Author: jmschaller

Sage 50 (the product formerly known as Peachtree) has long been seen as the orphan stepchild of the 800 pound gorilla in the small business accounting software market that is Intuit QuickBooks. With the release of Sage50c in February of …

Sage 50 Sticks its Toe in the Cloud Read More »

The Sage 50 2016 Edition is now available to any company with a currently active Sage BusinessCare subscription. If you are not presently on a BusinessCare subscription, you will need to subscribe – for at least the first year – …

Sage 50 2016 Now Available Read More »

End of life issues are always difficult ones to face, even when it comes to technology. Microsoft has announced its Server End of Life for Microsoft Server 2003, effective July 14, 2015. As with all “end of life” issues, this …

Server End of Life Read More »

With all of the leaves pretty much off the trees and on the ground, a bit of cleanup is necessary to prepare the yard for the emergence of new plants next spring. Ditto for your Sage 50 accounting data. To …

Sage 50 Year End Close Read More »

Having just survived election season, we are all very much attuned to “key indicators” that can help to predict outcomes. Certainly we have seen no lack of these in the press over the past few months, some accurate, some not …

Preparing for the End of the PC? Read More »

The notice reprinted below from Sage Software has been recently posted in the “What’s New” section of the latest Sage 50 product release. This notice may – or may not – be sent to all current subscribers, so I thought …

Peachtree Tax Table Subscriptions are Ending Read More »

The next version of Windows should be upon us by the fall of 2012. According to Windows president Steven Sinofsky, Windows 8 will represent a “generational change” for Windows, not unlike the transition from Windows 3.1 to Windows 95 (who …

Windows the 8th: Legitimate Heir or Pretender to the Throne? Read More »

There has been lots of “activity” at Sage over the past few months, suggesting that the company is, in their own phrasing, undergoing a “transformation” of sorts. What that might bode for the future of “the product formerly known as …

Reading the Peachtree Tea Leaves Read More »

As most customers have heard by now, when Sage releases the next version of Peachtree in May, the product will be officially re-branded, from “Peachtree” to “Sage 50 – U.S. Edition”. What has not yet been widely publicized, however, is …

Important Peachtree Changes on the Horizon Read More »

Peachtree “archives”, of both the home-brew variety and those created directly from within the program, have been around for some time. Of late however, we have been fielding more questions about them, as users find they need more generous access …

Archiving Your Peachtree databases Read More »