birthday events right around the country to celebrate.
SAGE Group Holdings Ltd has once again made the InDaily South Australian Business Index for 2019 – a list of the state’s 100 most successful companies - this year coming in at number 56 on the index.
More than 120 SAGE employees and their friends and families ran in the City to Bay this weekend. And it was for a good cause: they United to Fight against Multiple Myeloma.
She once lit up the Auckland Harbor Bridge entirely with solar-powered batteries, but for SAGE’s latest energy recruit – Senior Project Manager Samantha Kali – there are many more career highlights.
SAGE Group has been shortlisted as a finalist in two categories, in the Australian Defence Industry Awards 2019.
The inaugural award recognises Australia’s top defence industry professionals and businesses, with SAGE nominated for ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ and ‘Defence Innovator of the Year’ for its contribution to the defence industry.
It is a significant milestone for a business to celebrate its 25 Birthday.
For us at SAGE, it presents an opportunity to pause and reflect on our journey so far. Our growth into a diverse global business, the unforgettable milestones, the challenges we fought hard to overcome, what’s changed, what we hope will never change and to recognise all of those who have been a part of our story so far.
The latest step in SAGE’s Industry 4.0 transformational journey has everyone excited – and none more so than Graduate Engineer Thomas Jolley - who is now in charge of supervising a complex piece of new equipment known as the 'Komax Zeta 640 cabling machine'.