Sage 50cloud Price Increases
As of the 1st March, 2020 ...
Posted by Alison Mead on 17/02/2020 @ 8:00AM
Sage 50cloud pricing is going up as of 1st March 2020. Any new quotations from that date will be at this new price, but current pricing is fixed until the end of your subscription ...
Sage 50cloud subscription pricing goes up on 1st March 2020!
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This is great if you're subscribing via Silicon Bullet. Your price rise will start depending on when you moved to Sage 50cloud. The changes are in line with Sage's commitment to investing in product development.
"Sage believes this will deliver real value to their customers!"
If you are on a yearly subscription, you can expect the price increase to be applied from your next renewal date. If you are on a monthly subscription, this begins on 1st March 2020. If you are supported via Sage directly, you should have already received an individual communication from Sage about the increases.
Since the last pricing change, Sage has significantly invested in research, development and innovation in streamlining accounting and Payroll processes. I feel these increases are fair and balanced and in line with what I was expecting.
Until next time ...
Would you like to know more?
If you'd like to learn more about Sage 50cloud or wish to discuss these price increases, do give me a call on 01604 420057, leave a comment below or use the Messenger tool you can see in the bottom right of your screen to chat right now.
About Alison Mead ...
Alison loves bookkeeping and supporting bookkeepers. She has been helping clients to be better bookkeepers in Sage 50 for over 24 years and has been Xero Accredited in accounts and payroll for a number of years too.
She specialises in a very unique hand-holding method of training, helping bookkeepers and business owners to use their accounts software as and when they need support in setting up and producing their invoices, reports and financial information.
Alison combines her role at Silicon Bullet with her Forever Living network marketing businesses and is often to be seen at business networking meetings as she likes to keep busy.
You know what they say: if you want something done well ask a busy person!
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