There are many different softwares on the market today in the UK when it comes to running company accounts, but Sage Line 50 and Sage Payroll are still the most common for SME that remain using 'on-premise' solutions. Sage Line 50 however is simply one variant of a large family of products from the Sage range that allow you to run your business simply yet effectively.
InsolvencyIT can help recover your Sage Data whether it be from Sage 50, 100 or 200 to a usable state allowing for analysis and production of financials for reporting and recovery of monies against your cases. Using the original accounts system rather than trailing through a paper trail brings obvious advantages of both accuracy and speed.
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Sage Line 50 Accounts and Sage Line 50 VAT Edition and Accountants versions allow you to run one or more businesses across one or more currencies depending on your license.
Sage Payroll is a seperate system to Sage Accounts that assists with the pay-run of a company that must be kept up to date for PAYE rates but otherwise automates pay calculation simply.
The Sage 200 system incorporates all of your business into a single package (in many cases) allowing for CRM and stock-control integration. The Sage 200 interface has greatly improved and is an excellent SME business application.
The Sage cloud offering is similar to Quickbooks Online or Xero and allows (with a subscription) a constantly up-to-date Payroll and Accounting system to be run from any computer that automatically updates from your bank account.
Our experience at recovering data from Sage in under difficult conditions ix extensive. We recover data from old laptops, from servers, from USB devices and from internet storage in order to give our clients a clearer understanding of the recent financial history of their insolvency and liquidation cases. Data is not always happily provded and recognising signs that data may have been moved or deleted can often help us bring results above and beyond the data that other recovery professionals can provide.