What is the Difference between Sage 200 and Sage Intacct?
Sage 200 vs Sage Intacct
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.
What is Sage 200 and what is Sage Intacct?
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.
Sage Intacct was developed in the USA as a Cloud-based Financial Management solution and is now available in the UK, Canada, South Africa and Australia. The software was initially developed by Intacct Corporation in 1999 and it was acquired by Sage in 2017 for $850 million.
What Modules And Features Are Available In Sage 200 and Sage Intacct?
Both Sage 200 and Sage Intacct have a range of modules that you can add once you have purchased the core financial system, however these modules are different in both products and have different features.
Sage 200 Modules
- Project Accounting
- Bill of Materials
- Business Intelligence
- Sage CRM
For detailed information on the range of features available in Sage 200.
Sage Intact Modules
- Core Financials
- Billing software
- Fixed Assets
- Project accounting
- Multi-entry and global consolidations
- Vendor payment services
- Inventory Management
- Salesforce CRM Integration
- Revenue recognition
- Spend Management
For detailed information on the range of features available in Sage Intacct.
What Industry Strengths Does Sage 200 and Sage Intacct Have?
Both solutions have similar core financials functionality and are popular across many industries, but their range of modules they offer make them appeal to certain industries. Sage Intacct has a strong following in Financial Services, Not for Profit and SaaS.
Sage 200 also has a strong following across all industries but is especially popular with companies who Manage Stock or who are in Manufacturing.
Key Strengths of Sage 200 and Sage Intacct
Some of the key strengths of Sage 200 includes its ability to integrate with other Sage products, such as Sage Payroll, Sage Pay and Sage CRM. Another key strength of Sage 200 is the large amount of add-ons developed for the accounts software making the system more flexible and a better fit around your company's accounting and ERP requirements, these can be found in the Sage Marketplace. If your moving from Sage 50 to Sage 200 another key strength is that there is migration tool that automatically transfers your existing accounts data.
Sage Intacct has many key strength's and has won many awards and was voted best in its class by Gartner. One of its main key strength is its ability to handle Multi Legislation and Multi Currencies. The system also has a wide range of additional modules, such as its ability to integrate with Salesforce.
What Database Does Sage 200 and Sage Intacct Use?
Both Sage 200 and Sage Intacct appeal to many companies because of their ability to handle large amounts of data. Sage 200 uses Microsoft SQL whilst Sage Intacct uses Oracle.
Organise a Demo with AlphaLogix
Call us today to organise a demo for either Sage 200 or Sage Intacct for your company on 020 8050 3216 or email us at email@example.com. Our consultants will be able to provide full costings after the meeting.
AlphaLogix are able to setup a free trial system after your demo so you can learn more about the features in your own time.