In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the Sage X3 Web Scheduler – a web-based solution for planning and production. With a focus on automatic scheduling, Web Scheduler also allows manual editing to fine-tune and take total control over your production plan. Let’s dive in.
Sage X3 Version 12, released earlier this year, introduced Electronic Signature and Journal Traceability that improve the safety and integrity of your sales transactions and journal entries. Here’s a closer look at these two new security and compliance features.
Freedom of Choice: Cloud or On-Premise
Concurrent with the release of Product Update 8, Sage also announced the launch of Sage X3 Cloud. This Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) version of Sage X3 runs entirely online on Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure.
Here’s a closer look at this new cloud deployment option for Sage X3.
Sage recently announced the launch of Sage X3 Product Update 8. This latest version includes a collection of enhancements to several key areas of the product including Financial Management, Sales Management, Manufacturing, Inventory, and Purchasing. Let’s take a closer look.
ERP Features Designed On An International Scale
Globalization is more than just a buzzword. With today’s technology, even the smallest ‘mom and pop’ shop can sell their products all over the world. But sometimes, it’s the operational hurdles (not geographic borders) that prevent companies from going global. So here’s a look at some of the built-in features of Sage ERP X3 that are designed for international business.
Why It's Important to Your Sage ERP System
Recently, there has been a lot of talk about Sage Data Cloud and the important role that it plays in Sage’s mobile and cloud technology vision. So we thought we'd take a closer look to help you understand what Sage Data Cloud means for your Sage ERP system - today and into the future.
You may have noticed that everything related to the release of Sage ERP X3 Version 7 – brochures, videos, press releases - embrace a recurring theme and core message:
Companies with better and more accessible data grow faster, generate more revenue, and get more work done ... efficiently.
That’s why many of the top new features in Version 7 emphasize mobility and data access - because business no longer happens just in the office or only during office hours. So let’s take a look at new web and mobile technology of Sage ERP X3 that makes your ERP data easier to access and use.
Sage ERP X3 is now integrated with Sage Fixed Assets. If your company requires more than just the basic fixed asset functions that are built into Sage ERP X3, then the advanced capabilities you get when adding Sage Fixed Assets might be worth a look.
Here's what you need to know about advanced fixed asset tracking for Sage ERP X3.
Recent articles and survey results posted online suggest that CRM software has become a top priority for businesses in 2014. So in this article, we’re going to focus on the CRM functionality that’s available in Sage ERP X3. Because some customers have been using Sage X3 for a long time but never even knew these CRM features - or hidden gems - were right at their fingertips all along.
In this blog we’re going to take a look at the different options that allow you find useful Sage 100 ERP, Sage 300 ERP, Sage 500 ERP and Sage ERP X3 product information using the help system. Each Sage product contains a vast amount of built-in information designed to help you navigate the system and answer most questions right from within the software.
Because Sage no longer ships product manuals it’s important to know where to go whenever you run into a snag. So let’s take a closer look at using the built-in Sage ERP Help System.
Sales Tax Compliance Made Easy
Sales tax management and compliance is a tedious activity that’s a burden to many businesses. Companies that are calculating sales tax manually are wasting valuable time and resources on a process that’s complex and error-prone. So let’s explore the benefits of automating sales tax compliance with Sage Sales Tax for Sage ERP X3.
Batch processing in an ERP system refers to a method of transaction processing where your system collects data over a small period of time before processing and posting entries to your general ledger. Instead of processing each journal entry as it comes into your system, entries are "queued up" so that your ERP system can process them all at once.
Sage X3 makes it easy for you to enter and manage batches in your system. In this blog post, we'll show you how to use the batch entry function allowing you to enter multiple journal entries - which can be from different sources or locations - all prior to validation and posting.
Lets take a closer look ...
We recently saw the introduction of Sage Inventory Advisor - an affordable cloud-based application that is helping companies reduce excess inventory and working capital while eliminating stock-outs. Let's take a closer look at this unique new advanced inventory add-on solution now available for Sage 100, Sage 300, Sage 500, and Sage X3.
A recent release of Sage ERP X3 introduced new document management functionality designed to help you capture, monitor, and manage the flow of internal and external business documents. Let's take a closer look at electronic document management (EDM) and electronic document distribution (EDD) and how these new features can benefit your company.
With the release of Sage ERP X3 Version 6.5, we saw a couple of significant enhancements to Sage Intelligence Financial Reporting including the addition of Reporting Trees and new report distribution options. Let's take a look at how these new features will improve reporting in Sage ERP X3.