TechnologyAccounting SoftwareSage to showcase new versions of core products

Sage to showcase new versions of core products

Accounting software giant Sage will give visitors to this Spring's Softworld a preview of new versions of its core accounting products, Sage Line 50 and Sage Line 100.

Sage Line 50 is an accounting package designed for companies with up to 50 employees with a turnover of up to £2m, and features sales, purchase and nominal ledgers, VAT management, credit control and euro currency converter.

Meanwhile, Sage Line 100 is the company’s integrated modular accounting solution that can be configured to fit the particular commercial requirements of a business and is particularly well equipped to integrate with add-on vertical market products for the manufacturing, construction and distribution industry.

Visitors wanting a closer look at these products can attend a seminar in room C4 at 10am, 12 noon, 2pm and 4pm (Sage Line 50) and at 11am, 1pm and 3pm (Sage line 100) on both days of the exhibition.

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