SAGE 100 TRAINING
(Formerly MAS 90 & MAS 200)

Technical And Productivity Applications Training
Sage 100 ERP Visual Integrator

Key Strategies For Successful Importing And Exporting

You’ll be amazed at how well you can create, import and export jobs with this targeted training that includes many hands-on activities. Learn how to create and use ODBC data sources, how to convert data to Sage 100 from accounting systems that support the Visual Integrator import data file formats, and how to define calculation expression, assign run-time variables and create conditional expressions.

This class is ideal for

Sage 100 ERP customers who would like to acquire advanced knowledge of data file structures

Topics Included

  • Apply existing knowledge of Data File Structures to the Visual Integrator Data Dictionary
  • Import from different file types
  • Define selection criteria for what data to import
  • Determine different record types when importing files with multiple record types
  • Create calculation for modifying or evaluating file

Advance Preparation:

None

Pre-requisites:

None

Course level:

Intermediate

Tuition:

$595 + $125 (plus tax and shipping) for Training Guide

CPE Credits:

8.
Learn more about CPE credits.

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