PracticePeople In PracticeNew Sage product aims to help businesses identify profit

New Sage product aims to help businesses identify profit

Sage has launched a new version of Sage Job Costing, designed to help small and medium sized businesses record and track business costs and identify their most profitable products and services.

This networked version allows an unlimited number of users to input and view information at any given time.

Links to Sage Line 50 and Sage Payroll helps streamline business processes, by providing a comprehensive, fully integrated costing solution, the company said in a statement.

A spokesman added:’Sage Job Costing provides businesses with an easy and precise means of evaluating specific costs associated with every job or project, including employee time, third party costs, materials and distribution.

‘By breaking down costs into individual categories, businesses are able to identify which products or services are the most profitable.’

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