Discover the fresh new look of Sage 200…

If you’ve been keeping up with recent dcs news you’ll have noticed that the release of the 2015 version of Sage 200 has been a hot topic with this latest iteration of the popular ERP system billed as the strongest since the solution first hit the market ten years ago.

To access the complete Sage 200 2015 New Features presentation complete the form below.

We’ve previously posted about all the new features and functionality available in the new release but we thought it only right and proper to now focus on the element that is likely to make the biggest first impression on system users, namely the new look and feel provided by a completely revamped user interface (UI).

When it comes to business-critical systems like Sage 200, the management and employees of an organisation who use the software on a daily basis need a solution which is useable and intuitive. It is this area that has been significantly strengthened by the new 200 UI which delivers through some key developments.

The New Home Screen:Sage 200 2015 front screen

The brand new Sage 2015 200 homepage offers three different ways to access the areas of the system which the individual user works in the most: Getting Started; Favourites; and Frequently Accessed. Sage 200 2015 will also automatically remember the option last accessed by the user and displays it as a pop-up at next login.

If none of these suit then the 2015 version will also allow the user to set any list view, process map or workspace as their homepage.

 

A New Menu System:Sage 200 2015 new menu

The new menu within Sage 200 2015 is designed with ease of use and simple navigation of the system as priorities. The main menu can be ‘pinned’ to give one-click access to the full menu or ‘snapped’ to free up valuable screen space when working.

A new and powerful advanced search function allows users to find the areas and functions they need quickly while the menu can also be filtered depending on the role(s) of the user. This means you only see the options that you need and therefore streamline your working environment hugely.

As if all that wasn’t enough to ensure you can get to where you need to be quickly and easily, with the right permissions users can even design their own menu structures.

 

Interactive Dashboards: Sage 200 2015 summary screen dashboard

Sage 200 introduces brand new interactive dashboards to the system for sales, purchases, sales orders and financials. With these powerful business information tools you can now have an even better view on the health of your business.

Get better visibility of the information you need and analysed however you want to with tools that allow you to filter, zoom in, interrogate charts and drill down to additional information. You can even access the new dashboards online so you can get the statistics you need, when you need them from wherever you are.

To take a closer look at the new Sage 200 UI you can also watch the video below…

 

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