New Sage accounting software enables multi-platform use

Sage 50c offers mobile invoicing and expenses, up-to-date bank information and cloud storage

Accounting software provider Sage has announced the launch of Sage 50c – a “major transformation” of its existing Sage 50 accounting solution that integrates with Microsoft Office 365.

The upgrade offers cloud and mobile services to enable small and medium-sized business customers to manage their information, files and key tasks across multiple platforms.

It also provides real-time insights to help users make quicker decisions, improve productivity, go paperless and aid the automation of manual processes.

New features of Sage 50c include:

  • Sage Contact – allows users to access contact details information, notes, history and files from any platform through Microsoft Outlook
  • Mobile invoicing and expenses – users can record expenses and generate invoices on the go
  • Bank feeds – gives users an up-to-date view of their finances through direct connection to bank accounts
  • Sage Capture – users can capture receipts, invoices and expenses digitally through Microsoft OneDrive
  • Sage intelligence and reporting – creates in-depth Microsoft Excel reports
  • Cloud Document Storage – storage and sharing for files, data and documents using OneDrive
  • Business Performance Storage – integrates businesses processes into a real-time dashboard to streamline decision making
  • Microsoft Office 365 Business Premium – Sage 50c includes this productivity suite

Jacqueline de Rojas, managing director of Sage UK & Ireland and Northern Europe, said: “50c gives small businesses the freedom to make day-to-day business processes more productive and more efficient, enabling them to enjoy the flexibility of web-based working without necessarily undertaking wholesale changes to their day-to-day process.”

Ron Markezich, corporate vice president of Office at Microsoft, added: “Together with partners like Sage, we’re empowering accounting professionals and small and medium-sized businesses to get more out of every moment.”

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