What does End of Life (EOL) mean?
If you allow your software to become an end of life version, you cannot purchase additional licencing or upgrades for either Software. Furthermore, should you require support on your software, not all issues can or will be resolved.To be able to buy additional licencing once your software version becomes end of life.
*You will be required to repurchase your accounting software from new if this is the Sage 50 Accounts Software.
We do urge every one to keep up to date with software updates, however we do understand sometimes that is not always possible.
Here’s a list of the Sage 50 and Sage 200 versions which are End Of Life or upcoming dates:
Sage Software – End of Life
Sage 200 Software
Sage 200 2011 – 31st October 2017
Sage 200 2010 – EOL – 31st October 2016
Sage 200 2009 & Below – EOL
Sage 50 Accounts:
Sage 50 Accounts v 2015 – 31st March 2017
Sage 50 Accounts v 2014 & below – EOL
If you think your software is End of Life, or you would like to check. Please don’t hesitate to contact our team on 03300 160565
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