NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE

Sage 100 ERP 2013 Release

The Sage 100 ERP 2013 release is scheduled for this fall. In this issue we will cover new capabilities in Credit Card Processing and Paperless Office; highlight the benefits of the new cloud-based Sage Exchange technology and its Mobile Payments capability; and finally the enhancements to Sage Advisor.

COSO Internal Control Framework Update

The Internal Control – Integrated Framework, widely used by businesses in implementing and evaluating internal controls related to operations, compliance and financial reporting, has been in existence for twenty years. In light of fast-paced changes in Information Technology, COSO has implemented a review of these procedures.

XBRL Deadline Approaches

Currently only 1,440 companies are reporting to the SEC using XBRL. The SEC estimates approximately 15,000 companies are traded publically; leaving over 90% of publically traded companies not reporting in XBRL. June 2011 sets a new deadline where these companies must be reporting to the SEC in XBRL format. See how FRx can help you with these changes.

Simplifying The Upgrade Process: New Tools Help You Keep Your Software Current

Studies show many customers choose not to upgrade due to concerns over the cost, downtime, and effort involved. Are you still running on an older version of Sage ERP MAS 90 or Sage ERP MAS 200? If so, remember that Sage is retiring Version 3.71 on September 30, 2010.

Preparing For Year-End Processing

Year-end processing within Sage MAS 90 and 200 ERP involves many steps, and many of them can be performed in advance of the actual closing process. In this newsletter we’ve highlighted some of the most important steps you can take in preparation for the important and necessary year-end process.

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How to do a Bank Transfer in Sage 100cloud

When making a bank transfer there are different ways one can do it and below we will discuss two different ways using the Sage 100Cloud General Ledger Module. Read More

Submitted by Patrick Wills on Thu, 08/02/18 - 9:28

How to Plan an ERP Implementation Project from Start to Finish (and Beyond!)

ERP implementation projects have a notoriously high failure rate.  One of the things conveniently left out of reports containing these troubling statistics is why so many implementation projects fail to deliver expected results on time or on budget.  Of course, there is an infinite number of reasons that ERP projects fail, but the truth is that poor project planning is one of the most common. Without clarity on project structure, activities, roles, and responsibilities, ERP implementation projects can often suffer from confusion and resistance, making execution extremely difficult.  Read More

Submitted by Sean Atkins on Wed, 07/18/18 - 11:42

5 Ways to Maximize the Value of your Current ERP System

Many organizations aren't satisfied with the value their current ERP system delivers to the business. Before starting over with a new evaluation and selection process, it may help to take a step back and examine the ways in which your current system could be better. Here are five recommendations for maximizing the value of the ERP resources you already have and how to know when it's time to start fresh with a new ERP system. Read More

Submitted by Sean Atkins on Thu, 06/28/18 - 9:03

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