At its peak, Sage 500 had perhaps as many as 4,000 active customers. Today there are probably less than 2,000 companies using it but they are loyal customers who understand the value proposition of the product. Customers interact on Sage City, an online user community and meet at Sage Summit, the annual user conference and
Sage 500 includes dozens of accounting, distribution, and manufacturing modules including business intelligence, payroll, human resources, and much more. In addition, there is a significant third party app community with dozens of products to extend Sage 500 functionality. A complete suite of add-ons for inventory and manufacturing are sold by e2b teknologies as the Anytime
Sage 500 is available exclusively in English and does not support international business requirements. As such, it is predominantly used inside the United States. There are a handful of customers using Sage 500 in Mexico through a third party Spanish translation and there are a few dozen customers in Canada, throughout the Caribbean, and a
Sage 500 is written in Microsoft Visual Basic and .Net. It was one of the first ERP product optimized exclusively for the Micosoft SQL Server database. It is typically installed on-premise but may also be deployed in virtualized environments or as a hosted application.
As the world continues to respond to the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, more organizations have established remote working protocols to slow the spread and promote our safe recovery. As a result, an increasing number of businesses are choosing software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions for financial management and the security of their business data. SaaS refers to
Coming into 2020, no one expected the new normal to include entire companies working remotely. At the same time, no one expected the COVID-19 virus to roll throughout the world and become a pandemic quite the way it has either. To prevent the disease from rapidly spreading, working professionals (who can) have resorted to working