It will showcase new versions of Sage Line 200 and Sage Enterprise, its web-enabled financial and distribution packages, its top-of-the-range Sage CS/3 and Sage Web Enterprise software.
The company will also demonstrate the latest versions of Sage Line 50, its accounting package for medium-sized businesses and Sage Line 100 a windows-based, multi-company accounting software package.
Visitors will also get a sneak preview of Sage’s forthcoming e-business marketing campaign, designed to maximise the role its resellers play in encouraging small businesses to learn about the web and trading on line.
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