This integration will automatically sync all your settled transactions with a range of Sage products, including Sage Business Cloud Accounting and Sage 50.
As a business owner or finance team leader, it can often feel like there is not enough time in the day. This should give you back some precious hours to focus on business that matters.
So, how does this integration work and how does it benefit you? Let’s find out…
To connect Soldo to Sage, you will first need to log into your Sage product. After this, the process may vary depending on which Sage product you use.
Now that you know how this integration works and how to set it up, let’s have a look at how it can make your life easier.
There are three major perks to integrating Soldo with Sage:
Save valuable time
Think about how much time you spend manually inputting your transaction data into your accounting software. Importing statements isn’t exactly productive work, is it? Connecting Soldo to Sage automates this process. Your transactions are automatically synced. It’s quicker, easier, and you stop wasting time.
Eliminate manual data entry errors
Manually adding transaction data often results in mistakes. You might realise too late that you’re looking at inaccurate information – it happens. By integrating Soldo with Sage and streamlining your accounting, you’re ensuring that transaction information is correct and that you can trust it 100%. And on top of that, it’s a lot less admin work.
Easily reconcile your transactions
With transaction information automatically imported into Sage, you can seamlessly match or create transactions. This means you get real-time visibility over your cash flow, so that you can keep your accounts up to date. You can also create rules within Sage to make your workflow even more automated – and easier than ever.
Our Sage integration is currently available for users of the following Sage products:
Log in to Sage and connect Soldo now.
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