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Sage 200 Pricing

Sage 200 costs are dependent first on which version you need, how many users you choose and if any additional modules, training and support are required.

Small businesses can often be surprised by how little it costs to implement an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system like Sage 200 and pricing can be far less than first anticipated. The cost-to-benefit ratio can be extremely attractive.
There are two versions of Sage 200 available, Sage 200 Standard and Sage 200 Professional:

  • Sage 200 Standard is entirely cloud-based, without the need for on-premise servers. It features core financials and commercials that will satisfy the needs of many businesses.
  • Sage 200 Professional is an on-premise or cloud hosted solution. It features core financials, however a wide range of additional modules (including industry specific modules) are available for an additional monthly fee.

For more detailed version information and to compare the differences between Sage 200 Standard and Sage 200 Professional, we recommend reading our article: Sage 200 – Standard vs Professional Compared.

 

How much does Sage 200 cost?

  • Sage 200 Standard has a base unit price of £305.00* per month and includes financials and commercials and 3 desktop users. Extra users cost £17.00* per user per month and extra companies cost £34.00* per company per month.
  • Sage 200 Professional has a base price of £289.00* per month and includes financials, business intelligence and 1 desktop user. Extra users cost £48.00* per user per month and these is no charge for extra companies.

 

Sage 200 Standard Base Price List

  • Software base unit cost £305.00* per month.
  • Additional desktop user cost of £17.00* per user per month (3 included).
  • Additional connected user cost of £5.75* per user per month (2 included).
  • Additional companies cost of £34.00* per company per month.
  • Core financials and commercials included in the monthly cost.
  • Server cost eliminated as the software is fully cloud based.
  • Additional investment for the implementation project, support, training and data migration.

 

Sage 200 Professional Base Price List

  • Software base unit cost £289.00* per month.
  • Additional desktop user cost of £48.00* per user per month. (1 included).
  • Connected user cost of £9.00* per user per month.
  • CRM user cost of £32.50* per concurrent user per month.
  • Core financials and business intelligence included in the monthly cost.
  • Physical on-premise or hosted off-premise servers required at an additional cost.
  • Multi-company, so no additional cost for additional companies.
  • Additional monthly fees for additional modules (if required).
  • Additional investment for the implementation project, support, training and data migration.

 

Additional Module Costs for Sage 200 Professional

Sage 200 Professional is highly customizable, with a wide range of additional Sage modules available, along with further modules developed by third party software providers. These additional modules are designed to help a range of industries, including manufacturing, construction and warehousing to overcome industry specific challenges. Here are some of the most popular additional Sage 200 Professional modules;

 

Popular Sage 200 ModulesPricing
Sage 200 CommercialsFrom £123.00* per month
Sage 200 Project AccountingFrom £112.00* per month
Sicon ManufacturingFrom £531.00* per month
Sage 200 Bill of MaterialsFrom £85.00* per month
Sage 200 Customer Relationship Management (CRM)£32.50* per concurrent user per month

 

Here are some popular additional third-party modules available for Sage 200 Professional;

 

Popular 3rd Party ModulesPricing
ProjectsFrom £233.00* per month
ConstructionFrom £474.00* per month
KittingFrom £67.00* per month
Shop Floor Data CaptureFrom £113.00* per month
Barcoding & WarehousingFrom £362.00* per month
Document ManagementFrom £25.00* per user per month
Invoice ApprovalsFrom £127.00* per month (Document Management required)
Works Order Processing (WOP)From £233.00* per month
Material Resource Planning (MRP)From £166.00* per month (WOP required)

 

Example Sage 200 Standard Pricing

The below example is based on Sage 200 Standard with 5 users;

  • Sage 200 Standard base cost £305.00* per month.
  • Two additional desktop users at £17.00* per user per month = £34.00* (3 users already included).
  • Total monthly cost example: from £339.00*.

 

Example Sage 200 Professional Pricing

The below example is based on Sage 200 Professional with 3 desktop users, 1 connected user, commercials and projects;

  • Sage 200 Professional base cost £289.00* per month.
  • 2 additional desktop users at £48.00* per user per month = £96.00* (1 user already included).
  • 1 connected user at £9.00* per month.
  • Commercials from £123.00* per month.
  • Projects from £233.00* per month.
  • Total monthly cost example: from £750.00*.

Please note that for Sage 200 Professional, additional fees may apply for hosting on either physical on-premise servers, hosted off-premise servers, or for cloud hosting.

*Prices exclude VAT and are recurring monthly costs usually for a minimum of 12+ month contracts and are indicative UK pricing only. All pricing is subject to scope and is also subject to change.

 

Sage 200 User Types Explained

  • Sage 200 Desktop User: Desktop users are users who carry out tasks and process data within Sage 200. They are concurrent users, meaning the total number of user licenses required is the maximum number of users that need access to the software at any one time. For example, if you have 10 employees but only 5 need access at one time, only 5 licenses will be required.
  • Sage 200 Connected User: Connected users can access the software directly in Sage 200 or via a web portal to authorize purchase orders and view reports. They don’t process data and each user needs their own named license.
  • Sage 200 CRM User: CRM users can access Sage 200 Customer Relationship Management software via Sage 200 or a web portal. Each user is also named and requires their own license.

 

Sage 50 to Sage 200 Migration Costs

Sage 50 to Sage 200 migrations are extremely common, with businesses already familiar with Sage 50 choosing to stay within the Sage family. Sage 50 to Sage 200 migration costs can vary on a project by project basis, and on the required end configuration of Sage 200. There can also be costs associated with migration of data between the two systems.

Sage often offers pricing incentives to encourage Sage 50 to users to make the move to Sage 200. If you would like to learn more about Sage 50 to Sage 200 migrations, you can read this informative article.

If you are moving to Sage 200 from other smaller business systems, the process is still relatively simple. Any reputable Sage Partner will help you organize your data into the required format to be uploaded into Sage 200, and provide your required configuration of Sage 200.

 

Sage 200 Standard Free Trial

Sage offers a completely free 30 day trial, allowing you to explore the full range of features that Sage 200 Standard has to offer. The trial comes complete with demonstration data, meaning you can truly test out the features and functionality of the software.

You’ll need a Sage ID which you can get by setting up a free Sage Account. You’ll need to add info@sageerponlineservices.com to your safe senders list for the email account you register with to make sure you receive emails relating to your trial.

Why choose Eventura to deliver your Sage 200 project?

 

Eventura has been expertly delivering Sage 200 Standard, Sage 200 Professional and Sage 50 to Sage 200 projects for almost two decades. As a Sage Partner, we have helped countless businesses use Sage 200 to streamline their business processes and achieve growth. We have also helped countless businesses move from other smaller business systems to Sage 200, ensuring a smooth transition and accurate data migration.

“Our new Sage 200 ERP solution has provided full visibility across the business. Streamlined processes and workflows are 100% more efficient.”

Lisa BoltonFinance Manager – BHL

“Eventura are customer focused and informative; they listened to our challenges before offering a solution that delivered to our needs.”

Martin McQuaid – Director, DH Welton

“Our Eventura Sage Consultant was very supportive, and his product knowledge is vast which was key in ensuring the success of the project. Great experience all round.”

Lisa Bolton – Finance Manager – BHL

“We would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Eventura.”

Lisa Bolton – Finance Manager – BHL

“Eventura are experienced guys and, yes, they’ve got knowledge of IT, but they also really know what they’re talking about business-wise. We really do feel as though they’re part of our business.”

Rectella

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Make The Most Of Sage 200

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If you would like to speak to a Sage specialist about a new or existing Sage installation or Sage support, please feel free to get in touch, and we will try our very best to help.

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