The new version of Sage 50 Accounts is now shipping. John Stokdyk takes a closer look at what it offers. Sage 50 Accounts 2010 went on sale at the beginning of September, sparking the annual debate among users and commentators about the need for year-on-year enhancements to an already mature and complex desktop accounting software product. Following our preview of the application, Sage 50 Accounts product manager Michael Page gave AccountingWEB.co.uk a more detailed tour of the new features and addressed some of the issues raised in members’ comments. Some of the interface changes in the new edition are relatively minor, for example the ability to set up recurrent payments quickly, or suppress warning messages when posting out of period transactions. “These little bits appear to be insignificant, but deliver far more customer value and efficiency because they save users time and money,” Page said.
Review: Sage 50 Accounts 2010
8th Sep 2009