Year End Processing; Get Ready For 2015 With Sage 300 ERP 6.x (Accpac)

Posted on Fri, Dec 12, 2014

Sage 300 ERP Year-End Closing

There are less than 20 days to prepare for 2015.  Which means it is time to get ready for the 2014 Year End Closing Tasks.  We prepared a short list of  tips and tricks; a printable checklist and a  webinar scheduled next week on December 17th, 2014 to review in detail Year End Closing Procedures in Sage 300 ERP 6.x (Accpac).

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Tags: Product Information, Webinar, Sage ERP Accpac, General Information, Sage Accpac ERP

A quick checklist for 2014 Year End Payroll Processing

Posted on Fri, Dec 5, 2014

Here's a quick year-end Payroll Processing Check List that may come in handy.  Whether using Sage 300 Payroll, or not, these tips can help you to reduce the chance of errors, or amendments.

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Tags: sage 300 erp, accpac, Period End Processing, Year End Processing, Closing Procedure Checklist

Thanksgiving fun facts; An accounting perspective

Posted on Wed, Nov 26, 2014

Thanksgiving by the numbers:

Thanksgiving is one of the most enjoyable holidays.  Here's a quick look at some fun facts and statistics surrounding this special holiday.

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The executive's role during ERP implementation

Posted on Tue, Nov 11, 2014

When implementing a new ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system, it is very important to have everyone on the same page. All stakeholders in the organization have a reason to be involved in some way, so having an organized group in each department is essential for the implementation's success. However, businesses often don't consider the role of their executives, especially executives that are at the corporate level. Oftentimes, these are the ones who called for the change as a way of improving the overall business. Not only is it absolutely necessary for the executives to be involved, but they must also own the transition process.

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Tags: Sage 300 ERP implementation

Excel Tips: How to extract text from a text string using the MID and FIND functions

Posted on Fri, Nov 7, 2014

Let’s say you have imported a list of names into Microsoft® Excel® from Sage 300 Payroll, and the first names and surnames are all added to one column of data but in order to manipulate the data you would like to have the surnames extracted to a separate column. You can do this using various methods of extracting text from a text string. In this tip we show you how, by nesting the MID and FIND functions, the surname can be extracted from the name string.

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Sage Intelligence Tips: How to drill down into values to view deeper level data

Posted on Tue, Nov 4, 2014

Sage Intelligence for Sage 300 ERP provides you with the ability to drill down to view the detail of the data being returned by a formula.  Follow the steps below to learn how to drill down into account balance and General Ledger transaction level details.

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Can't see new Sage Intelligence reports in Report Manager? Use Bulk Import!

Posted on Tue, Oct 28, 2014

Have you recently upgraded your Sage Intelligence Reporting software and found that you can’t see your new or updated reports in the Report Manager now? There is no need to worry, you can still quickly and easily access your reports by using the Report Managers’ "Bulk Import and Update" feature.

Bulk importing is used to automatically import new and updated reports that are included with the new version of Sage Intelligence into your Report Manager. The Bulk Import feature does not delete or change your existing reports or any of the settings in the reports.

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Outgrowing Quickbooks? Move to Sage 300 ERP!

Posted on Fri, Oct 24, 2014

Using the QuickBooks accounting system might have suited your business well in the beginning, but things change. You may now have more human resources, more capital resources, more clients, and a more complex business than when you started. There comes a time when all those spreadsheets, hand-written notes and documents, and other workarounds you’ve began using to compensate for a lack of functionality in the QuickBooks system just aren't working anymore. It is in your best interest to consider migrating to a system that is advanced enough to deal with your business how it is today and how it will become in the future. If you’re ready to move to a more powerful and robust account system, Sage 300 ERP may be the one for you.

7 reasons to upgrade from QuickBooks to Sage 300 ERP

  1. More data access to make better, faster decisions: Sage 300 ERP features at-a-glance dashboards and customizable reporting and analytics which allow you to focus on the most important details when it comes to managing your business. With this data easily available, you are able to make faster decisions, stay within budget, and identify any new revenue and profit opportunities to help your business grow.
  2. Confidence in your accounting: Sage 300 is different than Quickbooks because it was designed to handle complex accounting needs of growing businesses. By eliminating spreadsheets and other dated practices, you will have more accurate data about your company’s finances giving you confidence in the case of an audit, and the tools needed to speed up financial close.
  3. Sage 300 ERP keeps future growth in mind: You’re business is growing, so it's hard to say where you could be three, five, or ten years from now. Sage 300 ERP grows with you and easily expands to fit your needs as they come up. The modular design of Sage 300 allows businesses to pick the functionality that best fits their business needs now and as your needs change, you can easily add more users and modules.
  4. You can now work the way that you want to: Sage 300 has flexibility that allows user-level personalization and role-based dashboards so that you have immediate access to the data you want and need to be at your best.
  5. It’s simple to use: We understand that the move from QuickBooks to Sage 300 ERP can be intimidating. This is considering that a larger system means a more complex one, but not when it comes to user experiences. Sage 300 is definitely more complex under the surface to help you manage your more complex business needs, but this does not mean it is more complex to use. Unlike other ERP systems, Sage 300 has an intuitive, user-centered design so you can focus on your work, not on figuring out how to use the software.
  6. Increased visibility and tracking: With Sage 300 ERP you'll be able to see more than financial data. You can see up-to-the minute data across your organization; from financial to shop-floor and anything in between. You will be able to track inventory in any location(s).
  7. Streamline processes in the back office with integration and automation: Put an end to wasting time and money on manual data entry and other non-value added manual processes. Seamless integration between CRM, ecommerce, and financials allows you to eliminate data entry errors and operate an end-to-end business system, automating and integrating everything from accounts receivable management to sales orders, payroll and everything else. 
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Tags: sage 300 erp, Sage ERP Migrator, quickbooks,

Get Your Employees to Use CRM Software

Posted on Wed, Oct 22, 2014

CRM (customer relationship management) software is a powerful and useful tool that can enhance the sales and marketing process and help build customer relationships. However, many businesses today struggle to get their sales and marketing teams to all use their CRM system. Although the productivity benefits are clear, actually getting employees to accept and use new software and processes can be difficult.

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Tags: Sage CRM, CRM, CRM 2014

Finding an ERP Consultant for a Successful Implementation

Posted on Thu, Oct 16, 2014

How do I find an ERP consultant that I can count on for a successful implementation?   

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