ReAgent Installs New Version of Sage

Jessica Clifton

by Jessica Clifton

26th June 2019

As part of a series of blog posts looking at new IT infrastructure we have recently implemented at ReAgent, including new high-tech servers and Windows 10 on all computers, we now turn our attention to our critical accounting and finance function.

But firstly, why are we implementing all this new infrastructure? Well, at ReAgent we want to use the latest, most efficient technology to ensure that our customer data is as secure as possible, and that we are as productive as possible. It means we can improve our customer service, our employees have all the tools they need to excel in their work, and we expedite business growth.

Installing a New Version of Sage

Sage is an industry-leading software solution for accounting, payroll, and payments. At ReAgent, we have recently installed the latest version of Sage. It simplifies and enables a wide range of accounting tasks, meaning our finance team can work faster and with pinpoint accuracy.

ReAgent Installs New Version of Sage – accounting becomes more productive and efficient

Sage also makes it easier for us to stay compliant with HMRC guidelines and legislation, means we have the latest anti-virus software, and that we keep up-to-date with upgrades.

Benefits of Installing a New Version of Sage

The Sage accounting software is adaptable and flexible, so as we are growing at a phenomenal rate, the software grows and adapts to our changing needs. This means:

  • Easy collaboration
  • Increased efficiency
  • Improved productivity
  • Less system downtime

It also means that we are completely compliant with the government’s new Making Tax Digital initiative. This means automated tax reporting, keeping digital tax records, and submitting our VAT returns online.

ReAgent Installs New Version of Sage – complying with Making Tax Digital scheme

At ReAgent, we are committed to making improvements across our business that will improve efficiency, productivity and effectiveness both for our employees and for our customers.


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