Payroll Tax Table Update Levels 4.50, 2013, 2014 and 2015
The following is a list of changes contained on the 2015Q1 Tax Table Update delivery as of 12/17/14. Released for 2015-Q1 dated 02/06/15
What is new in Sage MAS 90 and 200? Sage created a table to show you just some of the differences from version 4.0 to the current 4.4 version.
Sage is encouraging all customers to be current on their software. Being current helps companies to utilize the current operating systems like Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Server 2008. Current software will have updates and bug fixes available to customers on subscription. Updates and bug fixes keep customers from losing productivity by not forcing them to create workarounds and troubleshoot issues that are already fixed in the update. Sage's plan is to provide customers with plenty of notice to ensure that customers continue to run their business on a supported version and get the most value from their investment.
Sage will continue to support the StarShip Link (developed by Sage) for on-plan customers who are on currently supported versions of Sage ERP MAS 90 and 200, and StarShip Parcel version 10.1.1 and earlier (per the Sage ERP MAS 90 and 200 Supported Versions document).
This Issues Topics:
Outgrowing Your Software?
Re-implementation May Be The Answer
Have you been using Sage MAS 90 ERP for a long time? Have you wondered whether it is still the best solution for your business? If you've been using the software for a long time, chances are your organization has experienced growth and significant changes to business processes. The Sage MAS 90 implementation you have may no longer be supporting your efforts as well as it could.
F9: Financial Reporting And Analysis For Excel Power Users
Sage MAS 90 ERP includes powerful built-in financial reporting with FRx, but if you like using Microsoft Excel or need financial reports more frequently than once a month, F9 might be the tool for you.
Save the Economy-Spend Money
In the days before automobiles, a traveler along a remote and dusty trail in the desert Southwest came upon a deep well with a hand pump under the cover of an open shed. Near the pump handle was a bucket of water with a ladle in it. It was a hot day and the water looked mighty good.