A collection of quick announcements and updates related to your Sage 300 software.
The first product update for Sage 300 2023 (2023.1) was released in early December 2022. Here’s what’s new:
Available for Sage 300 admin users, this report creates a log of user activities including login/logout, open/close screen, and eviction. In addition to the log, the report includes the following columns date and time, company ID, action, platform, screen ID, screen name, and computer name
Aatrix efiling of 1099-NEC, 1099-MISC and 1099-INT will be supported in v2023.1 (PU1), v2022.4(PU4) and v2021.7(PU7). There is no change in terms of functionality for setup and processing of 1099 codes or amounts. For additional details, watch this recorded webcast.
Sage 300 2023 included New Project and Job Costing web screens like account sets, charges, and update retainage. Sage 300 2023.1 also includes new web screens for bills of material and assemblies/disassemblies within the Inventory Control functionality of the solution.
Sage CRM 2022 Release 2 is now available (for standalone installation) and includes new features such as the ability to set a maximum password length, import contacts and email messages from Exchange Online, upload files to a specified folder, and more.
Refer to the release notes for full details.
As previously communicated, effective October 2023, Sage License Servers will no longer accept communication using the less-secure TLS 1.0 and 1.1 protocol. As such, you will need to be running one of the following Sage 300 versions compliant with TLS 1.2 (as of the date of this article):
In a previous newsletter, we talked about the launch of Sage’s new “Member Masterclass” series featuring talks and articles from the world’s leading experts on the challenges that are most important for businesses today. Season 2 is now available featuring expert speakers sharing their thoughts on what it really means to unlock productivity.
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