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Sage 200c Standard


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Maintenance Information
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trust-ok Available Service - Intermittent Connectivity Issues


( 2017-10-05 10:00:00 UTC  >> 2017-10-05 14:53:00 UTC )

05/10/2017 12:30 UTC - We are currently investigating intermittent connectivity issues to the Sage BMS Online Services Portal. Further updates will be provided at 14:30pm UTC

05/10/2017 14:20 UTC - This issue has now been resolved. If you have any further issues, please contact our Customer Services team.

trust-ok Available Service - Performance Degradation When Logging In

U.K. & Ireland,
( 2017-09-21 10:10:00 UTC  >> 2017-09-21 12:28:00 UTC )

21/09/2017 10:10 UTC - Some customers have reported slow service performance whilst logging in to Sage 200c (Sage 200 Standard). We are investigating and have escalated to our third party hosting provider.

21/09/2017 12:28 UTC - This issue has now been resolved. If you have any further issues, please contact our Customer Services team.

planned-maintenance Planned Maintenance - Scheduled Product Release

U.K. & Ireland,
( 2017-09-22 21:00:00 UTC  >> 2017-09-23 01:00:00 UTC )

We will be upgrading to a new version of the product with no interruption to service. Following this maintenance, the following new features will be available:

Check budgets

- If you use purchase authorisation, you can check that purchase orders you are about to authorise will not exceed the budgets set on your nominal accounts.

- If you enable Check budgets when authorising purchase orders, Sage 200c will check your nominal account budgets each time you authorise a purchase order. A warning is displayed when you try to authorise the order if the value of any item on the purchase order will exceed the nominal budget linked to that item, or any item on the purchase order contains a blank or invalid nominal account code.

Original budget values

- When you enter your nominal account budgets, or import budgets, you can now set an Original Budget figure. This is useful if you want to keep a record of the initial budget amount so that you can compare it against any changes to the budget.