In addition to the “old” User Defined fields in Sage 100 Contractor, many screens now have a “Custom Fields” button. The options are limitless, and Sage Certified Consultant, Pam Schulz, will help you navigate this winding road.
There are many reasons to review your server and network on a regular basis. LAI director of PSG, Ruth Stockdale, recommends these four steps.
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Do you need to write reports in Excel? Sage 100 Contractor has a robust report designer, but sometimes it is beneficial to connect your Excel report directly to the Sage 100 Contractor database. Here’s how!
Journals are one of the first things to review when troubleshooting an issue, so #LAI strongly encourages you to preserve yours!
Knowing WHEN to expect the elements of Job Costs to be on a report is a key financial strategy. #LAI consultant Pam Schulz tell you the whys, why nots, and the report to use to get key ‘when’ benefits.
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Did you know that Sage Estimating V.20 now has a built in feature to backup and restore your data? That’s really handy when you need to migrate your SQL data from one to another SQL server (or instance).
As your company grows by quarter, annually, etc., — you will find the need for ‘extra’ efficiencies to help you meet your financial or growth goals and constantly emerging technologies. You can accomplish this by adding functionality — modules — as you need them, in stages.
In Construction accounting it is necessary to analyze performance on other levels instead of just from the Financial Accounting perspective. Regular accounting is customer based, but construction is based on THE JOB. And the job is measured by its COSTS.