Sage offers first accountancy app on Microsoft Office Store

by Rachael Singh

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05 Sep 2012

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SAGE HAS PRODUCED the first accountancy app available on the Microsoft Office Store.

The listed IT giant will provide an app for its online offering Sage One Accountants on the newly created Microsoft Office Store.

The store will house all the additional functions for Microsoft's latest version of Office, Office 15, which was launched in July.

"To be one of the first to launch on the Microsoft Office Apps store is a real coup, particularly when our app can make such a difference to small business owners," said head of Sage One Nick Goode (pictured).

As well as being available to business owners, Sage One Accounts App is available to accountants using the Sage One Accountants Edition, where accountants can pull through client information such as financial and payroll data – all from within Microsoft Outlook preview.

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