Now more than ever, it’s critical to find ways to revolutionize your discrete manufacturing process. In business, the most successful teams are constantly seeking new ways to make products faster, improve processes, and reduce costs.
Now more than ever, it’s critically important to maximize profits to ensure healthy cash flow.
Sage 100cloud Manufacturing Lifecycle Management helps you deliver your complex production jobs on time and on budget meeting and/or exceeding customer expectations.
By tracking the complete job lifecycle of everything you produce, it’s easier to spot and anticipate supply or labor issues that may impact on-time delivery, possibly delaying payment as well. With automation like Sage 100cloud Manufacturing, it’s easy to keep an eye on your job's lifecycle processes in real-time, enabling you to react and respond.
The implementations of new Sage 100cloud manufacturing software solutions are frequently complex and often time-consuming. When you consider how critical it is to achieve good outcomes, it’s crucial to have a partner on your side that is efficient and experienced to save you time.
Is your discrete make to stock manufacturing or fabricating company lacking the production management software you need to avoid bottlenecks or missed shipments due to stock-outs? Do you trust your inventory information?
In order to remain competitive and profitable, discrete manufacturing companies often implement manufacturing KPIs to help them understand and react to changing scenarios. As the need for more useful and quicker insights grows, so has the reliance on outdated and ill-functioning software.
Here’s what Sage has in store in terms of new features expected over the next several months:
A customer recently said he was not interested in Sage 100cloud as he wanted to use on-premise software. It highlighted the misconceptions many have due to the name changes Sage 100 has been going through. Sage 100, Sage 100c and Sage 100cloud are virtually all the same products. Sage as a company introduced Sage 100c with “c” standing for connected. The difference between Sage 100 and Sage 100c is just basically how you pay for it. Sage 100 is a purchased model with annual maintenance payments; and Sage100c is a subscription model to better align with the rest of the software industry. Functionally, they are both the same product. However, to encourage migration to Sage 100c a few extras were added – free DSD Multibin, enhanced lookups, access to Sage 100c Manufacturing, access to AP automation, Sage Intelligence and exclusive 100c only future products. The “c”, (connected) means that there are add on products that Sage 100c can connect to such as Sage Inventory Advisor, AP Automation and the former Sage Payment Solutions.
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.