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Sage 200 migration - Professional to Standard Online - Compatible features

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This article lists features and settings in Sage 200 Professional compared to the Standard Online variant and which can be migrated.


The tables below outline features in Sage 200 Professional and the comparison to Sage 200 Standard Online. It is very important a user understands which features are available in the Standard Online variant and the differences, as certain features would mean a direct migration would not be possible. If for example a customer is using 10 analysis codes in the sales ledger, this would have to be reduced down to 5.

If a user is using features which can't be migrated, we would suggest exporting data and importing manually into a blank Standard Online database. It's important to take these carefully into consideration as some aspects can be migrated, but in a more limited version.

CAUTION: The features and settings below are not exhaustive, there may be settings which are not listed below which a customer is making use of, it is a partners responsibility to check which features and settings that are currently being used and if migration is possible directly or with workarounds.

NOTE: Some settings in Professional are hidden in the Standard variant. It is important that that these settings are matched to Standard prior to Migrating, otherwise there could be issues down the line with processing or updates to the software.

TIP: If you are unsure of what some of these settings mean or their affects, please see the Sage 200 Professional help files for more info.

Unsupported Modules
Feature Professional Standard Migration
3rd Party Add-ons
Bill of Materials
Project Accounting
Business Itelligence


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NOTE: Custom reports and attachments cannot be migrated.

Once you have ran through this article and are confident the customer can migrate, follow this article for the preliminary migration steps.