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Sage 100 ERP (formerly MAS 90/200) Purchasing Management

Streamline Your Entire Purchasing Process from Order to Delivery

Purchasing Management for distributors creates detailed, accurate records of every purchase, including quantities, price, order placement, and special shipping instructions.

Monday, January 7, 2013/Author: Mark Fernandez/Number of views (3718)/Comments (0)/

Statement of Direction GP

Where is GP headed?

One of the most common questions Microsoft receives from partners involves the direction of Microsoft Dynamics GP and how we can best communicate the strategy and roadmap to prospects and existing customers. The Microsoft Dynamics GP Statement of Direction has been revised as of May 2012 and updated with the most current plans for the product. The statement includes information about both Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2 and the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013.


Friday, January 4, 2013/Author: Jennifer Levy/Number of views (3854)/Comments (0)/

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Is Now Available

Released in December, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 is a quick to implement, easy to use business solution for small and midsize businesses.

Friday, December 21, 2012/Author: Mark Fernandez/Number of views (4869)/Comments (0)/

New Sage 100 ERP 2013 Improves Usability and Reduces Cost of Processing Payments

Visual Process Flows accelerate task completion, and Sage Exchange integration reduces time to process sales orders.

Sage announced today the availability of Sage 100 ERP 2013, offering new cloud services and usability features to effectively manage and grow a business. Sage 100 ERP is a comprehensive business management suite for mid-sized and smaller distributors and manufacturers looking to streamline operations in a cost-effective, accessible and secure way.
Monday, December 17, 2012/Author: Mark Fernandez/Number of views (3715)/Comments (0)/

Surface RT Tablets Arriving in Non-Microsoft Retail Outlets

Microsoft is expanding its retail distribution of Surface Tablets to Staples, Best Buy, and possibly Walmart stores, which will give consumers more accessibility to the tablets, as well as boost the moderate initial sales.

Thursday, December 13, 2012/Author: Mark Fernandez/Number of views (3194)/Comments (0)/