With year-end fast approaching several firms have contacted me to inquire whether I know of any consultants looking for work. Most of these positions are either on-site or remote.
SAGE 100 CONSULTANT WANTED - Full Time/Part Time - Remote or On-site – K&R Consulting Group seeks a Sage 100 consultant with at least 3 years of hands-on experience. Desired skills include Excellent Communication and Organization Abilities, Custom Office, Crystal Reports, Sage Intelligence and experience with 3rd party integrations such as Starship, Scanco, ScanForce, Avalara, etc. Ability to work independently and manage project deadlines.
Please email email@example.com or call 515-223-9308 for further details.
General Journal Entry posts to closed period if created but not posted prior to running Period End Processing.
Period End Processing in GL does not stop you when General Journal Entry or Transaction Journal Entry have existing entries in process like it does for DTR or other modules.
SAGE 100 TECHNICAL
Work Order 2022 Must Wait To Migrate to Production Management 2023
This is an issue which likely doesn't impact too many users. If you have submitted a request to Sage for a copy of Work Order which is compatible with Sage 100 2022 ( only available by special request and to those with specific requirements ) then you won't be able to subsequently upgrade Work Order 2022 to Production Management 2022.
Instead, according to Sage, you'll need to wait for Sage 100 2023 before you can migrate your Work Order v2022 to Production Management 2023. This only impacts the small pool of users who might be on Work Order 2022. All prior versions of Work Order do offer migration to Production Management 2022.
Expedite Fulfillment With Picking & Shipping Workflows That Work for You
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Whether you want to stage orders before shipment or pick and ship in a one-step process, ScanForce users have options. In this 30-minute webinar, we'll cover the various picking and shipping methods available and popular efficiency enhancements that help you get your inventory out the door faster and more accurately.
If you're a payroll user who is curious about what changes Sage published for their payroll tax tables then you may want to review this list. These changes largely take effect 1-1-2023 and some of the changes list additional steps which may be needed.
Sage released an updated chart showing versions of Sage 100 compatible with an upcoming change at Sage.
Beginning in October 2023, Sage License Servers ( SLS ) will no longer accept communication using the less secure TLS 1.0 and 1.1 protocols. This means if your Sage 100 version is not at least one of those listed below you'll want to upgrade before October 2023.
After October 2023 if your Sage 100 ( subscription ) is not at one of the supported versions shown below your data may go into a read-only mode once your systems fails to login to SLS.
My suggestion is you set a goal to stay within 2 versions of the current release which is Sage 100 2022.
The Future of Sage 100 is Cloud ( Lunch bites interview of Wayne Schulz)
Sage 100 in the cloud is a great option if you're requiring the power and productivity of traditional desktop management software, with the autonomy and security of the cloud. This edition of Lunch Bites showcases Wayne Schulz of Schulz Consulting and the author of the newsletter Schulz Says. He shares his observations of cloud benefits and the advancement of payments. Watch Here.
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