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Sage SalesLogix v7.5.2: An Overview
A couple of weeks ago, I viewed a webinar about Sage SalesLogix v7.5.2. I usually see a few webinars every month but I particularly liked this one. The presenter—Jason Askelson, Director of Professional Services—did a very good job at showing the highlights of the new release, providing a comparison between the previous version and the new one, giving an overview of the mobile version, and of how

how did sage stallone die  mobile version, and of how to ensure a successful upgrade and/or migration. Highlights of Version 7.5.2 Here are some of the options available in the new version: • unicode support for fields (multiple languages can be used in the same screen) • availability of updated technical documentation for the product • enhanced e-mail attachment handling • new Web client features for activities, calendaring, sales orders, and sales  libraries People attending the webinar were able to see screen shots Read More...

Sage ERP X3 Version 6: A Sneak Peek
We recently got a sneak peek of the new version of Sage ERP X3 that is scheduled to be released in October 2009. We were given a detailed demonstration of some of its core functional changes and advancements and we have summarized our findings differently. Gabriel Gheorghiu’s Take on Version 6<!--more-->There are features that are new to X3 and quite rare for an enterprise resource planning

how did sage stallone die  systems’ functions to identify how the process is setup with transactions and entities being linked together for the complete visual of the process. Organizations can build their business process in the process designer tool and customize without having to change the source code. Sage X3 Version 6 is compatible with Windows, Linux, Unix, SQL server, Oracle, client/server, or Web access regardless of what architecture design the organization currently has set up. Scalability/Integration/Web Power As the Read More...
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The Truth About Sage X3 ERP
You can use our patented online decision support engine* at TEC's ERP comparison reports web site to compare Sage x3 against two other ERP solutio...

how did sage stallone die  all three solutions on how well they fit your organization s special requirements. It s the fast, free, and easy way to discover the truth about Sage X3 ERP. Click here for your own custom Sage X3 ERP comparison now. * The Rolls Royce of decision-making tools —ZDNet   For assistance, please contact customer service. Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST. Phone: +1 514-954-3665, ext.367. Special Offer Files 2009 Read More...
Sage ERP and CRM Portfolio Update: Clarity at Last
Having developed an extraordinary customer experience (ECE) strategy—“Enrich, Connect, Grow”—Sage is firming up its enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) portfolios with a wealth of enhancements and by embracing the cloud. P.J. Jakovljevic, principal analyst at Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), sheds some light on their market positioning and future direction.

how did sage stallone die  Sage ERP and CRM Portfolio Update: Clarity at Last Sage ERP and CRM Portfolio Update: Clarity at Last P.J. Jakovljevic - May 12, 2011 Read Comments Technology Evaluation Centers ( TEC s) recent three-part blog series focused on the general sessions of Sage North America s Analyst Day in Boston in February 2011. At that winter event, Sage, nine years since its last analyst summit, took a gigantic step forward in clarifying its position in the market. Prior to the analyst day, during its Insights 2010 Read More...
Sage SMB Hiring Outlook Survey: Demand Matters
Sage recently announced the results of the Sage SMB Hiring Outlook Survey, which examined the hiring outlook of U.S. small and midsized businesses in 2013. The survey found that of the 973 businesses surveyed, 25 percent reported that they either have hired or will hire in 2013; 47 percent of businesses expect their staffing levels to remain the same in 2013, and 7 percent said they would decrease

how did sage stallone die  for their business growth. However, this survey indicates that while taxes and regulations are factors that influence hiring, the number-one driver is the demand for products and services or lack thereof. Uncertainty in Washington, the Affordable Care Act (ACA, and also known as “Obamacare”), the minimum wage increase, and other issues are secondary. Of those companies that have hired or are planning on hiring this year, 82 percent will staff with full-time employees, compared to 29 percent of which Read More...
How to Cut Costs in the Cloud
The success or failure of spend and savings initiatives depends largely on the purchasing processes and technology platforms that support them. To ensure success, organizations need to build a flexible foundation that can adapt to savings measures as needed. Discover five best practices for spend management, inspired by innovations in cloud computing, and learn how they can help your company save money.

how did sage stallone die  How to Cut Costs in the Cloud How to Cut Costs in the Cloud Source: Tippit Document Type: White Paper Description: The success or failure of spend and savings initiatives depends largely on the purchasing processes and technology platforms that support them. To ensure success, organizations need to build a flexible foundation that can adapt to savings measures as needed. Discover five best practices for spend management, inspired by innovations in cloud computing, and learn how they can help your company Read More...
How to Analyze Malware
Companies using traditional means cannot cost-effectively respond to daily threats. Analyzing such threats is cumbersome and time-consuming, involving multiple applications for code analysis, as well as a network of computers. Emerging threats cannot be addressed by the same human resources as in the past. Learn how those expert skills and knowledge have been transferred to a data security system with artificial intelligence.

how did sage stallone die  How to Analyze Malware How to Analyze Malware Source: Norman ASA Document Type: White Paper Description: Companies using traditional means cannot cost-effectively respond to daily threats. Analyzing such threats is cumbersome and time-consuming, involving multiple applications for code analysis, as well as a network of computers. Emerging threats cannot be addressed by the same human resources as in the past. Learn how those expert skills and knowledge have been transferred to a data security system with Read More...
Business Software Head-to-Head: Sage, Plex and Microsoft
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how did sage stallone die  here —and find out how all three rank based on your company s unique needs and functional requirements. It s fast, free—and you ll get the results immediately! Click below to start your custom comparison now! Start Your Comparison Sage ERP X3 Plex Online Special Offer Files 2012 For assistance, please contact customer service. Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM EST. Phone: +1 514-954-3665, ext.367. Special Offer Files 2012 Read More...
Shallow Ford Paves the Way with Sage Fixed Assets


how did sage stallone die  Shallow Ford Paves the Way with Sage Fixed Assets Shallow Ford Paves the Way with Sage Fixed Assets Source: Sage Document Type: Case Study Description: ... Shallow Ford Paves the Way with Sage Fixed Assets style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Asset Management Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   Sage Fixed Assets,   fixed asset management strategy Source: Sage Learn more about Sage Read More...
How Winners Trap Their Competition
Using the highest degree of professionalism and integrity, you can protect your value proposition from competitive attack by setting traps for the competition. By knowing the competition's actions, behavior, and practices, you can identify damaging behavior. After exploring the potential risks and rewards, you can then consider what might be done to snare the competition. Exposing the competition's deficiencies with this mousetrap model will not only spare your client the expense, disruption, and embarrassment of a poorly executed implementation, but it will increase your ability to effectively compete.

how did sage stallone die  How Winners Trap Their Competition How Winners Trap Their Competition Dave Stein - February 5, 2005 Read Comments How Winners Trap Their Competition Featured Author - Dave Stein Originally published - October 8, 2004 Introduction You can sell all the business value you want to all the real buyers, but if you aren t protecting your value proposition from competitive attack, your deal, your commission, and maybe even your job will be at risk. A mousetrap makes a great analogy when it comes to understanding Read More...
How To Mitigate Holiday Cybercrime
Shop.org, and the Boston Consulting Group, reported that sales during the 1998 holiday season grew by 230 percent. With today's tools, just about anyone can throw up a professional looking website, and make claims about tight security. How can you protect yourself from fly-by-night internet sites, and malicious cyber sleuths who are ready and waiting to "sniff your password and credit card information while transaction is in process? There no way to mitigate every single riskhowever common sense can do wonders helping eliminate e-tail dangers. It pays homework before shopping online.

how did sage stallone die  How To Mitigate Holiday Cybercrime How To Mitigate Holiday Cybercrime L. Taylor - November 1, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary IDC estimates that internet commerce will reach $220 billion by year 2000. During the December 1998 holiday season, FTC numbers indicate that holiday sales tripled. As on-line transactions continue to grow, so does Cyberfraud. Acknowledging the rise in cybercrime, Republican Senator Susan Collins (Maine) states, Law enforcement officials are quickly learning that almost any crime Read More...

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