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!
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).
At some point in time, it might be appropriate for your business to have two separate configurations for your users: one for production, and the other for testing. How to in Sage SQL Estimating.
One of the most significant features in Version 20 of Sage 100 Contractor is the automatic back up of your SQL Database on a nightly basis. WARNING: there are some things you need to check to make sure you are receiving the maximum benefit from this function.
Don’t stress! Bookmark this page for help upgrading to Sage 100 Contractor V 20. We will continue to update it with new information as we get it from Sage, plus links to LAI blogs written by Sage Certified Consultants.
A little clean up and organization can go a long way towards a smoother upgrade to Sage 100 CON V20! Here’s step-by-step help from LAI’s Certified Consultant.
Need help migrating to V.20 / SQL for Sage 100 Contractor? Don’t even know which version you’re currently on? Here’s how to tell, and when to get it done by!
You will most likely need help with your SQL conversion and Sage 100 version upgrade to Version 19.7. This is a BIG undertaking which you should use as many resources as you can. We can help you plan it!
The new SQL version for Sage 100 CON is a major advance. The old structure was really “old” — there are new tools available, and this upgrade is taking advantage of the more modern technology.