Sage 100c is a well-known ERP product for small to mid-size businesses. While Sage 100c is such a great product, so are the integrations you can adapt to your system. Below are a few of the top Sage integrations that can benefit your business.


What is an ERP integration?

The Merriam-Webster definition of “integrate” is, “combine to make a whole.” That is exactly what an ERP integration does for your system as a whole. An ERP integration is a way to connect ERP software to other systems to assure that information is communicated correctly and workflows are automated. Some examples of ERP integrations are EDI, eCommerce and CRM. Below are some system integrations that Sage offers.

Sage Integrations


Sage HRMS is the complete Human Resources Management System for small businesses – helping HR make better and more efficient decisions across all HR tasks. Sage HRMS is the core product that allows for many add-ons to make the system adapt to your company needs. This software allows more accurate management of payroll, employee time, employee benefits and much more. Examples of Add Ons can be found in a recent bog article, Best Sage HRMS Add-Ons.

How Sage HRMS can benefit your business:

  • Manage all your employee-related information and processes in a single solution.
  • Make stronger decisions faster with improved access to workforce analytics.
  • Ensure government compliance to avoid company risk when meeting federal and state rules, regulations, and reporting requirements.
  • Closely monitor employee records and personnel actions, HR compliance, benefits administration, absence management, reporting (standard and custom), and data import/export actions

*can be standalone or integrated*

Sage Alerts and Workflows

You don’t have sufficient time and sufficient staff to constantly monitor and analyze your ERP data, review everything that’s going on, alert the appropriate people and take appropriate actions in a timely manner. With Sage Alerts and Workflow, you get a system that automatically and pro-actively monitors itself— triggering alerts and auto-responding to critical, time-sensitive business conditions so as to enable an organization to improve efficiency, maximize revenue, and ensure optimum customer satisfaction. We recently had a webinar on Sage Alerts and Workflows that you can watch here.

How Sage Alerts and Workflows can benefit your Business:

  • Keep people informed through automated alerts via email, text message, fax or dashboard about any business conditions, such as overdue invoices, critical support issues, or contracts about to expire.
  • Auto-deliver and generate relevant forms, documents, and reports to suppliers, and analytical reports to managers. Schedule reports to auto-distribute based on any recurring schedule and in the requested format, and configure other reports to auto-run only when the business conditions warrant it.
  • Streamline processes by automating best practices. Move data between applications; and create custom integrations that turn resource-intensive manual processes into automated business activities.


Sage Fixed Assets

With the ability to track and manage fixed assets through every step of the asset lifecycle, customers can enjoy simplified fixed-asset tracking with comprehensive depreciation calculations, including over 300,000 U.S. and Canadian regulations for businesses, governments and nonprofits. This software includes four modules: planning, tracking, depreciation and reporting. You no longer have to worry about the status of your fixed assets with this comprehensive and accurate software. If remote work is making your remote Fixed Assets confusing, we have a webinar breaking down Who has what? Watch here.

How Sage Fixed Assets can benefit your business

  • Account for all inventory with Sage Fixed Assets Planning. Think construction in-progress—from projects being built, upgraded, renovated, or accumulated prior to being put in service.
  • Be updated on changes in financial and tax rules, including exemptions. Using Fixed Assets Depreciation, you no longer have to do the detailed administrative tasks to manage your Fixed Assets.
  • Easily keep track of the assets that keep your organization running by using Sage Fixed Assets – Tracking


Sage CRM

Sage CRM is a powerful and easy to use Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution that increases productivity, fosters collaboration, and improves the customer experience. With a range of sales, marketing and service modules that give end-to-end visibility of data and processes, Sage CRM enables customers to make better informed business decisions based on accurate information. This powerful combination of ERP and CRM functionality delivers instant access across the whole organization to key real-time customer information and allows collaboration for greater organizational efficiency, higher sales, and better overall customer experience. Do you want to learn more about Sage CRM? We recently did an overview of what Sage CRM is and how it can benefit your business! You can watch it here.

How Sage CRM can benefit your business

  • Sage CRM helps customers grow revenues through better prospecting & selling for new business.
  • Sage CRM helps retention & growth within a customer’s base, through better data & process service design.
  • Sage CRM delivers better ‘across the business’ insights to make better business decisions.


Are you interested in adding these integrations to your current Sage 100c  system? Request a FREE demo today or visit our Sagec page. You can also give us a call at 856-335-1010 or email at for more information!

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