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Sage 100 ERP version 2015 is here! Is your system ready?

April 24th, 2015 by Brad Bates

by Brad Bates, Technical Consultant at MicroAccounting Sage 100 Version 2015 has arrived, and is full of great features such as these: Purchase Order History Automatic Journal Entry Reversals Last Physical Count Date in Inventory And many, many more enhancements to Paperless Office, Accounts Payable, Purchase Order, and other modules System requirements for Sage 100 […]

Which Microsoft Office Suite is Right for You?

April 23rd, 2015 by Stuart Blumenthal

By Stuart Blumenthal – VP of SaaS, Hosting, and Business Intelligence at MicroAccounting In response to questions that have arisen when speaking with clients (and even our own team members) about the various Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 365 options, we share with you our recommendations, as well as a chart that breaks down the […]

MAXdigest: Sage 100 ERP—April 15, 2015

April 15th, 2015 by MicroAccounting News

April 15, 2015 Want the latest Sage 100 related blog posts sent to your inbox? Sign up for MAXdigest today. Welcome to the latest version of MAXdigest for Sage 100 ERP, a relevant collection of news about product updates, events, technical info, customer stories and more. FEATURED STORIES Platform as a Service (PaaS) by Stuart Blumenthal (Final […]

Platform as a Solution (PaaS) Cloud Model

April 14th, 2015 by Stuart Blumenthal

By Stuart Blumenthal – VP of SaaS, Hosting, and Business Intelligence at MicroAccounting In our series introduction blog, Three Common Cloud Service Models for Small Business, we presented these three common cloud models that are especially fitting for small-to-mid-sized businesses: IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service SaaS – Software as a Service PaaS – Platform […]

2 New Ways to Set Up Commissions: Sage 100 ERP Tip

April 13th, 2015 by Sue Dunn

Blogger: Sue Dunn, Sage 100 ERP Team Lead, MicroAccounting Chicago Why is it such a hassle to calculate salesperson commissions? To start, many companies track commissions with quirky processes and do not have straight-forward rules. They often include exceptions to which items are commissionable, and even require manual translation. This can all be extremely time consuming […]

4 Things Your Company Gains By Going Paperless

April 10th, 2015 by Gabriela Morales

By Gabriela Morales, Altec Employees of paperless companies can electronically capture and store documents, access them from mobile devices, streamline business processes using workflow, and automate file output. A suitable integrated document management solution can benefit various departments across a broad range of industries. Also, an integrated document management solution can evolve along with a […]

MAXdigest: Sage 100 ERP—April 1, 2015

April 1st, 2015 by MicroAccounting News

April 1, 2015 Want the latest Sage 100 related blog posts sent to your inbox? Sign up for MAXdigest today. Welcome to the latest version of MAXdigest for Sage 100 ERP, a relevant collection of news about product updates, events, technical info, customer stories and more. FEATURED STORIES Why Your CFO Won’t Be Able to […]

Webinar: Top 10 Reasons Companies Go Paperless (April 21)

March 31st, 2015 by Dan Norris

Paper is expensive. Moving it around your organization is inefficient and costly too. Lost documents can cause all kinds of problems for your productivity levels–especially when auditing time comes around. In this session we will investigate the top 10 reasons it makes good financial sense to take a look at integrated document management when you’re […]

What’s New in Q2? Sage HRMS and Sage Abra Suite Update

March 23rd, 2015 by Julie Lewis

2015 Q2 Product Updates: Sage Abra Suite and Sage HRMS   The Q2 2015 product update availability notification for Sage HRMS (March 27) and Sage Abra Suite (March 20) were sent via in-product message notification and Sage City blog/tweets. All customers and channel partners who use these products should see the notification when they launch the products, […]

Why Your CFO Won’t Be Able to Resist the Cloud

March 20th, 2015 by Stuart Blumenthal

By Stuart Blumenthal - VP of SaaS, Hosting, and Business Intelligence at MicroAccounting* You’re convinced that your company should transition your bulky servers to the cloud. Now you only need to sway the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) that the benefits outweigh the costs of making the move. No sweat. You’ve got plenty of substance to back up the […]