A Beginners’ Guide To Sage 50

Our Sage Experts have put together a free guide for Sage 50 users. Perfect for novice, intermediate and advanced users.

Whether you’ve been using Sage products for years or are a complete newbie, our Beginners’ Guide to Sage 50 will take you step by step through the key areas of the software, and help make your day-to-day working life that little bit easier.

Whether you are an experienced or new user of Sage products, start at the beginning of this useful guide to understand how to get started with Sage 50.

Optimise your knowledge with some top tips for best practice towards the end of the guide.
Additional information is also available outlining resources and support available from The HBP Group.

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Sage 50 Beginners Guide

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What is Sage 50?

Sage 50 is designed for small and medium sized companies, offering a completely flexible modular business solution that empowers users to manage finances.

Why does my business use Sage 50?

To ensure that all data necessary for the vital operation of the business is accessibly stored in a fully integrated system, creating a single view of business activities that can be shared between departments whether the user is in or out of the office.

Excerpt From The Guide:

Navigation is the key when it comes to using Sage 50.Once you have the basics, getting to grips with processing and regular tasks becomes much easier.

Down the navigation bar at the left side of your screen, there are a number of tabs
representing each of the processing modules within Sage 50. Dependant on what your company has been activated for, the following modules will be available with the following option groups:

  • Sales (Holds all customer information, Sales Order Processing, Invoicing and Credits).
  • Purchase (Holds all Supplier information, Purchase Order Processing, Invoicing and Payments).
  • Products and Service (Holds all Product Records, and Stock Management).
  • Financial (Holds all Bank Account Records, Bank Reconciliation process, Nominal Records, VAT Return process and Full Transaction List).
  • Diary (Holds the Sage 50 Diary).
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Is Sage 50 The Right Accounts Solution For Your Business

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Our Accounts Software reviews can take place over video voice call, video call or in person and will establish the most important things about your business, your current solution and you future plans.

From there we will work with you to design a workflow process that will change the way you work and increase efficiency throughout your business. It takes around 30-45 mins to have an initial chat and it’s completely free!

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