Get Streets-wise with new Sage package
CHARTERED accountants Streets, who sponsor The Hunts Post e-shot business service, are offering to help owner-managed businesses get to grips with the latest Sage accounting software package at a free breakfast seminar in Cambourne on Tuesday September 22
CHARTERED accountants Streets, who sponsor The Hunts Post e-shot business service, are offering to help owner-managed businesses get to grips with the latest Sage accounting software package at a free breakfast seminar in Cambourne on Tuesday September 22.
"We find businesses benefit from using dedicated accounting packages, such as Sage, to provide an ideal record keeping system as well as a financial management tool to provide for an efficient and profitable business," said the company's marketing partner James Pinchbeck.
The new software offers significant improvements over earlier versions with which companies may already be familiar, he added.
The special seminar is ideally suited for current Sage 50 users and those who might be considering its use - either to replace alternative accounting software or as a first-time accountancy software user, Streets added. The presentation will be designed to provide an insight into the latest version of Sage 50 Accounts 2010, as well as giving useful tips and an illustration of its full operational capabilities.
Key speakers will be Vanessa Watson from Sage and Sarah Leonard from Streets.
INFORMATION: The two-hour event is at The Cambridge Belfry in Cambourne on Tuesday September 22, beginning at 7.45am. For further information or to book a place contact Katy Day at Streets on 0845 880 0320 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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