The development of the product is the first change made since the formation of developer Sage Enterprise Solutions, following its creation after parent company Sage acquired Tetra in 1999.
Line 200 helps medium-sized companies maintain control over their business with an integrated range of finance and distribution modules.
New features include a credit management module to help improve cash flow, and business alerts which can be configured to highlight critical issues anddeliver real-time management information.
Steve Bailey, managing director of Sage Enterprise Solutions, said: ‘SageLine 200 gives medium-sized companies an affordable business management solution which offers the range of functionality previously only available in expensive systems aimed at very large companies.’
He added: ‘Despite its increased range of features and benefits, Line 200 remains very easy to implement and operate.’
Sage Line 200 is available from Sage Enterprise Solutions partners, which aredetailed at www.sage.com/ses
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