SAGE 50 - (formerly Peachtree)

Price:                                         1000 AED 
Duration:                                    16 Hours
Timings:                                      Flexible

Sage is UK’s the most popular Accounting Software. It helps Small and Medium sized businesses to manage their Finances effectively

Part1: Getting Started with Sage

  1. Introduction to Accounting.
  2. Introduction to Accounting Software.
  3. Getting Started with Sage
  4. How to create a company
  5. Creation of Chart of Accounts.
  6. Edit Chart of Accounts.
  7. Deleting Chart of Account List.
  8. Enter Opening Balances in Chart of Account.
  9. Viewing Reports of Chart of Accounts.

Part2: The Vendor Center:

  1. Introduction to vendor center
  2. How to Create of Vendors.
  3. Purchase Orders.
  4. Enter Bills.
  5. Payments to Vendors.
  6. Purchase Return/ Vendor Credit Memos.
  7. Refund of Cash from Vendors.
  8. Vendor Reports

Part3: The Customer Center:

  1. Introduction to Customer Center
  2. How to Create Customers.
  3. What is Estimates?
  4. Sale Orders.
  5. Sale Invoices.
  6. Record Customers payments.
  7. Recording of Sales Returns.
  8. Job Order Costing In Sage
  9. Accounts Receivable Reports.

Part4: Inventory in Sage:

  1. What is Inventory?
  2. How to Enter Inventory Items in Sage.
  3. Inventory in QuickBooks.
  4. Inventory Adjustments.
  5. Check the Reports of Inventory.

Part 5: The General Journal:

  1. What is General Journal
  2. The use of General Journal
  3. Journal Entries in Sage.
  4. New journal entries.
  5. Edit Journal Entries.
  6. Delete Journal Entries.
  7. Recurring Entries
  8. Report of Journal Entries.

Part 6: Payroll in Sage:

  1. Introduction to Payroll.
  2. Payroll in Sage.
  3. Add, Edit, Employee’s Records.

Part 7: Banking in QuickBooks

  1. Introduction to Banking in Sage
  2. Write Checks
  3. Make Deposits
  4. Transfer Funds.

Part 8: Configurations

  1. Multiple Currencies.
  2. How to Make Classes.
  3. Backup company data.
  4. Restore company data.
  5. Closing the Accounting Period of Company.

Part 9: Reporting

  1. The Profit & Loss
  2. Balance Sheet
  3. Accounts Receivable Reports
  4. Accounts Payable Reports