Ideas for how to use Microsoft Access with SQL-specific pass-through queries as a data source for reports. Discusses Sage 100 ERP and getting the most out of Custom Office by
utilizing scripts. Address Sage Alerts and Workflow (also known as Knowledgesync). And provides information on understanding error messages . . . what Sage
tech support, your partner, and colleagues in
Sage City need to know before they can help you.
He provides some ways to manufacture without Master
Production Schedule (MPS) or Material Requirements Planning (MRP) using inventory
allocations shortages. He has experience with Sage ERP X3 and purchasing in conjunction with Sage
Inventory Advisor and MRP and shipping using a keyboard wedge barcode reader to record
tracking numbers. He'll give best practices for using Sage Enterprise
Intelligence to enhance reporting capabilities. And he has some ideas on getting the most from Financial Data Extractor from Sage ERP X3.
She's a master at Sage 300 ERP. With Mary, get ideas for filling in the gaps when your ERP
system doesn’t do everything you need. Find out what to do when you have too much data and not enough information. Get strategies for planning (and surviving) a migration as well as strategies for setting up IT budgets.
She has a lot of good ideas when it comes to Sage Timeslips and electronic billing in the legal vertical—getting your invoicing to comply with the LEDES “standard”. Nancy provides ideas on taking training and how that relates to your software purchase. She has best practices for transitioning to paperLESS/
low paper workflows for solo and small
businesses. And she'll provide insight on lawyers’ trust accounting issues—
how to keep you or your customers from losing
their bar license by handling the IOLTA account
Steve covers Sage 50 Accounting—U.S. Edition, including getting the most out of the financial statement, making the move from QuickBooks and Sage
DacEasy to customize. And he covers how to accrue sick time, vacation,
or PTO based on actual hours worked.
When does it make sense to extend your ERP
system with customizations, and when should
you look further inside the box? He'll provide insight on that as well as "scope creep” and “scope sprint” . . . how to really scope and handle change management. He has ideas on planning ahead for the challenges of working with both remote and in-house developers. And he can go beyond SAP® Crystal Reports . . . what other tools do you use to mine your data.
From Toronto, Clyde has ideas for setting up accounts and reconciliation using Sage 50 Accounting—Canadian Edition. He has insight on year-end (fiscal and calendar) best practices. And he can help you get the most out of inventory setup and
maintenance. More than that, he has insight on Canadian charities and the CRA—working with
the charities directorate.
If you're a user of Sage 50 Accounting—U.S. Edition, you don't want to miss him! He'll provide ideas on what can be accomplished in Sage 50 that you
didn’t know about. He has tips and ideas on reconciling and making backups and restores. And he'll lead some discussions on cloud and the impact to your business.
Sage employee, Ed Kless, is known for more than just partner relationships and the voice of various podcasts. He has information about increasing user adoption and dealing with
employee resistance. He can help with your organization’s
productivity and effectiveness. And he'll brainstorm ways to increase the level of
adoption of new systems, processes, and tools in our businesses by changing the way we
interact with our teams.
He'll help with best practices for the distribution industry, including how you're monitoring customer compliance, leveraging operating lines, and choosing your
e-commerce platforms. He'll also get an open discussion going on
business issues from technology to scalability
for organizations in a distribution or franchise management role.
If you want to know more about the construction industry or Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate, you've come to the right place. He'll lead discussions on a myriad things from payroll to data file maintenance.
Sage 100 ERP has met its match. Kevin leads discussions on custom reporting, like how do you mine your
ERP data for information beyond the basics? He'll provide ideas and best practices on backup and recovery for protecting your critical ERP data. And he'll give thoughts on how
do you approach keeping your system current.
When it comes to Sage 100 ERP, he's got you covered. He reviews best practices for bank reconciliation, purchase clearing (including what it is), and how to use the Sage knowledgebase.
Darlene and Dave Smith handle everything there is about reporting for Sage 50 Accounting—U.S. Edition. They'll share best practices, too.
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