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Integrated solutions to help achieve better business


Darren Liddell Manager, Developers Programme


Hello, and welcome to the Sage Additions Guide 2012. This year, our diverse and expanding portfolio of Sage-integrated products range from barcoding and EDI solutions to specialist


applications for day nursery management and breweries. Our guide showcases the growing innovation and expertise that exists within the Sage Developer Community to help achieve better business.


I’d like to take this opportunity to tell you about the schemes that we have recently introduced to drive quality assurance and reduce any perceptions of risk that you may have with Sage Additions and our Developer Community. To give you peace of mind when


Contacts


Commercial Director Michael Beech 020 7250 7953 michael.beech@vitessemedia.co.uk


Editor Pete Swabey 020 7250 7961


Head of Production and Design Neill Purvis 020 7250 7018


Group Sub-Editor Alan Dobie


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Disclaimer The views expressed in this publication are those of the contributors and are intended to provide general information about developments and issues which may be of interest and for which Vitesse Media Plc and Sage (UK) Limited accept no responsibility. The information provided in this publication is not intended to be comprehensive or to provide any specialist advice. Readers should obtain detailed specialist advice before taking or refraining from any action as a result of the comments made in this publication. Reproduction in whole or part without written permission is strictly prohibited. © 2012 Sage (UK) Limited. All rights reserved. Sage and the Sage logo where shown are trademarks (whether registered, unregistered or in application) of Sage (UK) Limited or its licensors in the United Kingdom and/or other countries. Other company product and brand names mentioned may be the trademarks (whether registered, unregistered or in application) of their respective owners.


Additions The Guide – 2012 Edition 3


choosing a product, we launched our Certified Solutions Scheme last summer and invited Developers to have their Sage-related products independently certified by Lionbridge VeriTest, the world’s largest and best-known software product testing authority.


The Certified Solutions Scheme sets minimum standards for the installation and functionality of Sage Additions. Testing currently covers products associated with Sage Instant Accounts and Sage 50 Accounts. Certification for products related to Sage 200 Suite is coming soon! We also introduced the Sage Developer


Accreditation scheme to test knowledge of our products. Developers can now sit exams for Sage 50 Accounts, Sage 200 Suite, Sage ACT! and Sage CRM to demonstrate their development expertise for these products. As you read through the guide, watch out for logos highlighting Sage Certified Solutions and Accredited


Contents


Industry-specific product index .... 4 Cross-industry product index ......... 8 Developer services index .............. 184


Sage Additions .......................................... 17 Sage Developers ................................... 183 A-Z index ..................................................... 211


Developers. These logos also reflect our recommendations and enable you to act with confidence. It’s early days for both schemes, but we expect to see many of our Developer Community taking advantage of them over the course of the year. If you’d like to view Sage Additions online, simply visit the website www.sage.co.uk/additions. We’re regularly adding new software and services, so you’ll find our most up-to- date directory there. Alternatively, if you’re an end-user


and would like a Sage Business Partner to contact you to discuss your requirements, please call us on 0845 11 9988 to find out what Sage Additions can do for your business.


Best regards, Darren Liddell


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