Next month, Sage will start shipping the latest version of its flagship application, Sage 50 2010. John Stokdyk takes a quick look at what’s on offer.
The annual Sage 50 upgrade launch is a big production number, as it should be given the key role the application still plays within the company’s global product portfolio.
This year, Sage has pulled out all the multimedia stops, with a Sage 50 2010 preview site that serves up promotional videos and a Tomorrow’s World-style presentation by Sage 50 product guru Julia Wedgwood. The material for this article has been collected from these public domain sources. IT Zone will be taking a closer look in a week’s time when we get our hands on the product itself.
The first point to note is how the promoti...
About John Stokdyk
AccountingWEB’s Head of Insight has been with the site since 1999 and likes to spend his time studying accountants’ technology habits. When not nerding out, you can find him exploring obscure indie music and searching for the perfect organic sourdough loaf from his base in Brighton, UK.