Microsoft listened to the needs of the end user and developed new additions to their already powerful ERP system in their latest release, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016. By adding extensions to these capabilities, Microsoft improved usability with a new web client, broadened their reporting functionality and reduced processing time by allowing users to attach documents directly to Dynamics GP. Let’s take a closer look at these marvelous new features.
The release of Product Update 1 (PU1) for Sage 300 Version 2016 introduced some interesting enhancements to the new Sage 300c platform. Let's take a look at those snazzy enhancements.
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By now, you’ve probably heard of Sage Intelligence. But lately, you may also be hearing about a newer Sage “Enterprise” Intelligence option. While both products provide business intelligence (BI) reporting tools that work hand-in-hand with Sage 300, each differs a bit in the functionality they provide. In this article, we’ll explore those differences.
With the release of Sage 300 2016, the Sage Intelligence Reporting component received several enhancements. In this article, we'll take a closer look at what the changes are and how they benefit you as a Sage 300 customer.
The popularity of business intelligence (BI) reporting has been on the rise, and for good reason. The graphs, charts and number-crunching power that BI tools provide help you get the upper hand on all that data stored in your ERP system so you can make “intelligent” business decisions. Many of you have already made, or are planning to make, a transition from the older Financial Reporter (FR) over to the new Sage Intelligence Reporting in Sage 300, formerly known as Accpac. So here’s a look at some of the frequently-asked questions about Sage Intelligence.
As a Sage business partner, we are noticing that as users become more technologically savvy, they want to create their own Sage 300 custom reports and pull data into Excel for analysis. The roadblock that these users encounter is, “Which tables and which fields do I need?” This question can be so overwhelming that some users give up. What most users don’t realize is that Sage gives us the tool we need to determine the right tables and fields to use. That tool is installed with Sage 300 (formerly known as Accpac) and is readily available — if you just know where to look.