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Online payments now automatically reconciled into Sage One software
Sage has today announced the full integration of its’ core cloud-based products for small and medium-sized businesses - Sage Pay and Sage One - to ease online payments for retailers.
The new functionality allows merchants to sync online payment data from Sage Pay directly into Sage One - the online accounting solution from Sage, instead of manually inputting the information. This automation will help save time for the user, remove the risk of manual errors, ensure that their’ books are accurate, compliant and up-to-date and provide them with a more accurate appraisal of their financial situation.
Once connected, the Sage One system will automatically inform the user if there are any new Sage Pay transactions to import into the system every day, saving merchants time and easing the process of accounts reconciliation.
“The integrated solution means retailers – especially those in the SMB sector – can concentrate on running their businesses, minimising the time they need to spend on bookkeeping and administration,” said Simon Black, CEO at Sage Pay. “Enabling SMBs to focus on what matters is critical to their growth and success – and to the success of the UK economy. The improved integration between Sage One and Sage Pay is exactly the kind of streamlined, joined-up business process they need.”
The integration announcement follows a successful year for Sage, with the number of customers using a Sage core accounting system and a Sage payments solution rising to almost 14,000 in 2013, an increase of 42 per cent from 2012. Sage also recently announced a threefold increase in Sage One customers in the UK & Ireland, from 6,100 to 21,000 in the 12 months leading up to September 2013.
Lisa Ewens, Sage One Category Manager said: “The new and improved integration between Sage Pay and Sage One makes perfect sense for our users as it will enable them to spend less time on business administration and more on marketing and selling their products. The recent surge in Sage One customers suggests a growing demand for easy, online services in the start-up and small business community and we now have a truly connected system for them to receive and manage their payments.”
The integrated offering is automatically available to all customers who are using Sage Pay and Sage One and is simply turned on within their account ‘Settings’.
Please visit www.sage.com to view the recent financial results posted on December 4.
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About Sage Pay
Sage Pay is Europe’s leading independent payment service provider (PSP) and is one of the most trusted payment brands. Every year Sage Pay processes billions of pounds worth of secure payments for its 50,000 customers and makes the process of accepting payments online, over the phone, or in person simpler, faster, safer and more profitable for businesses.
Sage Pay is a subsidiary of FTSE 100 business management software and services company The Sage Group plc. For further information please visit: www.sagepay.com
About Sage One
Sage One sets the standard for online accounting and payroll software. Easy to use, jargon free and with simple pricing, within a couple of clicks you can work in real time with your accountant and connect to other powerful business apps. Support is included in the monthly subscription charge, so if you ever have a question, Sage’s UK-based support team are a phone call or email away 24/7, 365 days a year. With Sage One, you’ll have everything you need to manage your business, accounts and payroll, the easy way.
• Sage One Accounts Extra – just £25 per month + VAT
• Sage One Accounts – just £10 per month + VAT
• Sage One Cashbook – just £5 per month + VAT
• Sage One Payroll – just £5, £10 or £15 per month + VAT (for 5, 10 or 15 employees)
Please visit http://uk.sageone.com to find out more about the Sage One service.