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 […]
Journals are one of the first things to review when troubleshooting an issue, so #LAI strongly encourages you to preserve yours!
Like athletes preparing for a marathon, there are good habits you could be doing to prepare for Year End. Start with these four tips to help with Year End accounting processes
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.
You know that Construction Accounting is a bit different than standard business accounting. You need to know everything about your construction jobs – from bid to close out. And you probably need to do some custom inquiries, and properly archive historical data.
Take Control of the Change Management Process! Project Management is one of those catch-all phrases, like ‘marketing,’ right? Everyone knows what Project Management generally means, everyone thinks they generally know […]
Wondering if it’s time to upgrade your Sage Estimating software and not sure what the key differences are? While Sage’s Standard and Extended versions share more similarities than not, there […]
CRM for construction is not only relevant, but critical for new business development. AGC of America published an excellent article, “Does CRM Really Matter for Construction?”
Only 11% of construction companies use CRM to build new business! Get a leg up on your competition by using Sage CRM with Sage 300 CRE as a differentiator.
By Richard Camp Transaction Privilege Tax Defined As defined by the Arizona Department of Revenue: The Arizona transaction privilege tax is commonly referred to as a sales tax; however, the […]