What is Sage 200?

Sage 200 name history

Since its birth in 1999, Sage 200 has come a long way. Starting as just 'Line 100' in 1999 with basic functionality and progressing through the years to become 'Sage 200cloud', a powerful integrated business management solution.

  • Sage MMS

    Sage MMS (Mid Market Software) was the original name for Sage 200, released in April 2002.

  • Sage Line 200/ Sage 200 Suite

    Sage 200 Suite, also know as Sage Line 200 was renamed in 2007 after Sage rebranded. The number 200 was added to indicate that the product is aimed at companies with up to 200 employees. It brought with it a load of new features within the Commercials modules and also introduced the Project Accounting module.

  • Sage 200c

    In 2017 Sage added a ‘c’ to the end of Sage 200, rebranding it as Sage 200c. The ‘c’ stood for cloud, signifying its first steps towards making Sage 200 cloud connected.

  • Sage 200cloud

    Shortly after naming Sage 200 ‘Sage 200c’, Sage renamed Sage 200 to Sage 200cloud, elaborating on the ‘c’ and confirming it’s cloud connected functionality with Office 365. and Pegg.

The ultimate Sage 200cloud guide

If you would like to learn more about Sage 200cloud and find if it's the right fit for your business, download our free 'Sage 200cloud Buyers Guide'.

Sage 200cloud Features

Sage 200cloud is ideal for small to medium businesses looking to have one integrated system. Some of it's key features include:

  • Powerful stock management and projection system
  • Integrated system
  • Powerful reporting capabilities
  • Multilevel pricing structure
  • Seamless integration with Sage CRM
  • Powerful warehouse and stock management
  • Integrated Graphical Planner
  • Purchase authorisation process

If you would like to read more in-depth about Sage 200cloud, head to our Sage 200 Software overview page.

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