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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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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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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Free Sage Training Sessions!

Posted on Tue, Oct 7, 2014

Sage University is now offering many free recorded training sessions and live sessions at a discounted rate for Sage Gold Business Care Customers. You can sign up as many employees as you'd like to have access to Sage University. Each employee can then create their own SageU account , just make sure they reference your Sage account number.

You can sign up for Sage Uinversity for Sage 300 ERP on the Sage University registration page here

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5 Signs You Should Upgrade Your ERP System

Posted on Fri, Oct 3, 2014

Technology is constantly making advancements, and this means ERP systems are too. It is very important for distributors and manufacturers to have an efficient, smart, and integrated ERP solution in order to be successful. People no longer create hand-written records of production, purchase, and sales.  Clustered file cabinets are no longer the way to maintain your data reports. However, ERP is much more than just keeping your data on a hard drive.

In this article we will discuss 5 signs that you might need to upgrade your system.

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Why should you consider Sage CRM?

Posted on Tue, Sep 30, 2014

Sage CRM is used by over 12,000 organizations in 70 countries to manage their critical sales, marketing and customer service activities each day. Sage CRM provides a full suite of CRM modules, which includes Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service, providing your team with one source for all customer-related data and information.

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10 Questions to Ask Your Potential Cloud ERP Vendor

Posted on Fri, Sep 26, 2014

Most businesses looking to move their ERP to the Cloud have some initial concerns, particularly with the resiliency of the Cloud. Many of these concerns can be addressed by asking your ERP vendor a few questions before moving forward. Here is a list we have complied of the top 10 questions we recommend asking a Cloud ERP vendor to ensure you get the most out of your Cloud ERP system and have a lasting relationship with your Cloud ERP vendor:

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5 Things to Consider When Selecting a Cloud CRM Solution

Posted on Tue, Sep 23, 2014

When it comes to selecting a cloud CRM solution, this can be a difficult and time consuming task. There are many different applications to evaluate and a long list of third-party service providers to select from. In this article we will discuss five things to consider that will help you select the right cloud CRM solution for your business.

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Host Your Sage 300 ERP in The Cloud Instead of On Premise

Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2014

Stay clear of frustration and increase efficiencies by bringing your Sage 300 ERP system to the cloud. There are many advantages to cloud based ERP hosting compared on-premise hosting. Today we are going to talk about 4 of them:

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3 reasons why your growing business needs an ERP solution

Posted on Thu, Sep 11, 2014

Enterprise Resource Planning, also known as ERP has been around for a while now. It is known that implementing an ERP solution helps to improve efficiency and provide a clear view on productivity and growth. Today we will go over 3 important reasons why every growing business need an ERP solution.

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