Recently released and currently available for download, Sage HRMS 2014 includes over 50 software improvements suggested through the customer feedback portal online. Let's take a look at what the newest version of this market-leading HR and payroll software has to offer.
Announcing Lower Flat Fee Setup Cost
We're excited to anounce a new, lower setup fee for Sage Inventory Advisor which is now a flat $ 2,250- regardless whether you're tracking 5 or 500,000 items.
The setup fee for Sage Inventory Advisor previously ranged from $ 2,000 to $ 9,000, depending on the number of SKULs (Stock Keeping Units by Location). As you can see, the new flat fee is on the low end of that range!
Take advantage of this opportunity to optimize inventory levels, reduce stock-outs, lower carrying cost, and improve fill rates with Sage Inventory Advisor.
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Last installment of how well do you know your business terms. I hope you had fun testing your knowledge!!
Continued installment of testing your knowledge of common business/accounting terms.
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The largest gathering of the year for Sage customers and business partners, the Sage Summit annual conference offers one-of-a-kind learning sessions, networking opportunities, expert guidance, and tips that will help you master your Sage 100 ERP software.
Sage Summit 2013 will be hosted in Washington, D.C. with customer events running from Tuesday July 23rd to Friday July 26th. Go online to learn more about the location, agenda, and some seriously fun activities planned this year!
12 Tips Every Business Should Know
With thousand of rate, rule, and boundary changes every year and an epic legal debate over e-commerce taxation, sales tax has never been more complicated. Unfortunately, this trend will only continue to get worse, as cash-strapped states rely heavily on sales tax audits as a way to make up for their revenue shortfalls.
While the outlook can be daunting, Avalara (makers of Sage 100 ERP Sales Tax) has compiled a list of 12 things that every business should know when it comes to sales tax compliance. Here's a peek at a few of the top tips.
A company can develop hundreds of procedures, but they are completely useless if employees do not follow them. It is difficult to enforce the use of procedures in environments where procedures are updated in a half hazard manner. The following are some examples of positive and negative reinforcement methods in dealing with employees regarding established procedures.
The following points can be used in any sequence in the procedure, however they frequently are in the following order in a procedure.
* Procedure header block- Block of information at the beginning of each procedure that identifies it. It may include a Title, Identification number, Version number and a release date.
* Procedure summary- A brief description of the procedure and why it is used.
* Procedure steps- Description of the actions to be taken to complete each procedure step.
* Responsible party- The persons responsible for completing each indicated step.
* Control issues- Control issues that an employee should be aware of in regards to the procedure.
* Cross references- Similar procedures (if any) listed with any unique identification numbers assigned to them.
* Forms- Any forms used in a procedure.
* Reports- Any reports used in a procedure.
* Flowchart- Flowcharts are extremely useful for giving a visual representation of how a procedure is supposed to operate.
NEXT BLOG: ONCE PROCEDURES ARE IN PLACE HOW DO I ENFORCE THEM?
A company can have several dozen to several hundred procedures, the key is to produce procedures in a similar manner and issued in the same format in order to reduce any confusion amount employees.
The following steps show the sequence of events needed to construct a new procedure.
1. Determine need- The most important question is whether the procedure is needed at all. There are many situations where a new procedure is not necessary or cost-effective. You might consider getting approval from the controller or CFO before spending the time on a new procedure.
2. Define boundaries- Determine where the procedure documentation is to start and stop, it is possible only a portion of the process need the procedure.