Sage 300

Simplify your financials and reduce the complexities of running multi-entities with Sage 300 a  enterprise resource planning (ERP) software suite designed for small to medium-sized businesses. Centralize your processes and manage your accounting, inventory, operations, distribution, and more from a single application.

Manage multiple entities with ease. Manage multiple locations across multiple regions, languages, and currencies. Connect, analyze, and report on multiple business units, subsidiaries, companies and countries within your organization.

Grow and scale your company with ease

Grow your multi-location, multi-entity business with best-in-class financial tools.

Automate your finances

Auto-detect unrecorded transactions, errors, and differences. Reconcile your books with bank statements.

Eliminate international business complexity

Manage finances with a multi-currency, multi-lingual, centralized, and user-friendly interface.

Tap into an ecosystem of proven solutions

Work seamlessly with the tools you already have and future-proof the growth of your business.

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What is Sage 300?

Sage 300 is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software suite designed for small to medium-sized businesses. It is developed and sold by Sage, a global software company that specializes in business management software.

How your industry can benefit from Sage 300

The software is designed to provide a centralized platform for managing all aspects of a business's operations, including accounting and financial management, inventory control, and sales and marketing.

Who is Sage 300 for?

Sage 300 is designed for small to medium-sized businesses that need an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to help them manage their operations more efficiently

What are the Advantages of Using Sage 300

  • Scalability: Sage 300 is a scalable solution that can grow with a business
  • Customization: The software can be customized to meet the specific needs of different businesses
  • Financial management: Sage 300 offers advanced financial management features such as multi-currency support, automated bank feeds, and cash flow management tools
  • Inventory management: The software provides robust inventory management features, including real-time inventory tracking, automated reordering, and serialized inventory tracking.
  • Reporting and analysis: Sage 300 provides advanced reporting and analysis tools, allowing businesses to generate custom reports
  • Integration: The software can be integrated with other business applications, allowing businesses to streamline their operations and improve efficiency.

Sage 300 Question Answered

Is Sage 300 cloud based?

Yes, Sage 300 is available as a cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, which means that it can be accessed via the internet using a web browser.  In addition it can been offered as a on-premise or private cloud alternatives.

What are the licensing options for Sage 300?

 Subscription license: A subscription license is a monthly or annual subscription that provides the business with access to the software and any updates during the subscription period.  The software can be deployed on-premise or in a privaye cloud.

Cloud subscription: Sage 300 is also available as a cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, which provides businesses with a subscription to the software that includes hosting and maintenance services.

What industries is Sage 300 appropriate for?

Sage 300 can be used for a variety of industries but the most common are Distribution, Manufacturing, Services, Construction and Non-profit

With Sage 300 organisations achieve on average


Customers manage an average of 8 entities in a single instance.


One user manages 858 entities in a single instance.


Our customers stay with us for an average of 9.6 years.

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