Sage 50 Accounting – Database Assessment – 800.475.1047 – Support – Training – Consultant – Reseller

Sage 50 Accounting – Database Assessment – 800.475.1047 – Support – Training – Consultant – Reseller

How often do you check the size of your Sage 50 Database?

It is recommended you check the size of your database at a minimum every 6 months.  The process takes less than a minute and the results could impact your business significantly.

Your Sage 50 software is designed to run for databases up to 250,000KB.  Slow response times and locking up happens when your database nears this limit.  To prevent your software from locking up, a Database Assessment is necessary.

To Check the Size of your Sage 50 Database

  • Open Sage 50
  • In the Help Menu, Select “Customer Support and Service”
  • Then select “File Statistics”
  • Scroll to the bottom of the window and review the total database size

If your database is over 250,000KB or approaching that level, call 800.475.1047.  One of our certified Sage Consultants will assist you in making sure your accounting software is optimal for your business needs.

With over 25 years of accounting and business knowledge as well as proficient technical background you get the training and support your business needs and deserves working with a proficient expert consultant.   You can work with the same consultant to help you master your Sage Software and for those occasional questions you need help with so you can understand best practices and how to manage your company information and books.

Put our 25 years of experience to work for you!

“Your Success is Our Goal”

www.jcscomputer.com          800.475.1047          solutions@jcscomputer.com

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