TechnologyAccounting SoftwareNew version of Sage Line 50 released

New version of Sage Line 50 released

FTSE100 software provider Sage has released version 11 of its flagship small business product, Line 50, which contains an updated user interface and a new feature known as 'Accountant Link'.

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This new feature enables accountants to check their client’s data then send through any adjustments via email.

Businesses will be able to carry on with their normal day-to-day accounting activities while these adjustments are made, Sage has claimed.

‘Accountants spend a lot of time exporting and importing data from their clients,’ Adrian Grace, Sage managing director of its SME Division told Accountancy Age. ‘So speeding up their efficiency is what we are about.’

Grace also confirmed that the new Excel Integrated Reporting feature within the package, which attempts to make it easier to analyse accounts information through Microsoft Excel, is ‘greatly sought’ by its customers.

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