Submitted by Bryan Eto, CPA BeachFleischman Use this financial health checklist! Cash flow is always an important element in the smooth and successful operation of your business and is particularly […]
by Pam Schulz, Sage Certified Consultant Limit your view to what’s relevant to you Use Inactive Records, Job Level Security, and Screen Defaults to filter your view Sometimes seeing every record […]
When you get a software proposal from Tony Merry, VP at Ledgerwood Associates, you may be surprised to learn that he has already “customized” the solution for you. Learn the 5 ‘secret’ ingredients!
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The U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Wage and Hour Division (WHD) has issued a new Opinion Letter on whether employers must compensate employees for travel time. Here are the highlights from @BeachFleischman.
by Kyle Zeigler, Sage Senior Certified Consultant Provide clarity to your financial statements When your Sage 300 CRE system was first implemented, the basic financial statement designs were likely created […]
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!