First cross-platform function for Sage 50 Accounts

by Calum Fuller

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13 Aug 2014

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Sage UK

SAGE's FLAGSHIP 50 ACCOUNTS SUITE will for the first time have cross-platform capability after it was announced the suite will be introduced to the cloud, the FTSE-listed software company confirmed.

Sage said the updates will "help foster new, more collaborative, and more flexible ways of working within a business and with partners" and is accompanied by the launch of cloud module Sage Drive, and two mobile business management applications, available both on Android and Apple iOS operating systems.

The move will allow accountants and their clients to share data securely on the cloud.

Lee Perkins, managing director for start-up and small business for Sage UK and Ireland, said: "For firms who have not considered cloud solutions before this presents a fantastic opportunity to foster new, more collaborative, and more flexible ways of working within their business and with partners."

"Working closely with our customers and accounting partners every new feature has been designed to make life easier for both accountants and small business users, giving them even greater insight, control and confidence. This will transform the day-to-day operation of thousands of firms across the UK."

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