Sage 200 is the main product offering by Sage for companies with a turnover between £1M to £50M.
Sage 200 is the main accounts platform that many companies move to when they outgrow their existing accounting or ERP package, this is especially true for Sage 50 users who find that their current system is not flexible enough to manage more complex accounting requirements within their business.
Powerful SQL Database
One of the key benefits of Sage 200 is that it sits on an SQL database which means it can handle extremely large amounts of data; speed and performance are unaffected by the amount of data in the core database. Because the core database is based on Microsoft’s SQL database, this allows you to keep unlimited supplier and customer data. Keep unlimited customer and supplier contact information.
The key modules within Sage 200 include:
- Sage 200 Financials
- Sage 200 Commercials
- Sage 200 Manufacturing
- Sage 200 BOM
- Sage 200 CRM
- Sage 200 Project Accounting
- Sage 200 Business Intelligence
- Sage 200 Web Time and Expenses
What are the Costs and Pricing Plans for Sage 200?
There are 3 types of pricing plans for Sage 200, purchasing a perpetual licence (on premise), purchasing an on premise licence on a monthly subscription fee, or purchasing Sage 200 for the Cloud which is also paid monthly, for more detailed information on costs and pricing, READ MORE...
What is Sage 200 Financials?
The Sage 200 financials module is the core module for the whole Sage 200 suite, it comprises the Nominal Ledger, the Sales Ledger, Purchase Ledger as well as the Cash and Banking Ledger. All other modules link back to Financials, for further information on Sage 200 financials, READ MORE...