Sage 300c, as the mobile-friendly product is known, will be introduced progressively in four stages.
The initial release includes the Home Page, Bank Services, Tax Tracking, Payment Processing, General Ledger, Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable modules, with further modules to be added in coming months.
Sage 300 users can use both Sage 300 and Sage 300c screens side by side until the full suite of Sage 300c is introduced.
Sage 300c gives SMBs extended mobility tools, convenient integration with connected services such as Sage Inventory Advisor, and improved customisation overall, as well as upgrades.
“Business operations can be complex, but business management solutions shouldn’t be,” said Mike Lorge, managing director of Sage Business Solutions.
“Sage 300c takes our best-in-class, on-premise product and combines it with the power of the cloud, adding more mobility and online access for our customers.
“Today, companies of all sizes need technology that meets the needs of their mobile work lives,” Mr Lorge said.
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