Sage X3 Version 12 was released earlier this year featuring a slick new interface along with new capabilities in finance, distribution, manufacturing, and more. If you're running an older version of Sage X3, here are the top reasons to consider upgrading to Version 12.
No matter what part of Sage X3 software you use most often - Distribution, Manufacturing, Project Management or Accounting - the user interface (UI) is something that’s prevalent across the application. That’s why we want to take a closer look at the UI enhancements in Sage X3 Version 12.
Sage X3 Version 12 is now available, which introduces great new user interface improvements, as well as business-building features for finance, distribution, manufacturing, and project management. Let’s take a closer look at the details of this latest release.
In this article, we'll answer a question that so many Sage customers have asked ... does Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly known as Sage X3) have the features and capability to comply with the Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) Act?
Recently, we saw the launch of Sage eCommerce for Sage 300cloud (formerly "Sage 300c") and Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly "Sage X3"). Sage eCommerce represents the latest connected service added to the collection of cloud-based applications that work hand-in-hand with your core ERP system. Here's a closer look at what this new integrated eCommerce platform brings to the table.
A recent release of Sage X3 improved efficiency of the financial management process by automatically generating the transaction matching open items or unbalanced operations when importing bank statements (MT940). In this article, we’ll take a closer look at this new functionality that is available as of Sage X3 Version 11.
Most companies won’t quite be ready to close the books before starting to post new transactions in 2018. That’s where the Year End Simulation feature in Sage X3 can come in handy.
It's used in cases where the previous fiscal year must remain open for a period of time into the new year. Performing a year-end simulation will roll forward the ending balances for the Balance Sheet accounts without creating the closing journal entries or permanently closing the Fiscal Year.
By simulating the close, monthly statements will include the correct opening balances until the previous Fiscal Year is ready to be closed and retained earnings calculated.
With the release of Sage X3 Version 11, a new Production Scheduler was introduced in the product, replacing the previous feature called Manufacturing Scheduler or Gantt module. In this article, we’ll take a look at this new planning and scheduling component of Sage X3.
Solutions That Extend Your Core ERP System
The release of Sage X3 Version 11 earlier this year introduced a handful of new integrated add-on solutions that extend the core functionality of Sage X3. In this article, we’ll look at a couple of these complementary solutions that provide advanced features for warehouse management (WMS), E-commerce, and construction.
A Summary of the Best New Features in Version 11
Sage X3 Version 11 has been released and it’s packed with some great new functionality including a new project management module, production scheduler in manufacturing, financial management enhancements, and new options for industry-specific complementary solutions and connected apps.
Let’s take a closer look at the best new features.