you lost your reseller? Need emergency technical support? We
provide prompt remote support. Reasonable hourly rate with no minimum
charges. Call us Toll Free at 1-877-932-7766 or in Maryland
We have been exclusively handling SBT Accounting Software (a/k/a "ACCPAC" or "Sage") solutions since 1987. We have programmers on staff who can
help you with your customization requirements as well as technical support
our existing client base, as well as provide support for "orphaned end
users" who no longer have a reseller to work with. Through
corporate mergers and acquisitions (as described below),
many resellers no longer support these product lines.
happy to help you however we can.
We can use any of today's
standard remote access tools (to gain access to your system) such as
www.gotomypc.com, Citrix, VNC, RDP, PC Anywhere, etc.
Sage vs. ACCPAC vs. SBT? What is ACCPAC? Sage? Did SBT go out
of business? Are there any resellers out there still supporting older
versions of SBT software?
ACCPAC International purchased SBT Corporation in 2000. Then ACCPAC was
purchased by Sage. The "Pro Series" software programs are
continually improved and supported by Sage. You may hear Pro Series
referred to as "Sage Pro ERP". Series 200 means the
code version and Series 100 means compiled/no source code. The latest version was discontinued as of 3/31/14.
Point 10 was discontinued, and is no longer sold or supported by Sage.
(We still support all versions, even going back to the old
We Actively Support
Professional Series : All versions
Vision Point : All versions
Series 6 & 7 Versions: 6.2, 6.35, 7
We also have past experience with third party products such as Dynamite,
QuoteDesk, F9, and the Lahey products.
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your system crash? Are your files corrupt? Give us
and we'll dial in to diagnose and fix your problem to get you back in
business as quickly as possible
- Did your printer get
jammed during a big AP check run? And now your payables or vendor
balances are incorrect? We know how to quickly fix this...
you use a modification to the existing reports to make your job more
efficient? Or maybe would you prefer to see the report output
to an Excel file that you can sort and manipulate on your own?
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