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Sage 300 ERP 2012 Release coming soon – Formally Sage Accpac ERP
Wednesday August 15, 2012

Following up from our earlier announcement that Sage Accpac ERP was set to change name to Sage 300 ERP. Sage has now confirmed details of Sage 300 ERP 2012, a completely integrated, multinational business management solution providing financials, CRM, operations, and business intelligence tools to mid-market businesses.

Available in September 2012, many of its new features, including Sage Visual Process Flows and Sage Advisor Update, improve the customer experience through productivity enhancements that simplify business processes. Sage has listened to customer feedback through its wishlist and has included a lot of the most popular requests in this latest edition.

Sage 300 ERP 2012

The Sage 300 ERP 2012 release delivers:

- Sage Visual Process Flows, providing a graphical, process-oriented interface that can increase productivity by matching workflows and simplifying the navigation of specific tasks.

- Sage Advisor Update, enabling businesses that have subscribed to a Sage Business Care Plan to keep Sage 300 ERP current with the latest updates and enhancements.

- Improvements to order entry for mobile salespeople and back-office personnel to accelerate the sales process and make it easier to accept credit card payments using Sage Payments.

- Easier access to operational data with enhanced inquiry capabilities and improvements to the Report Designer in Sage 300 ERP Intelligence Reporting.

“Our drive to provide a simpler customer experience both in this version of Sage 300 ERP and in Sage ERP X3 V6.5, which we also announced today, clearly show that the inherent sophistication of ERP systems doesn’t necessarily mean a complex user experience,” said Joe Langner, EVP, Midmarket Solutions for Sage North America.

“Visual process flows have been featured in a number of Sage ERP solutions and have received great feedback from users. By focusing on improving product usability and user productivity in Sage 300 ERP 2012, we’re providing great value to both new customers and current customers who are looking to upgrade.”

Source: MarketWire

Written by David Weaver at 15:30

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