Returned from the festive break, refreshed and ready for the new challenges and objectives 2018 offers, after a little digital detox, i'm delighted to share this short update.
Here at Acuity we pay close attention to the trends in our customer base. We look closely at the nature of our support calls and the content of dialogue with both existing and prospective customers. Over the last few months reporting and analysis have been highly prominent – a trend we believe reflects the huge extent to which technology is part of our everyday lives and the fact that so many of our daily activities are data-driven.
The latest version of Sage 300 has now been launched in the UK and provides current users a great opportunity to upgrade to an Office 2016 and Windows 10 compatible version. The Sage 300 2016 release focuses on streamlined work flows and improved usability, bringing with it a number of enhancements notably the inclusion of mobile access with new modern web screens. Keep reading for more detail.
Topics: Sage 300
Recently Sage introduced a new character into its taxonomy which goes some way to making up for the removal of ERP from its product range (just my opinion). The character is ‘C’ and stands for connected; this is in the forthcoming release from Sage that applies to both Sage 100 and Sage 300 Product Lines.
As a champion of the Sage 300 team here at Acuity Solutions, I was present at the 2015 Sage Summit in New Orleans some weeks back to get to grips with Sage 300c.
Topics: Sage 300
The change in how we make and receive payments in our personal lives using tools such as online banking, Paypal and contactless technology has been reflected in the business environment as it becomes more of a necessity to transfer money instantly. In today’s world sending payment via cheque is no longer a viable option. It is time consuming, costly in stationary and postage whilst being outdated.
At Acuity we have seen a spike in Sage 300 customers