BTerrell Group Blog

How to Print Check Signatures with PrintBoss in a Terminal Server Environment

Posted by Ganesh Balakrishnan on Thu, Sep 18, 2014

A common issue we see with clients is not being able to print signatures on their checks when they are using Sage 300 ERP in a terminal server environment.

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Tags: Sage 300 ERP

Resolving Windows Installer Coordinator on Terminal Server Issue

Posted by Kevin Yu on Thu, Sep 04, 2014

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Tags: Sage 300 ERP, sage hrms, Windows

Payroll Tax Update Now Available

Posted by Keith Karnes on Tue, Jul 08, 2014

The June 30, 2014 Payroll Tax Updates for Sage 300 ERP as well as the Sage HRMS Q214 Product Updates are now available. To download the Payroll Tax Update, login to support.na.sage.com and click on Sage 300 ERP downloads and updates or Sage HRMS downloads and updates, depending on your software. Click on Payroll Tax updates and choose the correct version of the update to download.

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Tags: Sage 300 ERP, payroll, update

Acting on KPIs Benefits Businesses in the Service Industry

Posted by Brian Terrell on Thu, May 08, 2014

The capabilities of software these days are endless, so it comes as no surprise that ERP publishers promote dashboards and “information at your fingertips” to business leaders. I believe recognizing successes and potential problems from the statistics helps me take action toward continuous improvement. The cost of not taking action pales in comparison to understanding and acting on the information you have.

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Tags: Sage 300 ERP, KPI, KPI service industry, service industry, KPIs

Can too much software customization be a bad thing?

Posted by Brian Terrell on Wed, Apr 02, 2014

Malcolm Gladwell’s books always make me think, and his excellent writing makes the thinking easy.  I’ve heard him criticized for tenuous and selective research.  However, doesn’t the way he raises the level of popular discussion and ultimate understanding of an issue go a long way to mitigate those concerns?  Regardless, Mr. Gladwell’s recent David and Goliath asserts that too much of a good thing, as represented graphically by the inverted u-curve, applies to areas we might not expect, such as smaller school class sizes, artistic marketplaces, and university choice, amongst others.  But, I wonder if the inverted u-curve also applies to software customization?

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Tags: Sage 300 ERP, Intacct