At year end, it can be useful to create an archive company using the Copy Company feature. This provides a readily accessible copy (and backup) of the current year’s data even after you perform year end processing in your live company.
Here are just a few tips to keep in mind as you begin year end processing in Sage 100.
What is CRM?
By now, all of us have heard about “Customer Relationship Management” (CRM). But not everyone understands what CRM software does or what it means for your business. So let’s go back to basics and explain what CRM is exactly.
You’ve probably heard by now ... the newest release of Sage 100 ERP includes over 60 enhancements that were submitted and voted on by customers like you using the Sage 100 Ideas Portal. Let’s look at the most popular core financial features added as a result of your feedback.
In case you missed it, the message is worth repeating. Sage recently sent out communication warning customers about reports of companies contacting you claiming to represent Sage (but they don’t!).
If you think social media is just for teenagers, think again. More than half of those logging on to social media sites are in their mid-thirties or older.
Traditional media outlets such as newspapers, radio and television, have long served the purpose of delivering one-way messages, like your firm's advertising. Social media, by contrast, uses web-based platforms to not only deliver your message, but to allow the recipient to participate.
There’s a simple tax truth that direct sellers need to know.
You depend on your agents, or distributors, for growth. But your agents can give you the obligation to collect sales tax in multiple states, without even realizing they’re doing it.
Watch the video below to learn how this works and how best to handle it.
Do you ever get an uneasy feeling that your purchasing system is out of whack? Are you concerned that expenditures are being made on your company's behalf that would never meet with your approval?
Success in a manufacturing/distribution business starts with your order entry system. It's an expensive proposition to say there's no time to do things right the first time but always time to redo mistakes over and over again.do things right the first time but always time to redo mistakes over and over again.
If you don't get it right the first time, your costs add up and your bottom line erodes. You can spend hours, or even days, fixing errors and squandering resources. The costs go beyond measurable forms, such as customer complaints, lost orders, wasted inventory and excessive overtime. Your staff may become frustrated and apathetic.
Assigning items to packages: