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April 1 is commonly known as April Fool’s Day. It’s also the date when Amazon started collecting sales tax in four more states — Maine, New Mexico, Hawaii and Idaho —bringing the total to 45 states and the District of Columbia.   Amazon is no fool and sales tax nexus is no joke. States are tired of losing revenue from tax-free remote...

Something you may have not known about CRM is that it offers benefits to everyone and every department within your company. CRM allows people in your organization to work out of the same database at the same time using the same current data. At first this might sound disorganized but in reality it could not make your organization more organized. Take some time...

Business Intelligence (BI) is a powerful and easy-to-use variety of tools that, because of its benefits and features, has become mainstream within the world of business reporting and decision making. The importance and need for BI has been growing especially within today’s economy where opportunities need to be even more strategically planned. BI should become a significant part of your Sage...

When you are thinking about moving an existing business solution or deploying a new one in the cloud, feeling confident in your decision is critical.  One of the best ways to build confidence in your ERP or CRM cloud deployment is to develop trust and confidence in the partner that is taking you there. Based on the recommendations of experts at...

With the introduction of Custom Office and resulting feature set near the end of the version 3.X life cycle, Sage provided a method to fine tune the functions of Sage 100 to more closely match requirements. Originally an optional purchase, Sage realized the intrinsic value and has made Custom Office an included feature on system purchases of five users or higher....

        Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is the process of electronically exchanging business documents and data between companies. In a nutshell, EDI technology is an electronic conversation between two business systems of companies called ‘tradingpartners.’ EDI technology makes sure that the data that is being traded is structured and standardized for a smoother communication between trading partners.   Many government agencies, both large and...

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