A new info graphic compiled by Sage highlights the impact and potential reach of the Cloud.
New Aberdeen Group report highlights a common misconception in the SME market place that small to medium sized organisations are simply too small for ERP. Modern ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solutions have come a long way and adapted with the marketplace to lower many of the barriers for smaller organisations
Aberdeen Group survey highlights how an ERP system without BI (Business Intelligence) provides organisations with “too much data, not enough information”. Sage 200 and Sage 300 are ERP systems that both come with Business Intelligence Integrated.
One of the latest trends for the accounting and ERP Industry is the Cloud route of deployment. With Sage 200 Online set for an imminent launch, now seems like a good time to get ready to capture the Cloud.
Recognise the warning signs as to when its time to upgrade from Sage 50 Accounts and move up the range to a solution such as Sage 200.
Perhaps you are new to ERP – You have outgrown your accounts software, either by moving past its limited functionality or you are looking for a more integrated solution with CRM Integration and Business Intelligence, for better decision making and linking up of business units.
Sage CRM is often seen as a brilliant tool to effectively manage the sales cycle from lead to close of sale. In reality Sage CRM is so much more as it enables organisations across departments to communicate and collaborate with increased efficiency.
An ERP system, which stands for Enterprise Resource Planning, is the backbone of an organisation. It contains all the information needed to make key decisions. However it is not just the directors at the top that need to use the software to run the business.
Sage officially announced the launch of Sage 300 ERP in the UK yesterday. The solution is available now to all businesses in the UK. In case you have missed out on all the talk of Sage 300 and Sage Accpac, please see below for a description of the new naming conventions for Sage Accpac.
We are pleased to announce that Sage 300 ERP will be available in the UK from 17th December 2012. Find out more.
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.
Sage announced during 2011 at the Sage Summit a series of Sage product rebranding. One of the products that Sage has decided to rebrand is Sage Accpac ERP. The new name for Sage Accpac, which is already starting to come into effect, is Sage 300 ERP, although the full switchover will take time to complete.