Archive for July, 2009

28 July 2009 in Uncategorized

Sage 50 2010

Sage plan to release the next version of Sage 50 on 3 August 2009.  It will be called Sage 50 2010. Full details aren’t available yet, but teaser information from Sage throws some light on the question of whether to upgrade. Sage 50 (and it’s predecessors) have always tended towards…

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25 July 2009 in Sage 200, Sage 50, Sage Line 100

BDE in administration, Sage support alternatives

Sage Business Partner BDE Group went into administration in late May, leaving many clients scrabbling around for alternative support arrangements. Protronics offers Sage 50, Sage Line 100 and Sage 200 support, and will honour the balance of BDE support contracts free of charge.  Please just mention BDE when you contact…

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24 July 2009 in Frustrations, Sage 200, Sage 50

Saas and why it doesn’t matter to Sage

It’s great when you can make a quick decision about whether to bother reading an article.  Even better when the decision making process itself sums up the article! If you’ve got this far, you’re unlikely to be just a user of Sage products.  Far more likely that you’re involved in…

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18 July 2009 in Credit Control, Sage 200

Sage 200 email statements

In these times of carbon footprint awareness, tightened purse strings and an increased need to keep on top of credit control, an obvious – if admittedly small – improvement might be to start using emailed statements rather than posting them. Sage 200 can produce a batch of statements, attaching them…

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4 July 2009 in Sage 50

Sage 50 online VAT Submissions

Perhaps not news that will dislodge Michael Jackson from the front pages this week, but online VAT submissions are on their way.  Indeed they will be compulsory from April 2010 if your turnover is above £100 000. HMRC are already accepting and actively encouraging online submissions, and Sage 50 2008 and…

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