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Reduce Costs with Sage Subscription Pricing

SubscriptionInterested in upgrading to a modern fully integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Accounting solution but concerned about the initial upfront costs? We understand the initial software costs and implementation fees can be daunting. Have you considered subscription pricing? This pricing model is attractive for 3 reasons:

  1. Spreads out cost of software
  2. Always current with the latest technology
  3. Reduces IT resources

Subscription pricing is a monthly per user fee. It is a great option for those who don’t want to invest money upfront for licenses. The subscription model also allows for easy scalability when you want to add additional users or functionality, see below. Typical subscription pricing models demand an year commitment, while Sage reduces your risk with no long- term contract. Sage only requires customers give a 120-day notice.

Another advantage of the subscription model is that updates are constantly being pushed out and are delivered in smaller doses, therefore reducing the impact on you and your staff. The subscription model reinforces the relationship between you, Sage and RKL as we share a common goal of ensuring that you receive the highest value from the subscription and are always current with the latest product features and enhancements.

The subscription model also reduces the impact on your IT staff since your Sage partnership will be responsible for installing all bug fixes and updates, freeing up your IT staff’s valuable resources.

Additional feature sets such as Sage Intelligence or  Sage Inventory Advisor can be added a la carte for increased flexibility, Add-on / Enhancements section of RKLeSolutions.com for an list of optional modules.

Monthly pricing for Sage 100c begins at $50 per user per month. As your usage grows, and when the user count exceeds 5, the price per user decreases. Subscription pricing is also available for Sage X3 ERP, contact us for more details.

Sage Subscription pricing can help you reduce the barrier to entry of a new ERP solution while allowing for scalability of the most current ERP technology available. If you want to learn more about other software scenarios read our blog ERP Cheat Sheet: Cloud vs On-Premises.

Danica Weappa

Written by Danica Weappa

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