Sage North America has made available Sage 50 Construction Accounting 2014, part of the Sage 50 Accounting 2014 product line, offering the ability to accept mobile payments, enhancements to accounts receivable, and integrated Sage Intelligence reporting.
Sage 50 Construction Accounting users can now accept payments from clients using their smartphones or tablets. Once the payment has been accepted, the data flows back to Sage 50, eliminating data entry.
The enhanced accounts receivable feature allows users to more quickly record outstanding customer invoices, as well as a streamlined accounts payable processes. Other core capabilities include progress billing, retainage, labor burden calculations, and work-in-progress reporting.
“Despite improvements in the economy, it's still important for small construction firms and contractors to use their time efficiently and keep tabs on their operations in order to stay competitive in a constantly evolving business landscape,” said Sage executive vice president and general manager, small business accounting solutions Connie Certusi. “Sage 50 Construction Accounting not only offers small construction firms and contractors the ability to accept payments anywhere, anytime, but the solution also provides them with instant access to key information that makes getting paid, making proactive decisions and controlling profitability easier than ever.”
Sage 50 Construction Accounting and the full Sage 50 Accounting 2014 product line are now available direct from Sage and from most computer retailers and office supply stores in June. The suggested retail price for Sage 50 Construction Accounting 2014 starts at $569 for one user.
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