Sage 50 SQL
Many companies who use Sage 50 as their accounting software would like to use their data in an SQL format, whether it's for enhanced reporting, running detailed queries or to enable them to link to other databases and applications.
Using an SQL database for Sage can help your business get more out of your accounts data, especially if you have large amounts of records and transactions. Users can find useful bits of information and present this in a more compelling and meaningful way.
Our product Sage2SQL converts your Sage 50 data into a structured query language database format which can then be used in conjunction with other applications such as Microsoft's Power BI application to create powerful dashboards, charts and reports.
Does Sage 50 use SQL?
Does Sage 50 does use SQL as its core database? Unfortunately, not, instead Sage uses a flat file proprietary database which has limits on the number of transactions you can store, uses typically report slower performance if you have large volumes of data. This can create challenges for your business if you want to run advanced queries, consolidate information or run detailed reports on your accounts data.
Microsoft's Structured Query Language is a popular database used by many businesses and applications, it helps companies to better manage their data and use it to retrieve, sort, report on and update key information.
Sage2SQL will extract all data from the key tables in Sage 50 and puts this into an SQL database format, allowing greater reporting, analysis and the possibility of linking to other data sources within your organisation.
Sage 50 SQL Reporting
Using SQL reporting can help your business gain better insights into its performance using your accounts data, you can easily transport the data to reporting writers, spreadsheets and application generators. Once your Sage 50 data is converted it allows for more sophisticated reporting and data analysis, such as pulling data and compiling it in Excel for detailed analysis.
Supercharge your Sage data by using applications like Microsoft Power BI
Standard Microsoft structured query language reporting provides a great platform to perform advanced reporting and queries on your accounting data. However, there are more powerful business intelligence applications such as Microsoft's Power BI which takes your Sage 50 SQL reporting to a whole new level.
Power BI from Microsoft allows you to create stunning interactive dashboards and reports in minutes and allows users to get a 360-degree view of their business metrics in one place that is updated in real time and is available on all their devices.
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The Benefits of having Sage 50 accounts data in SQL
Businesses who have large amounts of data can use SQL to help you get more out of your data.
Our product Sage2SQL is simple and easy to use and will convert your data in seconds.
Using applications such as Microsoft's Power BI on your data will help you create impressive live dashboards and reports, helping you to find answers to your company's most important questions.
Share key Sage 50 SQL data with other databases or application's, such as Manufacturing, CRM or your website.
Consolidate multiple Sage 50 companies and data sets to produce meaningful management reports.
Run advanced queries and data analysis using your accounts data.
Pull data and compile it in Excel for detailed analysis.
Other advantages of having your Sage data in SQL include the ability to join two or more tables and show it as one object for users, it also allows you to easy manage databases without having to write substantial amounts of code.