Sage 50 Quantum downgrade

Brandon, MB––February 17, 2023: Sage 50 Quantum Accounting enables you to manage all aspects of your business including accounting, customers, inventory, services, jobs, and employees—all in one centralized system. 

A larger database provides faster performance and is an important program attribute for companies with larger transaction volumes or increased records quantities. Sage 50 Quantum comes in manufacturing, non-profit, construction, and distribution-oriented editions, which provide support for many of the business tasks common to each industry. Quantum also provides additional accounting, billing, and job costing features for improved financial management control.

Sage 50 Quantum starts at $182.91/month or $1834.95/year and is primarily used as an industry-specific option for manufacturers or construction companies it includes all features of Sage 50c Premium and handles up to 40 users.

If Sage 50 Quantum is not the right fit for your business, E-Tech offers a Sage 50 database downgrade service to convert Sage 50 Quantum datasets to Sage 50 Pro or Premium. For more information on this service, visit: https://e-tech.ca/Sage-50-Quantum-Downgrade-Service.aspx

About E-Tech

Founded in 2001, E-Tech is the leading file repair, data recovery, and data conversion services provider in the United States and Canada. The company works to stay up to date on the latest technology news, reviews, and more for their customers.

For media inquiries regarding E-Tech, individuals are encouraged to contact Media Relations Director, Melanie Ann via email at Melanie@e-tech.ca. 

To learn more about the company, visit: www.e-tech.ca

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