What Sage integration can achieve

Sage 50 supports integration (the automatic creation and editing of data such as customer accounts and sales orders).  Sage 200 supports customisation as well as integration (so screens can be modified and process steps followed), and is designed so that all integration enforces the same business logic as Sage 200 itself uses (so ensuring that all imported data is consistent and correct).

Sage 50 integration

It's possible to integrate with essentially all types Sage 50 data, but common integration uses include:

Sage 200 integration and customisation

Sage 200 can do all that Sage 50 does, and more including:

Sage 200 and cross system reporting

Sage 200 data is stored in a Microsoft database called SQL Server.  This means that it's usually possible to write reports that combine Sage 200 data with that held in other software, whether that's sector specific software or a bespoke application.  It's also possible to write group wide reports such as aged debtors and cash positions.

 

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