Sage 100 2013 Releases this week!

We are very excited that Sage Software will release to all on plan customers the release for the Sage 100 (fka Sage ERP MAS 90 and MAS 200) 2013 product this week.  Many new features have been added to this but significant functionality comes to the program with the release of SDATA, a consistent, restful web protocol.  This provides the Sage 100 product suite to be fully integrated with Sage Connected Services including mobil applications for the iPad and Smart Phones.  This also provides for more powerful integration with E-Commerce websites.  

The new Visual Process Flow module allows you to give a picture view of your specific processes that you can customize easily.  Launch tasks from within the process flow screen with the click of your mouse.   

Here are a few other features we are excited about:
  • AP Invoice Number  has been expanded
  • Credit Card Processing within Sage Exchange gives you an on-line vault for storing credit cards and enables you to swipe the card in Sage 100(fka Sage MAS 90 and MAS200) and process approvals and payments within your software.
  • Designate Customers and Vendors as inactive
  • Streamline Bank Reconciliation by viewing relevant bank information in convenient places, such as cleared checks in AP Vendor Maintenance.
  • Align Multiple Companies or Divisions in a single Sage CRM database.
  • Process Sage 100 ERP quotes and orders in the familiar Sage CRM environment through Quick Order Entry screens without installing Sage 100 ERP on the workstation.
  • Sage Advisor allows for more streamline updates and adds a console for end user viewing.
Attend our Sage 2013 Preview webinar to see Sage 2013 in action and get a quick view of what it takes to upgrade to 2013 from your existing version of Sage 100 (fka Sage ERP MAS 90 and MAS 200)  You can register for this one hour webinar here:  Sage 2013 Preview.  

Posted in Sage 100 ERP How To, Sage MAS ERP New Features, What's New    Tagged with Sage 100 2013, Sage MAS90, Sage MAS 200


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