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New Nacha Guidelines Impact Sage Clients Using ACH

  Nacha has recently updated its operating rules for clients transacting payments via ACH. The new requirement supplements data security to improve quality while mitigating risk. The existing ACH Security Framework, including its data protection ...

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What’s New in Sage Enterprise Intelligence (SEI) Version 9?

    Sage  Enterprise Intelligence launched v9 in March. The user interface (web client) for desktop and mobile has been redesigned for version 9.  The current version released by Sage is 9.2.6791.  The layout has changed, a new look & feel and ...

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8 Reasons Sage 500 Customers Migrate to Sage X3

  RKL eSolutions supports hundreds of Sage 500 customers from coast-to-coast. Naturally, with a product that is now nearing 18 years old and coded in an aged programming language, we frequently field questions like, “When should we replace Sage ...

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Perfmon: Creating a SQL Server Data Collector Set

A Performance Monitor Data Collector (DC) Set is used to automatically log performance counters into a binary file for analysis later. We will configure the DC to automatically start each data and after server restarts. It will also be configured to ...

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5 Reasons Organizations Migrate from Sage 500 to Sage Intacct

Common Reasons to Consider Migrating from Sage 500 to Sage Intacct Organizations are typically not excited to change software. It takes time. It costs money. It can be disruptive and challenging to fit it in amidst many competing priorities. But ...

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Using Extended Events to Performance Tune Sage 500 – Part 7

Using Extended Events to Performance Tune Sage 500 - Part 7 Analyze the data for queries that aggregate to large impact In this final post I am looking for queries that don’t show in the query for longest duration by individual run, but still have ...

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Using Extended Events to Performance Tune Sage 500 – Part 6

Using Extended Events to Performance Tune Sage 500 - Part 6 Analyze the data for long-running single queries Wow, you are getting close to the finish…and so am I! Again this post assumes that you have followed the previous 5 parts in this blog ...

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Using Extended Events to Performance Tune Sage 500 – Part 5

Using Extended Events to Performance Tune Sage 500 - Part 5 Add helper columns to the XE table In this point of the series, I am assuming that you have followed parts 1 through 4 and have an Extended Events trace table in a test or development ...

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