Sage One and Sage Pay announce full integration

By Chris Dawson December 13, 2013 - 6:11 am

Sage paySage and Sage Pay have announced the full integration of Sage One with Sage Pay’s online payments software. The new functionality allows merchants to sync online payment data from Sage Pay directly into Sage One – the online accounting solution from Sage, instead of manually inputting the information

This automation will help save time for the user, remove the risk of manual errors, ensure that their books are accurate, compliant and up-to-date and provide them with a more accurate appraisal of their financial situation.

Once connected, the Sage One system will automatically inform the user if there are any new Sage Pay transactions to import into the system every day, saving merchants time and easing the process of accounts reconciliation.

I have to say the only thing that surprises me is that this integration hasn’t been done before. However if you are a Sage Pay and Sage One users, then the integrated offering is now available and you can turn it on within your account Settings.

  • 4 years ago

    Hi there and thanks for sharing the news about the deeper integration between Sage Pay and Sage One.

    As you say, it may surprise some people that this hasn’t happened sooner but we have had the ability for people to include a ‘Pay Now’ button in their Sage One e-invoices which goes through to their Sage Pay account for a while now.

    The difference now is that all payments received via Sage Pay can now be automatically fed into Sage One without the need for the business to manually type the details in.

    Please see for further details.

    Paul Lancaster
    Content & Social Media Specialist
    Sage One UK & Ireland

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