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Sign in to Sage One using your Google account

GoogleThe more observant among you will have already noticed that you can now sign in to Sage One using your Google account (the one you use to access Gmail, Google Drive and the wealth of other services Google provides to business owners).

Google have provided a means whereby, once you log in to one Google service, you don’t have to log in to another Google service. You can add Sage One to that list now!

To link your existing Sage One service with your Google account simply:

* Browse to the Sage One Sign In > page
* Click ‘Sign In with Google’
* If you’re not already signed in to your Google account enter your details and sign in. (You’ll be prompted to allow Sage One to use some of your Google account information)
* If you’re happy for Sage One to use this information in future click ‘Accept’. You’ll then be asked to sign in to confirm that you want to link Sage One to your Google account
* Enter your sign in details and click ‘Sign in’

Once linked to Sage One you can sign in with your Google account details in future.

Sign in to Sage One with your Google account

Sign up with Google

As part of this latest development, we’ve also made it quicker and easier for people to sign up for a free 30 day trial of Sage One using their Google account, giving them fast access to easy online accounts and payroll. (If you know someone starting or running a business, please encourage them to give it a try).

Sign up for Sage One using your Google account

Sage One goes Google!

This is just the latest delivery which forms part of our wider partnership with Google where we have already given all Sage One Accounts and Sage One Accounts Extra users the ability to back up their invoices to Google Drive and a single sign on for Google Apps for Business users.

With further exciting Google integrations in the pipeline you can follow our progress in our Google Apps for Business blogs.

You can also learn how we’re making life easier for customers by reading the Google Enterprise blog ‘Designer Lorna Syson uses Google Apps and Sage One to run her company on the go‘ and watching the video below.


Enjoy!

Chris Challis
Product Manager
Sage One API and Third Party Integrations
http://uk.sageone.com/add-ons/

  • Techpm

    Is sharing your confidential business information with Google such a good idea? I don’t think so.

    This actually puts me off Sage One. Do you share – or are there plans to – anything with Google if you don’t use their login system ?

  • http://uk.sageone.com/ Sage One UK

    Hi Techpm, we don’t actually share any confidential business information with Google and won’t be doing this in future either. The new (and purely optional) Google login uses OAuth, ‘a process for end-users to authorise third-party access to their server resources without sharing their credentials’ (see http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/OAuth).

    It’s simply been done to offer some of our joint customers a quick and convenient way to gain access to Sage One if they’re already logged into their Google account.

    Paul Lancaster
    Sage One UK & Ireland
    http://uk.sageone.com/blog/

  • http://uk.sageone.com/ Sage One UK

    Hi Techpm, we don’t actually share any confidential business information with Google and won’t be doing this in future either. The new (and purely optional) Google login uses OAuth, ‘a process for end-users to authorise third-party access to their server resources without sharing their credentials’ – see http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/OAuth.

    It’s simply been done to offer some of our joint customers a quick and convenient way to gain access to Sage One if they’re already logged into their Google account.

    Paul Lancaster
    Sage One UK & Ireland
    http://uk.sageone.com/blog/