Each year VBCC holds an annual Sage User Conference. This year was bigger and better than ever! Why? VBCC took over the entire Milwaukee Marriott West ballroom to accommodate 165 attendees, sponsors and employees, hosted 23 breakout sessions, highlighted Sage products and introduced an entire QuickBooks conference focused on Intuit’s desktop and online products.
As a way to better serve our clients, Vrakas/Blum Computer Consulting, Inc. (VBCC) is proud to announce its newest Alliance Partner, Honkamp Krueger & Co., P.C.’s Software Solutions Group (HKSSG).
If you have Sage 100, you may be wondering if you should migrate to Sage 100cloud (formerly Sage 100c). Sage has included many incentives to entice clients to migrate. The benefits can be weighed against Sage 100cloud subscription pricing.
As a proud member of the marketing team, I am tasked with gathering testimonials from satisfied clients. I am here to tell you I do read them all and share them with the whole team here at Vrakas/Blum Computer Consulting. We love to hear when a client is satisfied and love to share their words with the team.
Newer versions of Sage are coming out with more ways to modify the look and feel of your software to best suit your own needs. In a recent webinar I covered these topics as well as some other basic features and functions in Sage. Since that was such a hit, I thought a blog post summarizing some of the great new features would also be helpful. Most of these features are available to all when you upgrade versions but some are exclusive to Sage 100cloud (formerly 100c).
Depending on where you do business and the local privacy laws in your region, you may be required to have evidence of marketing consent from your contacts. In other words in order to send email, call or text, your contacts may need to have explicitly agreed to receive marketing communication from your company. In this article, we’ll show you how to create and manage those consent records in Sage CRM.
While Sage100Cloud is not a native “cloud” application, it can be hosted and run in the cloud. Several people have asked us why they would want to do that. So, let’s explore the benefits of running Sage100Cloud in the cloud.
B – Backup your data. Every year we run across a company that does not back up their data. Think of it as cheap insurance or a spare tire to keep your business going in a disaster. Or better yet, it is a chance to go back into time and get something you lost. It’s the ultimate do over button.