Sage 100 and MAS 90 Version History
In October of 2012, Sage MAS 90, MAS 200 and MAS 200 SQL were renamed to Sage 100 Standard, Sage 100 Advanced and Sage 100 Premium respectively.
MAS 90 and MAS 200 Version 4.5
MAS 90 and MAS 200 Version 4.3
MAS 90 and MAS 200 Version 4.0
The release of MAS 90 and MAS 200 version 4.0 signifies the beginning of a new era for the product line. A key component of the product line’s success with customers has been our ability to update the software to take advantage of new technologies without starting from scratch. This enables customers to migrate smoothly to new versions.
MAS 90 and MAS 200 Version 3.7
MAS 90 and MAS 200 Level 3.70 provides customers with even more insights into their business than ever. Key enhancements boost the ease of use that Sage customers have always relied upon, while adding functionality that makes sense to businesses in today’s customer service oriented world.
MAS 90 and MAS 200 Version 3.61
As the core of the Sage MAS 90 and MAS 200 product line, the new Launcher boasts a unique welcome page that displays in HTML format and can be used to browse the Internet. It’s an instant starting point for useful information. The 3.61 release demonstrates Sage ’s commitment to be the leader in the middle market and our continuing efforts to provide our customers with features that make sense in today’s changing business environment.
MAS 90 and MAS 200 Version 3.5
With this release, Sage is clearly defining the product platforms for prospective customers. MAS 90 will now represent the single-user and LAN versions of the product line, and targeted toward high-end users, MAS 200 will include the client/server versions of the product line. MAS 200 is available for SQL Server and also available in non-SQL Server versions for the Windows NT and UNIX platforms.
MAS 90 Version 3.4
This release demonstrates both our commitment to be the leader in the middle market, and our continuing efforts to provide our customers with features that make sense in today’s rapidly changing business environment. Level 3.4’s design is the result of compiling recommendations from four major sources: the Customer Support Services database, Business Partner Advisory Council suggestions, enhancement requests received during product education classes, both at the corporate office and at Authorized Training Centers, and from an e-mail survey of customers.
MAS 90 Version 3.3