Migrating from Sage 100 Classic to 100c
Volume 17 • Issue 5
By now, you’ve certainly heard about Sage 100c. It’s a modernized version of the classic Sage 100 software (formerly MAS90/MAS200) that customers have been using for decades. With so many customers that have already migrated to Sage 100c and many more considering it, we wanted to take a moment to discuss the migration process which is actually quite simple.
The #1 Customer-Requested add-on
Volume 17 • Issue 4
According to a 2017 survey that Sage conducted of customers, accounts payable automation was the most requested new functionality. So it should come as no surprise that Sage recently introduced Sage AP Autmation powered by Beanworks. Let’s take a look at the new suite of AP automation features now available for Sage 100c.
With any new release, we often see a collection of features called usability enhancements. These aren’t typically headline-grabbing features that everyone eagerly anticipates. However, depending on your workflow and how you use Sage 100, these minor tweaks can turn into huge time-savers. So here’s a look at some of the global usability enhancements included in Sage 100 Version 2017.
New Multi-Bin Inventory Management
Volume 17 • Issue 2
A collaboration between Sage and two long-time developers in the Sage channel extends the inventory management capabilities of Sage 100c with the new DSD/ScanForce Multi-Bin module. What’s more, the basic version is free of charge to current customers of Sage 100c Advanced or Complete product bundles. Here’s a closer look.
You might have heard that Sage has been working on revamping the payroll module which will be called Sage 100 Payroll 2.0. From the information that has been released thus far, it seems to represent one of the most significant product changes in a while. Sage recently published a few videos that give us a sneak peek of what’s to come, which we’ll explore in this newsletter.
Introducing Sage 100 2017
Volume 16 • Year End 2016
Released in late October, Sage 100 2017 introduces the ability to collect customer payments using ACH, enhanced credit card verification for corporate purchses, improved lookup and search features, and a collection of other updates throughout the software. Here’s a look at what’s new.
Sage 100c Now Offers Manufacturing
Volume 16 • Issue 5
Earlier this year, it was announced that a new manufacturing bundle was available for Sage 100c that goes above and beyond the existing Bill of Materials and Work Order Processing modules that work with the classic version of Sage 100 (formerly “MAS 90”).
Here’s a look at how the new Sage 100c Manufacturing bundle was “born” and why it’s capable of tackling more complex jobs and managing the entire manufacturing process.
Sage 100 Version 2016 was released in November of last year. Since then, there have also been two product updates that added additional features. If you’re running an older version of Sage 100 and wondering whether the 2016 release is for you, consider these top 5 reasons to upgrade.
The Sage Intelligence Cheat Sheet
Volume 16 • Issue 3
With so many Sage 100 customers that have recently begun using Sage Intelligence Reporting or plan to use it soon as a replacement for FRx, we thought it might be helpful to provide an overview of the various Sage Intelligence reporting components. This “cheat sheet” provides a quick reference to the various modules and capabilities.
Changes in U.S. Payroll Module Pricing
Volume 16 • Issue 2
Sage recently announced that beginning in May 2016, Sage 100 customers running the U.S. Payroll Module will see a change in pricing. Based on newly-structured payroll tiers, customers will only pay based on the number of paychecks processed for active employees. Read on to learn more about why Sage is making the change and how the new payroll pricing structure works.
Concurrent with the release of Sage 100 2016 back in November, Sage also launched a new product called Sage 100c. In this article, we’ll provide answers to some frequently‐asked questions about this newest addition to the Sage 100 product family.