If you're just starting to explore financial management software solutions, the Sage product portfolio may seem a little overwhelming. Sage 100 vs. Sage 300...Sage X3 vs. Sage 500 (hint–not this one)...Sage Intacct vs. Sage 100...Sage 100 vs. Sage X3...Sage Intacct vs. Sage 300? Where do you start?
When our team starts the discovery process, we ask potential clients a series of questions to help decide which product is worth exploring. We've taken some of the key questions from our discovery process and turned them into a quick flow chart to help you decide which project to begin researching. Of course if you have specific needs or questions about which Sage product is the best fit for your business, we're happy to help—contact us here.
Sage Intacct is a best-in-class, cloud-based financial management software solution for companies of any size. Sage Intacct is purpose-built for Entertainment, Financial Services, Family Offices, Healthcare, Hospitality, Nonprofits, Senior Living, and Wholesale Distributors.
Sage X3 is an enterprise resource planning solution designed for complex organizations. With industry focus on manufacturers, sample industries include Chemicals, Food & Beverage, Nutraceuticals, Pharmaceuticals, and Make-to-Stock discrete manufacturers.
Sage 100 is a business management solution designed for small to medium-sized companies. Repetitive, job shop manufacturers with field service requirements are ideal candidates for Sage 100.
Sage 300 and Sage 500
Sage 500, while still supported for existing users, is essentially a retired software. You can learn more about the status of Sage 500 here.
While we have some clients still using Sage 300, we've found that the majority of client needs are better met by Sage Intacct or Sage X3.