Sage Software MAS 500 Free Consulting Offered by Accession Technology

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Accession Technology today announces that they will be offering a 0% FINANCING OPTION and FREE CONSULTATION SERVICES to all companies interested in upgrading or converting to Sage Software’s MAS 500 ERP 7.3, the latest version of MAS 500 accounting software.

We are really excited to offer this software option to our clients

Accession Technology has offered accounting and CRM software and consulting services to small- and medium-sized businesses for over 15 years. They understand the complexities involved when companies consider upgrading and expanding their accounting/ERP software.

“We are really excited to offer this software option to our clients,” said Richard Sloezen, Marketing Director at Accession Technology. “In today’s challenging economy, businesses are looking for ways to achieve a higher return on their investment with less capital than they had before. We are trying to help our clients make their businesses more successful by providing them with more options.”

Sage MAS 500 Version 7.3 introduces numerous usability enhancements that improve productivity and ease of use, and technology updates that deliver support for the latest operating systems, database platforms, and virtualization. With this product’s significantly improved performance and scalability, businesses can accomplish more with fewer resources, saving time and money, and helping them to grow faster.

About Accession Technology
Accession Technology is a single source for business software expertise, offering software solutions, needs analysis, implementation, custom reports, and training and support services to clients throughout the United States. Accession Technology has more than 15 years of experience in customizing and implementing accounting and CRM software systems for companies in need of business optimization. Additional information is available at, for accounting software and CRM software Or you can call us toll-free @ (888) 808-1117.


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