Sage 200cloud Price List - Frequently Asked Questions

From Monday 4th February 2019 Sage have announced that there will be an increase to the prices of Sage 200cloud. We have included their frequently asked questions for your reference. 

What's happening?

Between January 2018 and January 2019 we will have launched three new releases of Sage 200cloud and all supported customers are entitled to the fantastic new features included for the duration of their contract. In line with the latest iterations - including invoice payments, SOP enhancements and MTD compliance, we are increasing the price of our Sage 200cloud software and services.

Which customers will this effect?

All supported Sage 200cloud Professional customers, excluding Sage 200cloud Standard and Sage 200 Extra Online. 

What are the new prices?

There will be a 5% increase across all Professional software and services.

Why are we increasing prices by 5%?

To allow us to continue to invest in the development and quality of our products and services, we need to review our pricing from time to time. To see what we have delivered over recent releases, see here, and find out what we are investing in our future releases, in the product roadmap - here

Does this include UK and Ireland?


What about existing subscription customers?

If a customer is in a fixed term contract they will continue to pay their current price until point of renewal. Any changes to subscription propositions will be communicated in due course but for the February 2019 increase, subscription customers will not be impacted.

Is the increase applicable to additional software bought by existing customers?

Yes, the increase is on all software and services, new and existing additions

Will this price increase occur on an annual basis?

The Sage 200 agreement provides for Sage to apply price increases. Before we do so, we take account of all the factors that affect our pricing on a regular basis and make informed decisions as and when appropriate. 

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