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Sage 50 or VT?

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A client's  accounts have previously been done on spreadsheet. The book-keeper has a somewhat erratic attention to detail, and I make a number of amendments. Which is likely to be easier to manage?

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By taxhound
18th Jul 2011 16:01

VT

I really dislike sage.  It is difficult to work with and costly.  VT is much easier for everyone to get to grips with. 

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By Steve McQueen
18th Jul 2011 16:02

Ditto

Yup, again VT

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By thacca
18th Jul 2011 16:50

VT... Unless

Unless Sage does something you need (concurrent users?) that rules out VT then I would definately use VT.

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By Figurate
18th Jul 2011 17:58

VT
because if the bookkeeper makes a mess with Excel, then there's scope for them to make a really huge mess with Sage, resulting in your having to unpick it all...

Louise
www.figurate.co.uk
www.happyaccountant.com

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By OldAccountant
18th Jul 2011 23:43

Whatever takes your fancy

Use anything, just stay well clear of Sage.

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Me!
By nigelburge
19th Jul 2011 09:01

Anything but Sage
Actually, just go with VT - you won't regret it.

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By jasonholden
20th Jul 2011 10:12

VT

Another vote for VT here.

Jason

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By Nikkig
10th Oct 2011 11:06

VT verus Sage

VT is by far much more user friendly and forgiving - Sage can be a nightmare!

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