Sage 200 2013 – What Has Improved? – Part 2

Sage 200 2013
A screenshot of Sage 200 Workspaces

Sage 200 2013 – What Has Improved? – Part 2

Sage 200 2013 may have been released back in September 2013, but are people convinced that there is anything worthwhile in the ninth installment of Sage 200? Well, there are quite a few new features that can help you run your business in a more efficient way. At Kinspeed, we have decided to continue with our list of Sage 200 2013 improvements:

Sage 200 2013 Improvements

One Click Deployment: –

With Sage 2013 , your Sage Business Partner will be able to quickly and efficiently implement the client set up on-site as well as remotely.

Sage Report Designer Enhancements: –

Sage have added an edit option to the preview screen that allows you to launch Sage Report Designer.

Sage have listened to customer’s feedback and have simplified the user interface of report designer! The new default view has all advanced edit tools hidden from view and a user can choose to show any of the hidden content by simply adding it to your new interface! Don’t worry, you can always reset back to default view.

If you’re upgrading from Sage 50 to 200, there should be a smoother transaction period with your report designer as it is exactly the same.

Support New Technology Platforms: –

For Sage 2013, there is now support on:

* Windows 8 Enterprise and Professional clients
* Support for Microsoft Windows 2012 Server (including Essentials)
* Support for Microsoft Office 2013 (32 & 64 bit) and Microsoft
* Office 365 (NB: Office 2013 is not supported with CRM until we support v7.2- see CRM section)
* Support for Internet Explorer 10

Sage is now ensuring customers are supported on modern and up to date technology platforms.

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