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Sage 50 Accounts 2011

Sage 50 Accounts 2011 has finally answered the call of customers with its new automatic bank reconciliation feature as well as VAT flat-rate support. The company has focused on it’s customer’s needs by making improvements to the software with many new and enhanced features.

A major enhance includes support for charities. If an organization identifies itself as a charity during the setup process, the software will activate the Funds functionality. The dialogue screen has been re-designed to resemble a mini-ledger with a simple grid for a tabular review of major areas such as P&L, Activity, Balance and transfer.

The Sage Services bar located at the bottom of the task pane allow you access to a different menu of services including Sage Account details, Sage Cover options, wish list requests, support bulletins and different advice lines. This is all provided through the Internet though Sage’s browser.

The new version also allows the user to download all available transactions through the online Sage Pay system. You can also use the Flat Rate VAT option for both cash and invoice based businesses. Bank reconciliation have also been made easier with the ability to compare against bank statements through the software.

When you are setting up your accounts, you can now configure the default view of each user to the Sales orders, Purchase Orders, Manage Payments or Chase Debts to accommodate many different roles within your company. You can archive your company’s data before the year-end which makes it a lot easier to back up active data during the year.

Sage 50 Accounts 2011 is ideal for small to mid-sized businesses. It helps your achieve efficiency since it was developed to reduce time consuming tasks like data entry to streamline major accounting functions. You can use Sage with Microsoft office and the tool provides for multi-user configurations.




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