Sage Fixed Assets 2012 boasts a brand new experience by including several enhancements that make fixed asset management easier than ever before. It also
simplifies common accounting inputs, adjustments, and fixed asset reporting while still providing the same powerful depreciation calculations that hundreds
of thousands of users have come to rely upon!
Take a look at the highlighted features of Sage Fixed Assets 2012.
Updated User Interface
Sage Fixed Assets has been redesigned for improved productivity.
The new Sage Fixed Assets has a fresh, clean layout that makes the software easier and more enjoyable to use. The use of on-screen space has been
optimized. Resizable windows and panes give you visibility to more data entry fields so that you can accomplish more in less time. Plus, we've implemented
a new Task Pane layout that gives Sage Fixed Assets a much improved look and feel.
Improved Search and Replace
Find information and make changes faster.
Do you need to make several changes at once? With Sage Fixed Assets you can perform bulk edits, so you can make changes that apply to groups of assets more
quickly and easily.
New Assistance Center
Resources, tools, and help at your fingertips.
Through a combination of in-software and online information, you can now get better access to the tools and resources that will help you take full
advantage of the features of Sage Fixed Assets. With the Assistance Center, you'll have the opportunity to learn tips and best practices for using Sage
Fixed Assets, and interact with peers and other experts to help you better manage your fixed assets.
Powerful Task Manager
Powerful tools keep up with your growing company.
Global Task Manager is an optional feature available with Sage Fixed Assets—Premier. It's designed to simplify and automate the running of depreciation and
reporting procedures across multiple companies. Global Task Manager reduces repetitive tasks and helps save time. Tasks that once may have taken hours can
now be performed in minutes. The easy-to-use setup wizard will guide you through the process—from defining a list of companies in the Sage Fixed
Assets—Depreciation database, to selecting the list of tasks to be performed and running the reports to be generated.