SAGE 100 TRAINING
(Formerly MAS 90 & MAS 200)

Financial Applications Training
Core Applications Series Without Payroll - 4 Days

Designed as an introduction to Sage 100 ERP, this comprehensive class covers Library Master, General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and an overview of FRx. You will be introduced to the setup, integration, daily work and period-end processing aspects of these applications.

This class is ideal for

Sage 100 ERP (formerly MAS 90 and MAS 200) users desiring to acquire versatile skills

Topics Included

  • Understand the launcher and how to use it
  • Learn all menu options
  • Enter invoices and adjustments and update transactions
  • Close the period
  • Enter and update journal entries
  • Accurately calculate finance charges and print statements
  • Become proficient with reporting and inquiry options

Advance Preparation:

None

Pre-requisites:

Experience using the Windows operating system and navigating with the use of a mouse

Tuition:

$1895.00 + $295 (plus tax and shipping) for Training Guides. Discounts available for groups of 3 or more.

CPE Credits:

30.
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