Sage Quantum – Accountants’ Edition Launched at AICPA Tech 2006

Sage Software announced Peachtree by Sage Quantum – Accountants’ Edition, available exclusively to members of the Sage Software Accountants Network, on Monday at the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Tech 2006, in Austin, Texas. Attendees also had the opportunity to view live demonstrations of several Sage Software products, including Peachtree by Sage Accounting 2007, Sage MAS 90 ERP, Sage MAS 500 ERP and Sage Accpac ERP.


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“Sage Software is squarely focused on the accountant community to provide them with the best tools possible to manage and grow their firms and serve their clients,” Ed Cheeseman, vice president, Sage Software Accountants Network, said in announcing the Accountants Edition. “For 30 years, Sage Software has nurtured strong ties with accountants; we understand the varied needs of this community, and value the opportunity to support AICPA Tech 2006 for our accountant partners. This is a valuable forum for them to learn about new technologies, refine their own practice skills, and take additional insight back to their customers at home.”

The new Peachtree Quantum 2007 is an affordable system for companies that have fully leveraged the capacity of the current Peachtree product line or other similar small business accounting solutions. Currently, Peachtree Complete Accounting, Peachtree Premium Accounting and the Peachtree Premium vertical industry solutions support up to five users. Peachtree Quantum supports up to 10 named users and delivers additional performance and data security and handles larger transaction volumes. The new Peachtree by Sage Quantum 2007 – Accountants’ Edition, enables accountants to open and easily work with their clients’ data from any of the Peachtree by Sage 2007 products, and is available exclusively to Accountants Network members.

Small and mid-sized organizations often rely on their accountants for insight and suggestions on how to more effectively manage their businesses through technology, and the Sage Software Accountants Network helps accountants supply the information their clients need. The Accountants Network offers resources to increase technical competency and help grow an accountant’s practice by providing informative communications and resources, product discounts and membership benefits related to the Sage software family of products. Through Sage software products they include accounting and business management software, support services and upgrades and updates, including tax tables when applicable. In addition to product libraries, the program offers valuable practice development aids and access to discounts on products and services through 36 preferred “Value Partner” vendors such as Dell, Nextel and CCH Learning Center (for CPE).

In addition to live product demonstrations at Tech 2006, representatives from Sage Software Accountants Network will also be on hand to answer questions.

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