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Sage 100 vs Sage 50

Sage 100 vs Sage 50 - What are the advantages is Sage 100 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)? It is an established business management software tool. More than that it has available a suite of integrated applications that your company can use to collect, store, manage and interpret data from many business activities, including:

  • Job Costing difference
  • Inventory management
  • Payroll

We can help you understand the Pro's and Con's of Sage 100 and Sage 50. Call to Schedule your demonstration and how they can  help with distribution, manufacturing and service based small businesses? In addition to Sage 100 ERP there are other tightly integrated modules available that can assist in providing features to support manufacturing, field service management and delivery.

Sage CRM is available if you have sales and marketing processes that need to use the same information as your back end accounting software. Today included with Sage 100 is a state of art business intelligence reporting tool. All these application tool sets work using a common set of data files to make your life easier because you only maintain your information in one set of files.

Sage 100 ERP in and of itself provides an integrated view of core business processes, often in real-time, using this common database concept. Sage 100 ERP tracks business resources—cash, raw materials, production capacity and the status of business commitments, sales orders, purchase orders, inventory requirements and payroll all the while creating your company financials silently in the background. All the applications that make up your complete system share data across the various departments (manufacturing, purchasing, sales, accounting, etc.) and provide data for and easy to use business intelligence reporting tool referred to as Sage Intelligence. ERP facilitates information flow between all business functions, and manages connections to outside stakeholders.

The Sage 100 ERP system is considered a vital organizational tool because it integrates varied organizational systems and facilitates error-free transactions and production. If you’re current accounting software system is struggling to keep up with your business demands and you know you have outgrown its capabilities.

Sage 50 is very easy to use and easy to make corrections. It has simple inventory management capabilities and a really nice job costing component system include with Sage 50 Quantum.

"Interest in implementing a new or replacement ERP software system usually starts with a need to address some operational difficulties—trouble in meeting production schedules, too much inventory, high costs, inability to meet competitor‘s moves, shortcomings of the current system, or sometimes just a general desire to improve performance.

Once this interest is recognized, a project team is established to set a budget, select a system, and put together an ROI justification. ERP requires a huge amount of planning, co-ordination and support to reap the promised benefits. For instance, at the heart of any ERP system is information – if the information is entered incorrectly, the ERP system cannot deliver benefits. ERP is also about process – if employees in an organization resist the best practices in the process as underlined by the ERP, they will resist using the software, eventually resulting in poor ROI.

 As implementation of ERP changes the way people work, top management has to be proactive in explaining the reasons for, and how the organization as a whole will benefit from the implementation. A proper change management initiative can lower the potential risk of an ERP implementation, through a comprehensive communication and training process. To reap the full benefits of ERP, organizations need to partner with competent, proven service providers, with the technical and functional experience and expertise to ensure successful implementation."


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