Build 2016: Sage 200 coming to Windows Store this summer
Small companies need software solutions to grow their businesses and Sage 200 is considered to be one of the best industry-leading accounting applications, dealing with many important aspects of business operation. It facilitates the sharing of data and tasks for better collaboration between companies and customers. Sage 200 will be added to the Windows 10 Store this summer, alongside 16 million desktop applications, as a result of Project Centennial.
A few hours ago at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Microsoft kicked off Build 2016, its yearly developer conference. There, Microsoft announced the Desktop App Converter and talked about the possibility of converting Win32 applications to Centennial and adding them to the Windows Store. These applications can be converted without changing the original code and in total, there will be 16 million classic Windows applications (Win32, .Net, COM) that will be converted to Universal Windows apps for distribution in the Windows Store. Sage 200 will be among the first ones as a result of Project Centennial but in order to get familiarized with this software better, we’ll tell you why you’ll need it for your company.
It’s not easy to build a business from scratch and to turn it into a successful one. But if you don’t want to risk failing, it’s better to ask a specialists’ help to get the technical expertise and solutions that will help you run your company without any problems. With Sage 200, you’ll be aided with project planning and implementation, with the choice to choose the right modules to cover all kinds of areas such as commercials, construction, retail, etc.
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