What you need to know:
This announcement serves as advance notice of the retirement of Sage DacEasy, effective December 31, 2020.
DacEasy is being retired due to market demand, shifts in technology, and a change in business focus. Sage appreciates your loyalty to our product family. Therefore, we invite you to evaluate Sage 50 —U.S. Edition as your alternative offering.
Our investment in newer technologies and platforms makes Sage 50—U.S. Edition a better long-term fit for you as a Sage DacEasy customer. You will find a comparable feature set in Sage 50 and can leverage additional benefits that aren’t available in Sage DacEasy. Complimentary Sage 50 anytime learning subscriptions will be made available at no charge to you.
Your next steps:
For questions and concerns, refer to the Sage DacEasy to Sage 50 migration FAQs.
Contact your Sage DacEasy migration advisor at 800-937-9951 to migrate to Sage 50 today.
Thank you for your loyalty and support.
We already tried Sage 50. It is not as flexible and simple as DacEasy. You have a niche product for small business, it's too bad no one sees that. The other Sage products are over the top for us, way more product than we need or will use. We'll continue with DacEasy as long as we can, then we'll have to look at QuickBooks.
I totally agree, Sage 50 is not a product for small business. I'll have to go to QuickBooks when the time comes. This is very disappointing to say the least.
Agree. To QuickBooks we go.
I was really hoping to continue using DacEasy A/C, O/E and POS. It allows us to integrate with Starship and it has a POS as part of the program. Sage 50 does not but, QuickBooks does. My choice is either to continue using DacEasy with no upgrades (not that there has been any since 2015) or go to QuickBooks.
I am tempted to continue with DacEasy if the DacEasy certified consultants would continue to support it.