Sage 500 was historically sold as a perpetually licensed product. Existing customers may still buy modules and pay the optional, annual maintenance and support plan. New customers may subscribe to Sage 500 with prices comparable to that of similar products including NetSuite, and Microsoft Dynamics GP. Pricing is slightly higher than Sage 100 c. Implementation costs are typically 50% more than the original software purchase or double the first year subscription cost (e.g., a $30,000 SLP purchase will cost about $45,000 to implement and a $20,000 subscription will cost about $40,000 to implement).
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The Services Industry’s Mandate: Project Profitability In fast-paced services industries, savvy CFOs are tracking numerous key metrics like net income, current ratios, working capital, cash balance, DSO, gross margins, and more. But the one metric that may matter more than any other for long-term growth for professional services firms: project profitability. The nature of the […]
This live video webinar takes the white paper of the same name to the next level with insights from two CFOs – Bill Bamford of Kennebunkport Resort Collection and Andrew Pease of Brighter. Both Bamford and Pease discuss how these critical five questions have transformed their respective organizations. Watch the video below and read the […]
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