Sage North America released Sage 50 Accounting 2013, formerly known as Sage Peachtree. The new name is part of Sage’s renewed focus on developing the right business management tools for small businesses.
“Every small business is different, with unique challenges and goals. What they have in common is the need to streamline business processes, understand their data and get answers when they need them,” said Connie Certusi, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Small Business Accounting Solutions, Sage North America. “Sage 50 Accounting U.S. Edition delivers the trusted business management tools, support and guidance that small businesses need to realize their unique business vision, whether it is growth, profitability or stability.”
Users can accept mobile payments from smartphones and tables using the Sage Exchange payments platform, eliminating the need for data entry and reducing potential data errors. Sage Exchange also integrates with web-based virtual and physical point-of-sale terminals.
Additional benefits and features of Sage 50 include real-time access to business information, check printing, the ability to inactivate multiple vendor records, Sage Advisor and Sage Business Care support. Sage 50 Business Intelligence comes with built-in templates businesses can use to track inventory, sales, purchasing and financial reporting quickly. Sage Advisor recognizes users’ patters and offers personalized, helpful tips and tricks. The Sage Business Care has many resources including upgrades and updates, customer support, online training, savings on credit card processing and an HR resource center.
Sage 50 is available in specific versions for manufacturers, distributors, nonprofit organizations and more.