With the release of Sage 100 and 100c Version 2018 late last year, the Job Cost module was totally redesigned and modernized to improve performance and usability. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the improvements.
Sage 100 and 100c Version 2018 are now available. This newest version includes enhancements for Job Cost, warehouse management, bar coding, and a rollout of the long-anticipated Payroll 2.0. Let’s take a closer look (note: some of the features covered in this article are for Sage 100c only).
At a high level, here are 4 things to consider as you begin closing the books on 2017 and start fresh in the new year.
Executing a complete backup of your database is one of the most important things you can do before starting any closing process. You should also test the backup to ensure it was performed successfully and the data is readable.
Sage 100 Payroll Period end occurs each quarter and at the end of the calendar year. We will walk you through the steps to close your 2017 Payroll and move into 2018. When the payroll period end processing is run, QTD and or YTD data is purged from the system and can only be recovered by restoring to a backup so it is imperative that a database backup is performed as well as a backup company created.
As you begin year end closing in Sage 100 and prepare to start fresh in 2018, be sure to contact us if you need assistance during this important time of year. As your software and technology partner, we’re always here to help.
A long time in the making, Sage 100 Payroll 2.0. (aka “Payroll 2018”) is the next-generation payroll module that has been modernized to improve performance and user experience. Since it represents a significant change, we wanted to introduce you to a few how-to videos that should help you with a smooth transition from the legacy payroll module.
So, a colleague of mine was asking some questions about how he might help his small-to-midsized business enterprise clients improve their supply chain and inventory management within Sage 100. Knowing that many of these small businesses have grown organically, and may lack a lot of formal training in inventory management theory, I offered the following in my response.
Let’s start with the basics: What does the client need to know about every SKU-Location (SKUL)?
Here are some recent developments, product updates, and other important news about Sage 100 including:
Let’s take a closer look.
When it comes to ERP software today, manufacturers are faced with many options. Looking for a solution that delivers industry-related capabilities that can be configured cost effectively for your manufacturing needs – whether discrete or process – can be confusing. We will define the ERP requirements for discrete versus process manufacturing below.
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