Regular Hours (Central Time): Mon - Fri 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Overtime: Mon - Fri 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Based in Tulsa, OK, on-site service is provided in Oklahoma as well as northwest Arkansas and southwest Missouri.
Telephone, remote, and email support is provided nation-wide.
10611 E 17th Pl Tulsa, OK 74128
Certified Windows 10 Compatible
Payments Center Dashboard - Described by Sage as ” the all-in-one place to apply for a Sage Payment Solutions merchant account in order to securely process credit or debit cards within the program.”
Services Navigation Center provides one-click access to explore available add-on services:
Credit card processing
Checks & Forms
Sage Mobile Sales
Sage 50 2016 New Features
Process Credit Card Refunds from inside Sage 50 – If you use Sage Payment Solutions to process credit cards right in the Receive Money window of Sage 50, you’ll be happy to know that you can finally process a refund the same way. Just bring up the receipt that originally paid the invoice and click the “Issue Refund” link. A new receipt will be created and its status will show “Approved – Refund Receipt.” The original receipt’s status will then show “Approved – Refund Issued.”
Sage iPhone App – lets you see customer information, item purchase history, and quantity available for items on an iPhone. You must have a current Business Care plan but, other than that, there’s no charge to use the app. Of course you can choose to upgrade to Sage Mobile Sales (subscription required) if you want to be able to enter quotes and orders from an iPad. You can find more details and download the no-charge version at http://na.sage.com/us/sage-mobility/sage-mobile-sales. This feature has already been discontinued. However online/mobile invoicing was added via integration with Sage One in v2017.1.
Convenient Signup for Payroll and Credit Card Processing – In-program signups have been added to make it easier to sign up for Credit Card Processing (Sage Payment Solutions) and payroll, including Sage Full Service Payroll.
Microsoft Outlook Integration Removed – Previous versions could sync customers, vendors, and employees with separate Outlook contact lists. This feature has been removed due to the small number of people who used it.
Windows XP and Server 2003 No Longer Supported – This corresponds with Microsoft ending support for both of these products. If you are still using Windows XP or Server 2003, you will need to upgrade your operating system before you can upgrade to Sage 50 2016. Keep this in mind if you do payroll in Sage 50 2015 as it will become obsolete later this year. Actually, support for Windows XP and Server 2003 was dropped with Sage 50 v2015 but it still ran fine, at just wasn’t officially supported. But in version 2016 Sage has switched their .Net version to 4.5.2, which won’t install on XP and Server 2003.
Easy Conversion of Sales Orders and Purchase Orders to Invoice has been fixed. – Version 2015.3 added a button to the sales order window to convert an order to a sales invoice and an equivalent button in the purchase order window to convert a PO to an accounts payable invoice. A bug that was in this feature has been fixed so that changes made to the order’s header information, such as such as the ship-to address, will now be copied correctly to the invoice.
Easier Upgrades - Version upgrades and updates will now download automatically and prompt you to install when it is ready. No more watching for email notifications and manual downloads.
Data Sharing with Sage Drive - This feature is available only to Sage 50c subscribers. (Click here for details on Sage 50 vs Sage 50c) It allows you to grant access to another Sage 50c user outside your office. This can be a convenient way to give your CPA access to your Sage 50 data or to access from home. The other user must also have Sage 50c installed on their computer.
When you share your data, it is uploaded to Sage Drive (a secure cloud server maintained by Sage). The person you shared it with can then open your company in Sage 50c on their computer, which downloads your data to their local hard drive. When finished, their changes will be transferred back to you.
At this time, sharing your data results in being limited to single user access. That can be either the remote user or one local user. You cannot have both in Sage 50 at the same time. Sage has stated that they are working to remove this lmitation.