Category: Sage Software

Sage MAS 200 EES Roadmap

Blog by Doug Deane The Sage MAS200 Extended Enterprise Suite (EES) was originally released to give current and prospective Sage MAS 200 end-users access to enterprise-wide functionality.  That suite  took the powerful and widely-used Sage MAS 200 ERP product, and married it with SageCRM and Sage FAS, in order to…

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Sage MAS200 SQL – A Huge Step Forward

Blog by Doug Deane In the fourth quarter of this year Sage will be releasing MAS 200 ver. 4.45 which will bring SQL functionality to MAS 200.  Steve Malmgren has been the driving force behind this release for many years, and he is to be commended for his great work.  Sage claims…

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What is Hybrid Computing and Why Should You Care?

Blog by Doug Deane I recently came across an exceptionally informative article posted on June 9, 2010 by Laurie McCabe on www.smallBusinessComputing.com.  The article begins: “A hybrid computing platform lets customers connect the packaged small business software applications that they run on their own internal desktops or servers to applications…

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Sage ERP Software PCI DSS Compliance

Blog by Doug Deane Sage ERP Software PCI DSS Compliance Definition of Terms Before we can even begin to start talking about the PCI DSS standards, it’s necessary to define some important and often-used terms: Acquirer – Also referred to as the “acquiring bank” or the “acquiring financial institution.” This…

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Sage Off-Plan Customer Reinstatement

Blog by Doug Deane Sage Off-Plan Customer Reinstatement DSD was pleased to see Sage’s new promotion for encouraging customers to get back onto an active maintenance plan.  This program runs through September 30th and some really interesting aspects that we’ve never seen before.  The most interesting of those involves Sage’s offer…

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