SAGE 100 TRAINING
(Formerly MAS 90 & MAS 200)

Financial Applications Training
Sage 100 ERP Accounts Receivable

Track Receivables For Quicker Payout

This course is your first step toward streamlined receivables processing and quicker invoice payments. In this course, you will learn how to set up the Sage 100 Accounts Receivable module based on your company’s requirements, and the fundamentals of entering invoices, cash receipts, and recurring invoices.

This class is ideal for

Sage 100 ERP users wanting to gain professional skills in Accounts Receivable

Topics Included

  • Set up the Accounts Receivable module
  • Enter a variety of Accounts Receivable invoices using real life scenarios
  • Identify and enter appropriate transactions for adjusting invoices
  • Accurately estimate cash flow based on receivables using the features available in the system
  • Process payments against your customers accounts using a variety of methods
  • Reconcile your Accounts Receivable to the General Ledger
  • Identify appropriate reports to use when faced with the need for specific information

Advance Preparation:

None

Pre-requisites:

Prior attendance in a Sage MAS 90 or Sage MAS 200 Introduction and Library Master training class
or
Experience using a mouse and the Windows operating system, navigating in Sage 100 ERP, previewing reports and printing reports

Course level:

Basic

Tuition:

$595 + $95 (plus tax and shipping) for Training Guide

CPE Credits:

7.5.
Learn more about CPE credits.

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