Sage 200

Powerful Accounting, Business Management and Finance Software

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What is Sage 200?

Sage 200 is a powerful finance, accounting and business management solution for small to medium sized businesses. Sage 200 (previously known as Sage 200Cloud) manages your accounting processes and customers, as well as supply chain, bank reconciliation, stock, manufacturing and financials.

The Sage 200 system integrates seamlessly with other modules in the Sage 200 suite. It also integrates with other products such as Sage Payroll, Sage Salary and Supplier payments and Sage CRM, this brings you all the advantages of a streamlined and fully co-ordinated business.

Key strengths of Sage 200 are that it is highly configurable, scalable, flexible and can manage virtually unlimited number of financial transactions. The system can be further enhanced by adding additional modules, or by adding apps from the Sage marketplace.

There are two versions of Sage 200, Standard is the entry level version that runs in the Cloud and Sage 200cloud Professional is a more powerful version that is highly configurable.

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About Sage 200

Sage 200 was developed in the UK and is a set of accountancy and management products developed by Sage Group aimed at small to medium businesses. Sage 200 is designed to be a highly customisable and scalable product. Sage 200 was initially launched under the product name MMS, it was then rebranded as Sage 200 before being known today as Sage 200cloud.

What is Sage 200?

What is Sage 200 Used for?

Sage 200 is used to manage all of your accounts, finances and business management requirements, whilst automating both complex and basic accounting processes.

The system is used to manage customers, suppliers, invoicing, Sales Order Processing (SOP), Purchase Order Processing (POP), inventory, Bill of Materials (BOM), cash, bank reconciliation, project accounting, manufacturing. Sage 200 is also Making Tax Digital compliant (MTD), so you can submit VAT returns online.

The Sage 200 solution provides real time financial reports and will transform the way your finances are managed and makes your organisation more efficient, increases user productivity, provides compliance and boosts business growth.

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Sage 200 is used to manage all aspects of your business finances including:

  • Financials and accounting
  • Invoicing
  • Bank reconciliation
  • Stock and supply chain
  • Sales Order Processing (SOP)
  • Purchase Order Processing (POP)
  • Project accounting
  • Manufacturing
  • Bill of materials (BOM)
  • Stock assembly and costing
  • Reporting and Business Intelligence (BI)
  • Managing customers and suppliers
  • Payments and collections
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Cashflow

What is Sage 200 Used For?

What Can Sage 200 do for your Business and Industry Sector?

Offering more than just accounting software, Sage 200 helps you build a joined up, efficient business connecting all your departments, from your accounts department, sales to customer services, despatch to financials.

Sage 200 gives your business and industry sector the right data to the right people, so they see what they need to do without being distracted by too much information, and maintain control over sensitive data with different levels of admin rights.

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Accurate, timely insight’s that helps you drive success, saves time and supports key decisions by getting straight to the critical data you need — including sales, orders, invoices, productivity, budgets, profits, and much more in one single solution.

Sage 200 presents facts and figures in a meaningful way. Get critical insights when and where you need them, as Excel Reporting and Business Intelligence (BI) provide powerful trend analysis and intuitive reporting.

Sage 200 - What Industry Sectors and Businesses Use Sage 200?

What are the Key Features in Sage 200?

Sage 200 is an advanced feature rich accounting solution that has many innovative features that helps improve efficiency, saves times and makes your organisation more profitable.

Sage 200 key features and benefits include:

  • Advanced financial management
  • Highly customisable for your business
  • Superior database performance, uses Microsoft SQL
  • Four key nominal ledgers in Sage 200 Financials
  • Manage complex accounting processes
  • 3 tier nominal structure
  • Supply chain management – Sage 200 Commercials
  • Microsoft Office 365 integration
  • Advanced multicurrency and multi company functionality
  • Integration with Sage CRM
  • Control financial periods
  • Powerful Business Intelligence, reporting and dashboards
  • Project management module
  • Batch/Serial number processing
  • Manufacturing module
  • Control financial periods
  • Multiple warehouses
  • Bill of materials (BOM)
  • Ideal for fast growing or medium sized companies
  • CRM, Sales, marketing and service
  • Up to 20 analysis codes for additional reporting purposes
  • Up to 9 million transactions

Sage 200 Product Overview - Key Features

What are the Differences Between Sage 50 vs Sage 200?

Both Sage 50 and Sage 200 are market leading accounts software in their respective target markets but there are clear differences.

Sage 50 Accounts is great for small sized businesses or start-ups, whilst Sage 200 is ideal for larger SME’s or medium sized enterprises, the system is highly tailorable and is a popular choice for companies who have outgrown Sage 50, and want to upgrade.

Sage 50 is available for up to 20 users and can handle up to 1.5 million financial transactions, whilst Sage 200 allows for up to 50 desktop users (or 100 web users), and because it uses a Microsoft SQL database it can handle up to 9 million transactions, with great performance, read our comparison guide, Sage 50 vs Sage 200.

The Sage 200 solution is a popular choice for users of Sage 50 to upgrade to a more powerful accounting solution, there is migration tool that automatically transfers your existing accounts data.

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Moving from Sage 50 Accounts to Sage 200

What are the Sage 200 Additional Modules?

When you first buy Sage 200 you get Financials as standard which is full of great features that you can use straight away to help run your business smoothly and efficiently. Sage 200 is modular, so you can add on extra software modules as and when you need them, whether it’s for project accounting or managing your stock and supply chain.

Additional Modules Include:

  • Sage 200 Financials – manages your financial position
  • Sage 200 Commercials – manages your supply chain
  • Sage 200 Project Accounting – manages your project financials
  • Sage 200 Business Intelligence – detailed reporting in excel
  • Sage 200 Bill of Materials (BOM) – product assembly and costing
  • Web Time and Expenses – an extension of project accounting
  • Sage 200 Manufacturing – automates manufacturing processes

Sage 200 Overview


Sage 200 Financials Module - Financials is the core module where all other modules feed financial accounting information into the 4 nominal ledgers, so you can run financial reports to get valuable insights you need to increase profits, and speed up growth, further information.

Business Intelligence

Sage 200 Business Intelligence (BI) Module – Business Intelligence comes free with Financials. BI is a very powerful Microsoft Excel integrated reporting tool which enables you to slice-and-dice and interrogate your accounts databases incredibly efficiently, for key features of BI see further information.

Bill of Materials

Sage 200 Bill of Materials Module (BOM). Bill of materials helps organisations manage assembly processes and it can break down complex processes and sub-assemblies. There are a wide range of reports in the BOM module that give you up to date information on the progress of your manufacturing processes. These modules link in with Financials and Commercials, further information.


Sage 200 Commercials Module - Commercials has advanced features for managing purchase order processing, sales order processing, invoicing, price book and advanced stock management (integrate with a barcode solution), so you can make sure products and goods are despatched quickly and efficiently, further information.

Project Accounting

Sage 200 Project Accounting Module Project Accounting enables you to get a single view of all your projects, so you can manage costs and increase profitability on each project. You can track multiple projects and record time and materials against them whilst sharing information with other users across the business for maximum efficiency, further information.


Sage 200 Manufacturing Module. Manufacturing enables you to track manufacturing activities in detail from start to finish, ensuring your shop floor runs smoothly whilst improving productivity, meaning you can deliver products to customers on time and within budget, further information.

Sage 200 Manufacturing

Web Time and Expenses

Sage 200 Web Time and Expenses Module – The Time and Expenses module is an extension of the Projects module, WTE is web-enabled, allowing a mobile workforce to input timesheets and expenses from anywhere with an internet connection. Enables you to bill your clients more accurately and timely with precise and detailed information, further information.

Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

Sage 200 CRM module – The CRM module enables you to manage all relationships with customers and suppliers, as well as managing sales, marketing and customer service. With the advanced customisations feature in CRM, create Sales Orders in Sage 200 from your Sales Marketing and Service – further information.

Sage CRM

What are the Differences Between Sage 200 Standard and Professional?

The Sage 200 product range is available in two different versions, Sage 200 Standard and Professional. Standard is only available online via the Cloud whilst Professional (previously known as Sage 200 Extra) is available in the Cloud and also as an On-Premise version.

Both versions of Sage 200 are the same software, however Professional has extra functionality available such as; Project Accounting, CRM, Business Intelligence and Manufacturing. The Professional version is also customisable whilst Standard only has out of the box features, read our comparison guide Sage 200 Standard vs Professional.

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How Much Does Sage 200 Cost?

Sage has changed the way you can purchase Sage 200 recently. You can now only purchase the software via a monthly subscription pricing plan (you can also pay using a pre-pay annual plan which will save you some money).

The cost of purchasing Sage 200 depends on the number of users that you require, what modules you need and the version you require, either Sage 200 Standard or Professional. For further information on Sage 200 Pricing.

Sage 200 Standard Pricing

  • Standard Base Pack- £290 per month
  • Additional Users -£16 per month

Sage 200 Professional Pricing

  • Financials Module - £275 per month
  • Sage 200 Desktop User - £46 per user per month

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Sage 200 Customer Success Case Study - Playdale

Playdale Playgrounds is in the business of delivering fun. Playdale prides itself on designing exciting, innovative and educational playgrounds, with Sage 200 powering everything behind the scenes.

From improved customer satisfaction rates, an 18% reduction in costs from defects, to a 22% increase in quote conversion, Playdale continues to grow.

“Fundamentally, Sage is the ‘business master operating system.’ It powers how we communicate with our customers in CRM, how we quote our products, how we process our orders, and in production, how we plan for materials and resources.”

Barry Leahey MBE, Managing Director, Playdale

Customer Success Case Study - Playdale

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Is Sage 200 MTD (Making Tax Digital) Compliant?

Most businesses are now required to submit VAT returns digitally via MTD ready software as Making Tax Digital is HMRC’s move to digitise tax.

The latest version of Sage 200 is Making Tax Digital (MTD) Compliant, as of 1st April, companies with a turnover above £85k now have to submit VAT through commercial accounting software, further information and latest updates on MTD.

What Database Does Sage 200 Use?

One of the key benefits of Sage 200 is that it sits on a powerful Microsoft SQL database which means it can handle extremely large amounts of data, speed and performance are unaffected by the amount of transactions or data in the core database.

Sage 200 can handle virtually unlimited transactions and maintain great performance and speed which is unaffected by the number of users on the system, other benefits of Microsoft SQL includes:

  • Increased data security
  • Ease of configuration
  • Great performance – unaffected by the number of users or transactions
  • Stores a huge amount of data
  • Optimised data storage
  • Data recovery support
Can Sage 200 be used in the Cloud?
Sage 200 can be used online via the Cloud. Sage refocused its efforts on the fast-growing cloud computing (SaaS) accounts software market. Sage 200 is available to use in the Cloud online, for both Sage 200 Standard and Professional, see the full range of Cloud accounting products.

Introduction to Sage 200cloud

What Business Applications Does Sage 200 Integrate With?

Bringing together the UK’s most popular mid-market accounts system Sage 200 with other leading products and payment technologies allows you to get the most out of your system. Sage 200 now integrates with the following applications.

What is the Difference Between Sage Intacct vs Sage 200
Sage has two products in the UK targeted at the small to medium business market, these are Sage 200 and Sage Intacct. Both Sage products have won awards and are market leading accounting software solutions in their own right, however there are differences between Sage Intacct and Sage 200, read our comparison guide.
When was Sage 200 first Launched?
Sage 200 was developed and launched in the UK in 2004 and is a set of accountancy and management products developed by Sage Group aimed at small to medium sized businesses. Sage 200 was initially launched under the product name Mid-Market Solution (MMS), it was then rebranded as Sage 200cloud before being known today as Sage 200.
Is Sage 200 Easy to Use?
Once implemented Sage 200 will enable you to easily take control of your finances, the solution is very intuitive and very easy to use and has many innovative features. The system is very similar in look and feel to Sage 50 making it an easy transition for users.
  • Easy to use
  • Intuitive screens
  • Process maps help you understand the workflow for each module
  • Comprehensive help features
  • Easy to learn
Does Sage 200 Have an API?
The Sage 200 system has an API (Application Programming Interface) which enables you to develop links with other business applications, further information.
What is the Difference Between Line 200 and Sage 200?
Line 200 refers to older versions of the software, it was then rebranded as MMS, then Extra before coming Sage 200c, where the c referred to Cloud before taking on its current brand name Sage 200cloud.

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AlphaLogix are a leading Sage Strategic business partner who started in 1995 and have over 450 happy customers today.

Our accounting experts will help you discover how Sage 200 can be setup to improve your accounting processes within your organisation. We will provide you with a free initial personalised demo as well as fully justified costs and pricing for your requirements.

Our dedicated accounts experts are committed to ensuring you get the most from your software investment and we offer the following services.

  • Scoping
  • Implementation
  • A proactive and dedicated Supportteam
  • Development services
  • A wide range of Sage 200 Trainingcourses
  • Migration from other accounts systems
  • Consultancy
  • Software integration
  • Hosting
  • Ecommerce and website integration

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We will help you through every step of the selection process, implementation process, including training and support.

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