If you’re like today’s average office worker, you probably deal with a great deal of paper – coming in, going out, passing through your organization – every day. Effectively tracking those various documents is both costly and hard to do. What happens when the invoice you leave on a coworker’s desk gets buried under other files? Even when documents are scanned to a file share, data is difficult to find: perhaps a coworker hasn’t followed proper naming conventions or saved in the correct folder, leaving you at a disadvantage when a customer calls asking for previous order information.
What’s New in the Latest Version
Sage 100 and Sage 100cloud Version 2019 is now available. With more than 30 new or enhanced features across key modules including Paperless Office and Inventory Management, some are saying it’s the biggest release in years. Here’s a look at what’s new in Sage 100 2019.
Vrakas/Blum Computer Consulting, Inc. (VBCC) is pleased to announce the addition of Lisa Dion as Consulting Manager.
The new Sage Production Management is comprised of features designed to replace the legacy Work Order and Material Requirements Planning (MPR) modules currently in Sage 100. Here’s a closer look at this new functionality for manufacturers.
In Sage 100, you can use General Ledger segments to slice and dice your data for financial reporting. Here’s how you use Sage 100 to automatically post data into these segments. You can post by warehouse, Customer or Product Line (but you can’t substitute all three at the same time). Sage 100cloud Manufacturing provides more sophisticated segment substitution, but we’re not going to cover manufacturing here. Let’s go through the Sage 100 setup screens and run through an example.
In addition to a refresh of the user interface, Sage Fixed Assets 2019.1 includes new features that make it easier for you to take advantage of rules passed under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Here’s a closer look.
A number of new cloud-based ERP solutions have been introduced to the market in recent years. These products clearly offer benefits to organizations who don’t want the headaches associated with managing their own local or “on premises” servers.
Sometimes when we speak with companies about document management, we hear, “This solution would be so great … if only we had the budget for it.” There is a perception that if you want to make a digital transformation to go paperless, you have to buy the whole expensive software package with all the bells and whistles. Many people don’t realize that they can purchase a scalable solution like DocLink to start small and grow at the company’s pace.