Following my previous blog about creating AR aging reports using PowerPivot in Excel, I’d like to cover AP (Accounts Payable) in this blog.
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CodePartners recently developed an application for Sage ERP Accpac that allows you to manage user authorizations in multiple Accpac companies from one centralized location. The applicaiton shows all the companies defined in Sage ERP Accpac, along with activated modules, and allows selecting the Accpac Security Group to be assigned to the user for each module in each company. When the changes are saved, the application updates all Accpac companies respectively.
Sage ERP Accpac (soon to be called Sage 300 ERP) is not for everyone. I know this sounds crazy coming from a company who believes in the product (otherwise we wouldn't have worked with the product for 20+ years...!), but it is true. Some companies are just too small for the breadth of Sage ERP Accpac and some large companies need an enterprise level solution like SAP. For many mid-market companies though, Sage ERP Accpac is precisely what they need. Here are five reasons we believe mid-market companies should choose Sage ERP Accpac (Sage 300 ERP):
Important updates to tax withholding and magnetic media changes will be required for some states, along with a new federal Form 941 that will affect some businesses. Sage incorporated these changes into the Sage ERP Accpac March 31, 2011 updates, which will be available to download as of March 24, 2011. The following versions will be available:
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In 2010, much stricter rules for credit card processing came into effect called PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards). One key aspect of PCI DSS is that any application that handles credit card numbers must be PCI DSS certified. Sage developed a new PCI DSS compliant service called Sage Exchange. The key point of this inegration is that Sage's payment solution will be the only application that handles the credit card numbers; Sage Accpac never touches them. Consequently, Sage Accpac will not need to be PCI DSS certified; only Sage Exchange does (and it has been). There are other compliance regulations that companies need to adhere to, but these handle the parts to do with the credit card processing software.