Category: Sage 100 ERP

Saving Time with Business Intelligence Software

A business software system can be a big investment, so it’s no wonder that a lot of firms still look at these systems as a luxury. But these days the availability and reliability of data can make or break a business, so robust business intelligence software isn’t just for enterprise-scale…

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How to Perform an ROI Analysis for an ERP System

When you’re trying to sell your senior leadership on an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project, keeping your return on investment calculations as simple as possible can be an asset. But when it comes to actually choosing an ERP system (e.g., Acumatica ERP) balancing the bottom line benefits against the initial…

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How to Plan for the Ongoing Costs of an ERP System

It’s no secret that enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems represent a major investment in both time and money. What is less well known is that systems like Sage ERP and other robust online accounting software suites come with continuing costs that can be highly variable. A number of factors will…

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Session Highlights – Sage 100: Customizer

One of the most instructional and informative sessions at the recently concluded Sage Summit 2016 was Sage 100: Customizer.  This session was led by Steve Malgren, Sr. Director of Engineering at Sage, and Elliott Pritchard, Principal Architect at Sage Software.  This session was a great beginner course for users and…

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Session Highlights – Sage 100: The Road Ahead

One of the most interesting sessions I attended at Sage Summit 2016 was “Sage 100: The Road Ahead”.  Each year at this event, Sage discusses each of the Sage product lines and covers what new features have been released, what they are currently working on, and what they are planning…

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Calculating the Internal Costs of an ERP System

When thinking about the cost of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, many companies focus too much on the price tag of the system itself. The software and services combined do represent a significant investment but it’s important to remember that the costs associated with an ERP implementation cover more…

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