Sage BusinessWorks Sage BusinessWorks bridges the gap between off-the-shelf, entry-level products and complex high-end systems. Its modular design is ideally suited for growth-oriented small and medium-sized businesses that require more muscle than basic bookkeeping software. Customers are typically companies with five to 50 employees and $500,000 to $5 million in annual revenue. Enjoy a full-featured system that provides exceptional power and flexibility at a fraction of the price of other modular accounting software packages. With 11 fully integrated modules, BusinessWorks is easy to learn and is consistently ranked favorably for its ease of use in customer surveys. Learn About the New Features in the Latest Versions of BusinessWorks What's New in Sage BusinessWorks v2015? What's New in Sage BusinessWorks v2013? Sage BusinessWorks Modules BusinessWorks Overview Brochure General Ledger Cash Management Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable Order Entry Inventory Control Purchasing (included with Inventory Control) Payroll Job Cost Custom Office BusinessWorks ACT! Link Crystal Reports F9 Financial Report Writer Are You Outgrowing Your Sage BusinessWorks System? As a BusinessWorks user, you rely on the features and benefits of your accounting system. But like many, you may see growth on the horizon. If so, Sage 100 (MAS 90) is the next logical step. Sage 100 boasts a modular design that allows you to start with a core accounting system, then add modules to suit your business requirements. Your business can thrive with the additional features of Sage 100. From accounting and distribution to e-commerce and customer relationship management, Sage 100 can expand to accommodate your business growth. Staying in the Sage family of software products means an easy transition path when you migrate to the next level of software. The consultants at DWD Technology Group have many years of experience with both Sage BusinessWorks and Sage 100, offering you exceptional support to ensure your business continues to operate smoothly through the transition.