Our 2018 Microsoft Dynamics GP User Group attendees got an exclusive look at the newest version of GP, and now you can see it too.
There comes a point where you need more than out-of-the-box ERP system capabilities. But, how do you know when your business is nearing, or past, that point?
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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.
Earth Day is this weekend. What’s one thing you can do to make your business a little more eco-friendly? Go paperless!
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.
A large area of inefficiency that I often see is manually entering transactions that have occurred in other systems. For example, you may have a billing system that generates invoices during the month and then you manually enter the revenue into the general ledger system at each month end. Or even more time consuming, you are entering each invoice manually into the AR and collection system. Another example is a company that outsources its payroll. Each pay cycle, they make a manual journal entry to record the payroll expense, taxes and withholdings. Not only do these entries cost a company time, but they could also result in errors in the company's data. Each line of a manually entered journal entry presents an opportunity to key an account number or amount incorrectly.