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22 August 2009 in Uncategorized

Heat but no light, SaaS security questions

Things have got excitable if not exciting in the world of SaaS finance applications recently. It would be easy to join in with some cheap shots at Duane Jackson, who after all has previously used security issues with Sage’s entry level Sage Live product to generate free publicity.  Wouldn’t be…

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22 August 2009 in Credit Control, Reporting, Sage 200

Sage 200 aged debtors

While Sage 200 includes aged debtor reports as standard, we prefer to work with the aged debtor reports in Excel though, and we prefer to grab the data directly, so that we can manipulate it at will This poss includes a series of ‘SQL Server views’ that together give an…

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22 August 2009 in Sage 50, Supported versions

Sage annual upgrades for Sage 50

For a number of years Sage have released a new version of Sage 50 every summer.  Each new version is chargeable (unless you have Sagecover Extra) and this can be a cause of, shall we say, disquiet for some users. Some users, and their advisers, see the annual upgrades as…

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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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