With growing demand and the push to modernize processes, many businesses are opting to ditch their in-house servers and move their ERP systems to cloud or hosted services. There are many benefits to making this change including reduced IT costs, increased flexibility, easing of resource demands and improved performance. Though this is the natural next step to modernizing your ERP system, the migration may seem daunting and there’s a chance you’ll run into questions along the way. Luckily, there are ways to make the process easier!
Now more than ever, it’s important to make it easier and safer for your customers to pay for services. With many people currently working from home, printing checks, not to mention getting them signed, can be difficult if not impossible. Even if your customers do manage to get checks out, you may also be working remotely and going to the office to pick up the mail may not be a safe option.
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Our annual Sage 300 Users Group is a treasure trove of Sage advice. Here are four essential tips that our moderators revealed to Sage users at our last event…
Over the past few months, you may have received a call from Sage asking if you’re ready to switch from Sage 300 to Sage 300cloud. Before you can make that decision, you’ll probably want to know what you’ll get out of Sage 300cloud.
You don’t need a crystal ball to get a good picture of what’s happening at Sage headquarters. For 2018, Sage is unveiling a slew of new software updates to both Sage 300 classic and Sage 300cloud (formerly known as Sage 300c). Let’s look at some of the big changes for 2018.
Using Sage 300’s order entry module is a great way to handle shipping and billing processes with ease. However, there is one catch: Sage 300 requires that each individual order is shipped and invoiced separately. We’ll let you in on a secret. There’s a way to get around that limitation.