Ken's Motorcycles started out as a small workshop in 1956. It is
now one of the largest motorbike retailers in the country. The
company took advantage of a recent overhaul of their computer
network to install Sage Payroll into the system.
Accounts Manager, Pauline Latham, is extremely pleased with the
difference that Sage Payroll has made to her work timetable. "Sage
Payroll has reduced the time I spend preparing wages by at least 50
per cent, and it has cut out any manual errors. Equally important
for a business of our size, it is an extremely cost-effective
package". Pauline was likewise impressed by the user-friendly design
of the program. " I have found Payroll both very easy and quick to
use. The step-by-step help wizard is particularly handy," comments
Following this success with Sage Payroll, the firm's management
decided to install Sage Line 50 into their network. Pauline also
attended a Sage Line 50 training course to help her learn the
package to its full potential. She is delighted with the many
benefits that this accounting software program has brought to the
business. "Sage's training course was invaluable. It has given me a
head start in the transition to using computerised accounts and has
enabled me to feel confident about introducing the software across
the whole company in time for the next financial year."
Ken's Motorcycles has also become a member of Sage's customer
maintenance programme, Sage Cover. Membership entitles customers to
a range of benefits including technical advice, information on
legislative changes, free upgrades and special offers. Pauline
continues, "I find it reassuring to know that should something go
wrong, I can call Sage for advice and help. As I am still fairly new
to computerised accounts, this is very important to me."
Pauline emphasises the importance of using a reliable and
flexible program that will complement the firm's ongoing
development. "I need an accounting package that will keep up with
the growth of Ken's Motorcycles that I know I can count on. I am
happy that I can rely on Sage."