07 Aug 2014
August 7, 2014
We at Silicon Bullet are excitedly anticipating the release of Sage 50 Accounts 2015. It was originally due on 4th August but the date has slipped and as I write this on 7th August we have no new date of availability yet. To see all the new features from 2014 to 2017 then take a look at this more recent post here.
What’s New ?
So here is a taster of some of the improvements you will get with this latest release of Sage 50
- Cloud capabilities – if you want to access the data from anywhere then this can be set up in the new version.
- Access for your Accountant – with the cloud capabilities accountants will be able to access your data live if required.
- New Look and Feel – navigation and look have been improved
- Automated Back-ups – no more having to remember to back-up your Sage – secure automated backups can now be scheduled.
- Improved Scalability – when your business grows, Sage can now allow up to 20 users and 1,500,000 transactions *conditions apply
- Mobile Data – there is a mobile app (which requires an additional subscription) which allows you access to your data on the move.
- Subscriptions – perpetual licenses and monthly subscriptions are now available.
To find out more or to purchase and upgrade or change to subscriptions then please contact Alison on 01604 420057.
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