With the introduction of Sage 100 ERP Version 2013 and subsequent product updates, your ERP software received an impressive range of new features during the year. Sage 100 ERP also got a boost in mobility thanks to the introduction of cloud‐technology. These new features make it possible for you to access your system using a mobile device or tablet and stay productive even when you’re on‐the‐go or away from the office. Let’s take a look at the year in review.
Sage recently unveiled 3 new mobile apps designed to help businesses improve customer service and cash flow. These new cloud-based solutions are affordable, easy-to-implement, and integrate directly with your Sage 100 ERP system. Let's take a closer look.
We recently saw the introduction of Sage Inventory Advisor - affordable cloud-based software that's helping companies reduce excess inventory and working capital while eliminating stock-outs. Let's take a closer look at this new and unique add-on solution for your Sage 100 ERP system.
Credit Card Processing Changes
The introduction of Sage Exchange changes the way that credit card transactions are processed in Sage 100 ERP beginning with Version 2013. It not only provides enhanced credit card security and Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance, Sage Exchange also introduces new card swipe capabilities, mobile payment features, and other credit card processing enhancements that we’ll take a closer look at in this article.
Release Includes Productivity And Workflow Enhancements For Everyone On Your Team
Sage 100 ERP 2013 is available for download from the Sage customer portal. We previewed many of the beneficial enhancements in this release in previous issues of this newsletter. In this issue we will cover several exciting new features that were added at the last minute and also recap the entire release.
As the year comes to a close, it is a good time to review what has taken place with the Sage 100 ERP product line and look ahead to upcoming enhancements.
Sage Focuses On Cloud Computing
While most organizations choose to keep their primary ERP system on-premise, cloud- based solutions enable you to add capabili- ties without investing in new infrastructure, training new personnel, or licensing new soft- ware. Cloud computing encompasses any subscription-based or pay-per-use service that extends existing functionality in real time via the Internet. Cloud-based solutions are espe- cially useful for applications where regula- tions or rates change frequently, such as pay- roll and sales taxes, and shipping costs.