Sage 300 ERP (formerly Sage ERP Accpac) is available as both an on-premise and online solution. This flexible architecture helps a company’s collaboration, mobility, as well as driving performance efficiency through real-time business intelligence and analytics. You can choose the technology and applications that suit your business best, delivering the low TCO and competitive investment protection all businesses want and need.
Sage 300 ERP was built especially for small and mid-sized businesses that require comprehensive compliance capabilities and strong financial accountability. As a highly adaptable solution, it evolves and changes in response to the altering conditions of your company, supporting growth, which allows you to prosper in a more and more global business environment.
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Traditional ERP solutions deliver an automation platform that connects business areas such as accounting, manufacturing, warehouse, and distribution. These days, ERP solutions have developed to include marketing, sales, business analytics, and customer service, using real-time KPI dashboards and business intelligence. Sage 300 ERP (formerly Sage ERP Accpac) provides both types of platforms, allowing you to securely connect business processes from every functional area of your company in real-time.
Sage 300 ERP lets you add users and increase functionality, easily modified using modular components, without worrying about the disruption and expense of altering your business management system. Sage 300 ERP’s built-in multi-language and currency support also enables your business to function on a global level.
About Sage North America
Sage North America is the North American company of UK-based The Sage Group plc, the leading global supplier of business management software and services. For 40 years, Sage North America has delivered easy-to-use, scalable, and customizable software for accounting, customer relationship management, human resources, merchant services, time tracking, and the specialized needs of the construction, distribution, manufacturing, nonprofit, and real estate industries.
Sage North American’s parent company, The Sage Group plc., reaches a global client base numbering more than 6 million SMB customer worldwide. It serves these businesses through more than 12,300 employees in operations in North America, the UK, France, Germany, India, Ireland, the Middle East, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, South Africa, Australia, and Southeast Asia.
High security features, such as encrypted credit card info in some modules.
Robust multi-language and currency features.
Comprehensive tax features.
Supports different platforms, making the integration process easier.
Well-reviewed customer support center.
The price tag can be pretty hefty, but they do offer discounts for long term projects.
Ease of use is not very high, so training is required before implementation and deployment.
Though 300 covers many functions, it’s often an overwhelming amount.
Sage 300 ERP software easily supports differing company platforms, so it can be tailored to meet your operation specific and industry specific needs. Sage 300 ERP also gives you the flexibility and scalability necessary to grow and expand as your business needs grow and expand. Sage is also well known for having extremely helpful and comprehensive customer support, which makes up for the slight learning curve in adapting to their software.
Focus Experts’ Briefing: ERP in the Age of Mobility White Paper provided by Sage Managing massive volumes of information requires time and resources—two luxuries that most lean-and-mean businesses simply don’t have enough of today. A cost-efficient solution to this challenge is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system that allows you to integrate all your management processes into a single, coherent information system.
A Guide to Hybrid ERP Solutions White Paper provided by Sage When evaluating ERP systems for purchase, one important criterion lies in whether customers are looking for an on-premise ERP solution, a cloud-based ERP system, or a hybrid combination of the two.
Solving Real Business Issues During the ERP Selection Process White Paper provided by Sage The search for the right Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) provider can be stressful, particularly when both the buyer and the vendor get stuck in the features or technical requirements and forget about the bigger picture—what the main business issues are that you actually trying to solve and whether this new investment will actually help you resolve these specific challenges.