SAGE 100 TRAINING
(Formerly MAS 90 & MAS 200)

Financial Applications Training
Sage 100 ERP Introduction And System Administrator

Power Up New Sage 100 Skills

This course combines Introduction to Sage 100 and the Sage 100 for System Administrators into one comprehensive course. It is the ideal training option for students needing to become familiar with Sage 100 and take responsibility for setting up companies, security, and utilize Library Master features and utilities.

This class is ideal for

New Sage 100 ERP users

Topics Included

  • Learn how to use Launcher
  • Navigate in Sage 100
  • Understand the updating process
  • Take command with multi-tasking
  • Print reports and forms
  • Understand the File Menu options
  • Use online help with confidence

Advance Preparation:

None

Pre-requisites:

Experience navigating through the Windows operating system with a mouse

Course level:

Basic

Tuition:

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

CPE Credits:

8.
Learn more about CPE credits.

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The 5 Most Common ERP Objections

Making the decision to upgrade from a basic accounting software to a robust ERP system can come with challenges. Not everyone will be on board or open to the idea of change. Throughout our years in practice, we have found the following common objections to adopting a new software.  Read More

Submitted by Ally Donahue on Fri, 01/22/21 - 11:33

ERP Hierarchy of Needs

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs a psychological concept that people are willing to fulfill basic needs before pursuing higher level needs. This theory was created in 1943 by Abraham Maslow. The five levels, physiological, safety, connection, esteem, and self-actualization are all components of what humans need. Just like we need these basic necessities, so does a company when implementing a new ERP system. All five levels in an ERP sense are vital to future system success. Below you will find a creative infographic highlighting the similarities of each human need to each ERP need. Read More

Submitted by Ally Donahue on Fri, 01/15/21 - 12:36

Why an ERP System Isn’t “One Size Fits All”

Have you seen the phrase, “One Size Fits All”, marked on different types of clothing? Most items labeled as such usually are very plain and have a standard size to accommodate most. Of course there are outliers and truly not everyone can fit in a one sized option. This is also true of  ERP systems; they cannot be “One Size Fits All” due to complexities. Read More

Submitted by Ally Donahue on Fri, 01/08/21 - 10:27

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