The latest Sage Business Cloud Financials has been released last week with several UX changes and additional features to make your experience simpler and faster through the interface. We have compiled a few of those features to give you an idea of the improvements in your Sage Financials org.
The terms "business intelligence" has grown in popularity in the past few years. The use of dashboards and intelligent tools that allows you to see your data in the way you want to see it has become more crucial than ever before. Why? To put it simply, having the right data, at the right time will allow you to take the right decisions. Any company needs to be able to extract the information saved into the ERP and be able to analyse it and measure how well the company is doing. Sage Enterprise Intelligence (SEI) offers users with an incredibly powerful but user-friendly platform which can give you your own data, to the granularity you need and in the way you want to see.
The hardwork and effort of the team has been rewarded as WMSSoft takes home two awards from the Sage Partner Awards this year. WMSSoft wins the "Highest Revenue % Growth for Sage 300" as well as the "Above & Beyond" awards for going out of its way to provide the best possible solutions and services to its clients.
Sage Enterprise Management (formerly Sage X3) comes with a powerful Project Job Management (PJM) module which applies processes, methods, knowledge and skills to achieve the objectives of your projects. Fully integrated with the other modules within Sage EM including financials, invoicing, purchasing, manufacturing or CRM, the PJM module provides you with a greater visibility and control over your projects and save you time while improving your efficiency.
The cloud is getting more and more attention nowadays and there are still various heated debates about whether cloud solutions are really better than on-premise ones. We recognise that both solutions have their pros and cons and always agree that the choice between an on-premise or on-cloud infrastructure depends on the business requirements, so we cannot say that a cloud approach is ideal for all businesses. We however compiled a series of reasons below that explains some of the benefits of cloud servers which are often overlooked or misunderstood.
Smaller Businesses often overlook the importance of having a good budget and forecast and only rarely think about forecasting their cashflow. WMSSoft have just implemented another site using Sage Intelligence to simplify and leverage the enormous wealth of financial information that already exist within their ERP to facilitate insight of their financial status, and view a window into the company's future.
It is safe to say that no business can survive long enough without cash to meet its immediate needs. Cash flow is of vital importance to the health of a business. Forecasting future cash receipts and disbursements is the key to cash flow management. As part of our financial analytics services, we help businesses develop their cash flow schedules by estimating cash outflows and inflows for certain intervals (e.g. monthly). A cash flow schedule aids management to identify whether borrowing is necessary and when it is necessary or when excess cash should be reinvested.
Much effort is being invested into Sage 300cloud, the new agnostic user experience allowing you to access your data and reports from any web browser, anywhere and anytime. A new release this month has included more screens and more features, making it more user-friendly than ever. Below is a list of frequently asked questions regarding the implementation of the new Sage 300cloud for both new and existing users.
The second product update of Sage 300 2017 was released a few weeks ago and is packed with new features especially for the web screens, this includes the availability of the OE Shipment and OE Invoice screens and a great change to the existing item finder throughout the system. Here is a list of the new things available to Sage 300c from the latest 2017.2 release.
The ultimate goal of any company at the end of the day is to be profitable. Therefore, it pays off to trace and track the factors that contribute to the bottom line of your business (as discussed previously). There is no "one size fits all" approach as each business faces different circumstances that affect their company’s financial performance in a unique way. Nevertheless, below are a few common examples of financial performance analysis we provide as part of our financial analytics tools and services.
Most mid-tier ERP solutions would provide you with the facility to enter multiple set of budgets against your financial accounts. It is a simple but powerful tool that allows you to make quantitative projection of your expenditures, revenues and financial position. Comparing your current financial progress with the budget gives a timely indication on your potential issues and opportunities. Our financial analytics tools (as discussed in my previous post) offer a more advanced and sophisticated way of handling your budgets and forecasts and works directly with the budget features in Sage 300.
We live in a data-driven world that is more competitive than ever. It has become imperative for businesses to be in control of their financials and ultimately, the bottom line. Unfortunately, businesses often do not have access to the information they require to put them on top of their game. With the right mix of financial expertise and in-depth product knowledge, WMSSoft assists businesses to strengthen their financial reporting and enhance their bottom line. WMSSoft provides financial analytics with that goal in mind and recognizes the value hidden within your data that has the potential of making a difference.
The Sage Summit 2017 took place earlier this month in Melbourne. The summit was the perfect opportunity to review what Sage has achieved throughout the year and at the same time getting more insight on what Sage is planning to do and offer over the next few years. The Sage Summit was a unique chance to connect to the Sage experts, the partners and the third-party add-ons that are available for the growth of your business.
We have previously seen how Sage CRM can manage your sales pipelines and your sales forecasts (read more). Sage CRM is filled with features allowing you to be in control of all the activities between you and your customers and prospects. But did you know that Sage CRM is designed to be customised and molded into the perfect customer relations tool for your business model.
Sage CRM is a highly customisable CRM solution designed to suit the needs of small to medium organisations at its core. It offers a cloud-based solution coupled with a modern web interface which can get you started within minutes, allowing you to access your CRM database at any time, anywhere in the world. Sage CRM provides efficient and effective tools that can be immediately utilised to unlock your business growth potential by reinforcing your sales pipelines.
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