What’s new in V28 of Sage 50Cloud Accounts?

Sage have released v28 of Sage 50cloud Accounts. This version brings new and improved features to the software. There are also some things you need to consider before making the switch.

What’s new?

  • A new business dashboard which is customisable so that you can choose what key business information you want to view without having to run various reports
  • There is now a new icon which you can click to access the Sage 50cloud Accounts help centre from your desktop 

What’s been improved?

  • The installation process has been enhanced to improve user experience
  • Date checking has been improved so that you get clear visibility and expectations
  • Messaging has been enhanced
  • Remote data access has been simplified and enhanced. You no longer need to visit the office to perform certain tasks such as setting up bank feeds, direct debits and invoice payments as all features can now be used remotely. This also includes Microsoft 365 integration.

Shall I install the latest update?

Although we advise that you should keep your software up to date, we would say that if you are the cautious type it may be best to wait a little while longer. Some integrated apps may not be compatible with this version yet, so it’s best to find out what you have connected to your Sage 50cloud Accounts software before you apply this update.

If you are working from home remotely it’s important to speak to your team as everyone will need to install the upgrade.

If you only use Sage 50cloud Accounts in one location then ensure that before you install the latest version that there are no errors or warnings in your data. These will need to be resolved before you move to version 28. Ensure you backup your data before you proceed and that you are logged in as an administrator.

Good luck with your new version of Sage 50 cloud Accounts!

19/10/21

“Any advice relating to accounts or tax should be sought from your tax accountant. Sage Accounts Solutions Limited will not be held responsible for any loss or damage caused as a result of the information contained herein.”

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