Upgrade to Sage 50c from TAS Books for More Power

Upgrade to Sage 50c from TAS Books for More Power

A DB Computer Solutions Tech Tip

If you are currently using TAS Books as your accounting system, and are looking for more power and innovative hybrid cloud-powered capabilities, why not consider upgrading to Sage 50c from DB Computer Solutions?

Remember, with Sage 50c from DB Computer Solutions everyday back office tasks are now powerful, quick and easy. And because Sage 50c is hybrid cloud based, your authorised back office staff has the freedom to work from anywhere, at anytime, to feel connected – also enabling easy collaborate with your accountant at a distance.

You do NOT have to start over again. You CAN keep your most critical data. To do so, all you need do is plan carefully and migrate data effectively.

PLANNING

Planning is crucial for successfully upgrading from TAS Books to Sage 50c. Here’s what to consider:

  1. Check TAS Books for relevant data. This can include:
  • In TAS Books check your control accounts. Ensure there’s a nominal code for each account

  • Check that your nominal accounts have correct account types

  • Amend any account types that are incorrect

  • Check all trial balances. Make sure of accuracy

  • Check Aged Debtors and Creditors. Again make sure of accuracy

  1. Determine what data you want to Migrate to Sage 50c

  2. When do you want to go live with Sage 50c? This will help you schedule various tasks

  3. If you’ve completed (1) above, you are confident that your current data residing in TAS Books is up-to-date, reconciled, and in particular, that all payments made or received from customers and suppliers have been allocated. If you are not confident, it’s time to take a close look at this critical data.

  4. Sage 50c Training should also be scheduled to ensure that you and your back office teams leverage the most from Sage 50c functionalities.

  5. Consider document layouts for Purchase Orders, Invoices, Statements, and similar. Now is the time.

WHAT DATA CAN YOU MIGRATE?

  • Customer Records
  • Supplier Records
  • Products with the Sales and Cost Price
  • Customer Opening Balances by Invoice Number
  • Supplier Opening Balances by Invoice Number
  • Stock Quantities

WHEN IS A GOOD TIME TO MIGRATE?

The beginning of a new financial year is the best time. If not, the start of a new VAT period. These are the best times to migrate from one accounting system to a new solution.

ADDED POWER FOR MORE BENEFITS

Why move to a new Sage 50c accounting system? Sage 50c from DB Computer Solutions increases productivity and efficiency due to its wide-ranging, easy-to-use functionalities.

Hybrid cloud power helps to reduce risk to critical data, while enabling the adoption of innovative remote applications and collaborative processes. Click here for all of the outstanding benefits of Sage 50c from DB Computer Solutions.

But there’s more:

  • A Time for Tidying: date migration is the perfect time to get rid of never-to-again-be-used customers, supplier and product records. By tidying up data, your accounting system will function more efficiently and provide you with relevant data

  • Import Foreign Currency Balances – with their original currency values

  • Redesign nominal code structures – to provide managers the insight they need with relevant reports and other powerful business intelligence data. Powerful, relevant reports enables you to manage your business more effectively to carve out more market share, competitive advantage and profits

COMPARE THE DIFFERENCES

See How Sage 50c compares to TAS Books. More power with easy deployment and migration.

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INTERESTED IN MIGRATING FROM TAS TO SAGE 50C?

DB Computer Solutions can help you plan, deploy, and successfully migrate data from TAS to Sage 50c. As an authorised Sage partner, we are right there from the beginning, and all the way through installation, data migration, Sage Training, Sage Support, and more.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT US: 

Email: info@dbcomp.ie                 Tel: 061 480980

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