How to Avoid SAGE Data Migration Errors

SAGE Data Migration Errors

One of the best accounting software in the market, Sage 50 is a well-known software for every person dealing with accounting. It was developed by the Sage Group for the small and medium size organizations to do their accounting tasks efficiently. The best part about this software is that even if you not from accounting background, you can easily operate it.

However, all software’s have some solution if any error crops up. Similarly, a Sage user may come across issues like errors during sage migration and may need to resolve the problems faced during migration. Migration is an intimidating task and needs proper planning so that data is secure. The biggest fear is losing data. In such situations, one can get in touch with the by simply calling on their toll free number 1844 871 6289. They are there to instantly give you sage 50 solution for any issue that you face.

How to do Sage Migration:

Sage migration can be of many types. Migrating from one accounting package to another is task which needs to be done very carefully. One needs to be careful that data is the most important thing. It should not be lost while migrating. That should be the primary aim. Even though, one can use online websites for conversion or sage migration which also might appear inexpensive and affordable at first glance. However, this has its pros and cons.

The low conversion or migration fee can lead to errors later and also entail expensive hourly post-conversion fees. The kinds of migration can be like converting from Sage 50 Quantum, Premier, or Pro to Sage 50 Online, Premier, Pro, or Enterprise etc.

There is a sage migration tool too. First and foremost, create a backup. Also, one needs to note that Sage Migration Tool only works on versions 9.8 Accounting Update 6.3 and higher. You have to install update 6.3 prior to running the Sage Migration Tool, if the new server is on 9.8. For versions 12.1 and above, no updates are mandatory. You must run the Sage.STO.ServerMigrator.exe prior to running the Sage.STO.ServerDataMigrator.exe to avoid sage migration errors.

Few things that one needs to keep in mind before Sage data migration to avoid errors are that administrative rights to the new server and a minimum of read permission to the old server is a must, ascertain that the new server has sufficient disk space to keep the information intact from the previous server. Moreover, perform a test migration.

After that one must validate that all the data, reports, macros and settings work properly on the new server. Only after this double-check, you can stop work on the old server. The migration can be performed again with the new files. Also please note, migration will overwrite companies and security data on the new server.

Another major error if you are unable to open Sage software after migration, then in that case, re-start the pervasive on the computer that hosts the data. Any kind of sage Migration can give a number of errors like not starting, data corruption, access denied, password not working, etc. Nonetheless, there is nothing to worry! We have a team of experts to help you with any kind of sage migration errors at

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Being a third party Sage tech support consultancy that has a team of trained experts, gives individual resolutions on any type of Sage products and related errors. If Sage official customer support is not available for some reason to give you a solution to your problem, then third party tech support company like can give you very quick results irrespective of the fact from whichever corner of the world you calling from.

They have sage certified experts who are available round the clock. They will guide you through the whole process in an easy manner. To contact them, you just have to dial the toll free number 1844 871 6289 or visit their website

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