Sage 100c Migration At a Glance
- Change Your License - you’ll need to change your current Sage 100 perpetual license (classic) to a Sage 100c subscription license.
- Check Your Version - your current Sage 100 Classic installation needs to be version 2016 or higher. If you’re running an older version, perform an upgrade before applying your new Sage 100c license keys.
- Apply Your New License Keys - the new license keys provided by Sage (in Step 1) will unlock all the new features and modernized interface of Sage 100c.
Within hours of installing the new license keys, you’ll be up and running. It’s as simple as that.
What Do You Get?
Modernization - modernized interface and desktop that’s easier to use and highly customizable.
Advanced Inventory - more advanced features for inventory like Sage Inventory Advisor Basics and Multi-bin management.
Manufacturing - a full-featured advanced job management suite for manufacturers.
Process Automation - streamline core accounting functions with features for AP Automation and electronic invoice (eInvoicing).
Perhaps the most important thing to note is that going forward, Sage 100c will likely receive most of the attention and development effort from Sage in terms of adding new features, connecting with external applications, and continued modernization of the technology and interface.
See Also: A Closer Look at Sage 100c (FAQs)
Should You Migrate to Sage 100c?
But if you want access to more advanced features for reporting, inventory management, manufacturing, process automation, and an overall modern interface, a migration to Sage 100c might be worth considering.
Get in touch wit your Sage Authorized Partner. If you don't currently have a partner you're working with, click the "Find a Sage 100 Reseller" button below to find one in your area that can help.