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This blog will share our recent discussion How to amplify your business with Sage CRM and Sage 300, explaining how your employees can work remotely, all while managing sales with a fully integrated web-based Sage CRM and Sage 300. Make sure to watch the live video to see the products in action; demonstrating how to bridge the gap with CRM so remote workers can access necessary financial data with ease.
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As an organization, it is important for your software to support your unique business processes. Although there is an abundance of products available on the market, it is important to understand the fundamentals of each solution to help determine which are the right fit for your organization. You may discover that a combination of solutions working together may, in fact, be the best strategy. For this reason, we will explain the relationship between an ERP solution and a BI solution and how the two solutions make for the perfect match!Read More >
At BAASS, we strive to be more than software providers, by being the trusted business advisors to companies of all sizes. As a result, we developed 7 questions every company that is considering ERP software should ask the firms they are engaging with during this process.Read More >
Tony Robbins once said, “success leaves clues”. Essentially, successful people learn from previously prosperous people for hints to work smarter and do better. In order to improve, one must learn from past mistakes and triumphs and incorporate these lessons into their current action plan.Read More >
As more and more business technologies are developed to streamline workflows and day to day tasks, the question a business must ask itself is less "Can this software increase my business' productivity?" and more "Which ERP software will best increase my business' productivity."Read More >
The BAASS Pillar Methodology
Implementing an accounting system is like building a home. It needs structure and support. It is imperative that a plan or blueprint is developed first which ensures the foundation is stable and construction proceeds smoothly.
Where do you see your company in five years? Do you imagine it on the same track, selling the same products and services to the same customers competing against the same competitors? Or do you see a company that has progressed into that of a leader in your industry, whose inventory is full of new products and services to provide for new customers in new markets?Read More >