When you originally implemented Sage 100 ERP, you probably made some important decisions about your chart of account structure, account segments, and other aspects of accounting and reporting.
But what happens if your tracking and reporting needs change over time? That's where User-Defined Fields (UDFs) can help. Let's take a look.
What is a User-Defined Field?
User-defined fields can be added to any table in the Sage 100 ERP database. As the name suggests, these custom fields are defined and created by the user (that's you!) and allow you to store and track additional transaction detail that may not be provided as a standard field in Sage 100.
Successful companies are increasingly using tools like Sage CRM to develop and manage customer relationships. But if you only focus on your own internal CRM data, you could be missing opportunities online. Nowadays, more consumers are using social media to research products, ask questions, and solicit recommendations from their social networks.
So we want to introduce you to the concept of Social CRM. This concept is the combining of social media conversations with your in-house CRM data to help uncover new opportunities.
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