July 06, 2018
Here we explain the key comparisons of Sage 50cloud and Sage 200cloud to help you gain a thorough understanding of both solutions and decide which solution would best suit your business needs.
Sage 50cloud enables you to run your business efficiently with a time-saving, thorough solution for managing your accounting, invoicing, cash flow, inventory, tax and so much more. It gives you reliable information you need to stay in control and drive business forward, whilst combining all the features of the industry-leading accounting software with the option to link your data in the cloud, giving you greater flexibility and security.
Sage 200cloud allows you to run a smarter, faster and more connected business. It eliminates downtime with a solution that is available 24/7 and enables you to manage your accounts, customers, manufacturing, supply chain and business intelligence whilst you're on the move. With the power of both desktop and cloud (through Microsoft Office 365), you will be supported allowing your business to grow with ease.
Sage 50cloud is aimed to suit the needs of smaller businesses, typically with 0-50 employees who want basic accounting software to manage cashflow, income, expenses and payments, create professional invoices and view dashboards and produce reports.
Sage 200cloud offers medium sized businesses (with approximately 2-250 employees), a scalable solution that does more than your basic accounting software, and the ability for CRM integration and business intelligence. This allows businesses to manage customer accounts and provide an in-depth analysis at a glance, enabling pattern trends.
Sage Business Cloud is an umbrella term for all Sage products fitting them into segments: accounting, financials, enterprise management, people, payroll, and payments and banking. Sage 50cloud and Sage 200cloud can be seen in multiple segments and are the bridge that connect the different categories in Sage Business Cloud together. Sage 50cloud covers both accounting and financials, whilst Sage 200cloud covers financials and enterprise management, giving a smooth transition as your business grows. Allowing Sage to be the solution regardless of your business size and journey.
If you are a small business with basic needs, Sage 200cloud is less likely to benefit you, Sage 50cloud would be a much more suitable solution. Businesses that need a more complex solution than Sage 50cloud will benefit from Sage 200cloud as it provides advanced functionalities that will allow larger businesses to scale and grow. Here are some of the functionalities in Sage 200cloud that you won't see in Sage 50cloud:
Both Sage 50cloud and Sage 200cloud have the ability to integrate with a CRM solution, giving you greater business insight and the ability to target customers who may be interested in your services. Integrated accounting and CRM systems allow you to become more productive allowing you to handle customer's queries more efficiently and manage new and on-going opportunities with ease.
Microsoft Office 365 Integration
Sage 50cloud and Sage 200cloud are both on premise with cloud connectivity through the new integration feature with Microsoft Office 365, providing you with all the tools required to work from the office or remotely on any device, at any time. Integrating your accounting solution with Microsoft Office 365 creates a supercharged solution, made to boost productivity and allow greater control over your business.
Upgrading from Sage 50cloud to Sage 200cloud
Often businesses will migrate from Sage 50cloud to Sage 200cloud as their business grows, this is a natural step. Common trigger points that encourage businesses to upgrade include: company growth and more complex processes, therefore needing a system that can easily manage. Businesses are constantly evolving and it is important to know which software solution is right for your business and when it's time to upgrade your software. Sage 50cloud is a simple, easy-to-use solution made specifically for smaller businesses, whilst Sage 200cloud is a far more powerful solution, suited for medium businesses who require a scalable solution that can grow with their business and cope with more complex requests.
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