Getting paid and paying your staff is one of the top priorities of both employees and ownership. Regardless of the size of the organization, ensuring payroll is run correctly and on time is always top of mind. Having your payroll integrated with your ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) will both streamline and automate this process. One ERP solution that provides a payroll module out of the box is Sage 300cloud (formerly known as Accpac).Read More >
Sage has recently invested in new technology that allows us, your Sage Partner, to work more closely together in supporting you and your Sage 300 system.
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Sage North America has announced the availability of Product Update 1 for Sage 300 ERP 2012, a substantial product update introducing new features and functionality to help businesses be smarter and more efficient. It is currently available for those businesses running Sage 300 ERP 2012. Sage 300 ERP is the most comprehensive financial suite by Sage for midsized and smaller businesses looking to connect all operations enterprise wide and access intelligent insight that drives global growth and profitability.Read More >
It is tax time! Time to take a moment and reflect on your tax planning opportunities for 2012 and beyond. If you have not ever reviewed Government Programs that can help, here is one to consider:Read More >
There are many ways to measure past success and indeed predict your future success. The most common methods revolve around navel gazing exercises that involve a microscopic review of financial results.
Sometimes one doesn't have to exit an Excel spreadsheet to get the necessary data. All Sage 300 (formerly Accpac) tables can be accessed and analysed directly from within Excel. Yes, yes - Excel! I'm talking here about MS Query that can be called upon from the Data menu of Excel. Provided you know the ODBC connections to your company's data and credentials to access it you're good to go and query the data you need, all fields of any table, with the availability of selections and filters. Of course knowing SQL language can be handy and can save hours of work, as in the below example.Read More >