David Goldman (businessman)
Born in Sunderland, David Goldman trained as an accountant before moving into sales and marketing: then for 20 years he managed a small printing business known as Campbell Graphics. In 1981 together with Graham Wylie, an undergraduate at Newcastle University, and Paul Muller, an American consultant, he established Sage to market a financial accounting system for small businesses. In 1984, Sage launched an accounts software package for the new Amstrad PCW computer. This led to a major expansion of the business.
- Tech guru who steers firm better than he does a car The Times, 12 July 2004
- David Goldman: Profile
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