Sage 100 Barcode

Sage 100 Barcode Software

How to understand solutions for barcode for Sage 100

Sage 100 barcode

Sage 100 Barcode

Automate your business and reduce errors with Sage 100 Barcode Scanning

Sage 100 ERP barcode for warehouse automation is designed to improve inventory accuracy and warehouse efficiency, allowing your businesses to focus on your operations. Learn More

Streamline your Sage 100 picking and packing process

Work smarter not harder with more reliable information you can speed up your inventory and warehouse processes with the Sage 100 Barcode module with mobile scanner integration.

Real time inventory information

With reliable, real-time Sage 100 inventory data, you can make quicker more informed business decisions.

What is a Sage 100 Barcode?

Typically printed on a label to identify a Sage 100 inventory item. A barcode is a method of representing part numbers / SKU data in a visual, machine-readable form. Barcodes represent characters of data by varying the widths and spacings of parallel lines. These barcodes, now commonly referred to as linear or one-dimensional, can be scanned by special optical scanners, called barcode readers.

What are barcode readers?

A barcode reader (or barcode scanner) is an optical scanner that can read printed barcodes, decode the data contained in the barcode. These can be directly attached to a hardware device, a rugged handheld scanning device and today smart phones.

What are UPC codes?

UPC codes are also knows as bar codes, but are issued by a central authority for a fee, and are thus unique in all the world.  If you’re not selling through a retail chain, you don’t need them.

Why is a Sage 100 barcode different from a Sage 100 Point of Sale software?

This is where you get into the POS software:  UPC codes must be ‘mapped’ to an internal or external stock number.  The UPC code may be similar, completely different, or nonexistent, for any given SKU.

There’s no mapping system built into Sage 100.  There’s an internal item ID, a 52-character part code, and a description.  The part code is search-able, but only from the beginning of the code.  The description is searchable on any character.  There a 5, 100 character ‘user’ fields in which you can put any data you like, but you can’t access any of that data from any invoice data entry screen.

Some Sage 100 inventory item numbers may be set up with the UPC, like “123456789 Scooby Doo Lunch Box”, or may have descriptions that contain the UPC, like “Scooby Doo Lunch Box 123456789”.   Once that’s all set up, you can program your bar code reader for the appropriate number of [TAB] entries to get it to the right place on screen.

Sage 100 Scanners

If you use a directly attached scanner you can plug it in to your hardware and scan a few bar codes in the item maintenance window, while adding lines to a sales order or purchase order. Most Barcode “Wedge” scanners do not have to be configured.  They have computer chip in them that decodes just about any barcode they come across.  Some are programmable, so that when you pull the trigger and they pick up a valid bar code, they will send (for example) [enter] [tab] <the ascii text in the barcode> [tab] [tab] to the program being used.

There are many different formats of bar code.  One of the easiest ways to print barcodes, is to use a “3 of 9” font in Windows.  (sometimes called Code 39).  There’s no checksum to calculate and print, all you need to do is put an asterisk (*) character at the beginning and end of the text that you want to encode.  (Obviously, you can’t use the asterisk as part of any barcodes). Requires an asterisk at the beginning and end of the ASCII text.   It’s start / stop codes are easy to add (i.e. in Excel)

Most barcodes have a start / stop code, and / or a Checksum.  The start / stop code is how the bar code reader knows it just saw the whole barcode.  The Checksum is how the reader knows it saw it correctly. Code 39 uses only a start / stop code.   Code 128 uses both.

What is Sage 100 Barcode Code 39?

Code 39 is a variable length, discrete barcode symbology. Code 39 uses characters that are displayed in this example it’s “=Concatenate(“*”,A1,”*”).  The Code 39 specification defines 43 characters, consisting of uppercase letters, numeric digits and a number of special characters. An additional character is used for both start and stop delimiters.

Code 39 is a bit more prone to misreads, since there is no checksum.  (but still less prone to error than manually entering these item ID’s. If you are looking at using Code 39 AND picking up UPC-A codes then the part number will need to be the UPC number unless your scanner can interpret both.

More about Code 39 can be found:   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_39.

What is Sage 100 Barcode Code 128?

Code 128 is a high-density linear barcode symbology defined in ISO/IEC 15417:2007. It is used for alphanumeric or numeric-only barcodes. It can encode all 128 characters of ASCII and, by use of an extension symbol, the Latin-1 characters defined in ISO/IEC 8859-1.

Code 128 Requires a ‘Check Digit’ calculation included in the barcode. Also uses encoded start / stop codes that aren’t the same as each other. It is possible to have a scanner use UPC-A codes as long as the inventory item numbers are the UPC-A numbers unless your scanner can interpret both.

More about Code 128 can be found: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_128 .

Where do I get more information on fully integrated Sage 100 Barcode Scanner?

Sage 100 now offers mobile barcode scanning with Sage Mobility for Barcode. Fewer errors, process more transactions easier and run leaner operations. Sage 100 scanners use pre-existing barcodes or it can generate new ones for you. Plus, it’s completely integrated with Sage 100 and automatically fills fields with the correct information when barcodes are scanned.

Sage 100 Barcode scanning integrates seamlessly with Enhanced Pick, Pack, and Ship and true physical inventory counts or cycle counts. For more information about Sage 100 Scanners for Sage 100 visit www.jcscomputer.com Or give us a call 800.475.1047. Put our 30 years of Sage 100 experience to work for you. Sage Timeslips Support

QuickBooks Barcode

QuickBooks Barcode Software

How to understand solutions for barcode for QuickBooks

QuickBooks Barcode

QuickBooks BarCode

Automate your business and reduce errors with QuickBooks Barcode Scanning

UGHH errors – Incorrect QuickBooks unit counts, mismatched SKUs, and human errors can all be reduced by doing your receiving and picking with QuickBooks mobile barcode scanning. . Learn More

Make your picking and packing process faster

Using mobile barcode scanning, managers can effortlessly send orders electronically to pickers and packers on the floor.

More information you can get real-time data

With reliable, real-time inventory data, you can make better business decisions.

What is a QuickBooks Barcode?

Typically printed on a label to identify a QuickBooks inventory item. A barcode is a method of representing part numbers / SKU data in a visual, machine-readable form. Barcodes represent characters of data by varying the widths and spacings of parallel lines. These barcodes, now commonly referred to as linear or one-dimensional, can be scanned by special optical scanners, called barcode readers.

What are barcode readers?

A barcode reader (or barcode scanner) is an optical scanner that can read printed barcodes, decode the data contained in the barcode. These can be directly attached to a hardware device, a rugged handheld scanning device and today smart phones.

What are UPC codes?

UPC codes are also knows as bar codes, but are issued by a central authority for a fee, and are thus unique in all the world.  If you’re not selling through a retail chain, you don’t need them.

Why is a QuickBooks barcode different from a QuickBooks Point of Sale software?

This is where you get into the POS software:  UPC codes must be ‘mapped’ to an internal or external stock number.  The UPC code may be similar, completely different, or nonexistent, for any given SKU.

There’s no mapping system built into QuickBooks.  There’s an internal item ID, a 52-character part code, and a description.  The part code is search-able, but only from the beginning of the code.  The description is searchable on any character.  There a 5, 100 character ‘user’ fields in which you can put any data you like, but you can’t access any of that data from any invoice data entry screen.

Some QuickBooks inventory item numbers may be set up with the UPC, like “123456789 Scooby Doo Lunch Box”, or may have descriptions that contain the UPC, like “Scooby Doo Lunch Box 123456789”.   Once that’s all set up, you can program your bar code reader for the appropriate number of [TAB] entries to get it to the right place on screen.

QuickBooks Scanners

If you use a directly attached scanner you can plug it in to your hardware and scan a few bar codes in the item maintenance window, while adding lines to a sales order or purchase order. Most Barcode “Wedge” scanners do not have to be configured.  They have computer chip in them that decodes just about any barcode they come across.  Some are programmable, so that when you pull the trigger and they pick up a valid bar code, they will send (for example) [enter] [tab] <the ascii text in the barcode> [tab] [tab] to the program being used.

There are many different formats of bar code.  One of the easiest ways to print barcodes, is to use a “3 of 9” font in Windows.  (sometimes called Code 39).  There’s no checksum to calculate and print, all you need to do is put an asterisk (*) character at the beginning and end of the text that you want to encode.  (Obviously, you can’t use the asterisk as part of any barcodes). Requires an asterisk at the beginning and end of the ASCII text.   It’s start / stop codes are easy to add (i.e. in Excel)

Most barcodes have a start / stop code, and / or a Checksum.  The start / stop code is how the bar code reader knows it just saw the whole barcode.  The Checksum is how the reader knows it saw it correctly. Code 39 uses only a start / stop code.   Code 128 uses both.

What is QuickBooks Barcode Code 39?

Code 39 is a variable length, discrete barcode symbology. Code 39 uses characters that are displayed in this example it’s “=Concatenate(“*”,A1,”*”).  The Code 39 specification defines 43 characters, consisting of uppercase letters, numeric digits and a number of special characters. An additional character is used for both start and stop delimiters.

Code 39 is a bit more prone to misreads, since there is no checksum.  (but still less prone to error than manually entering these item ID’s. If you are looking at using Code 39 AND picking up UPC-A codes then the part number will need to be the UPC number unless your scanner can interpret both.

More about Code 39 can be found:   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_39.

What is QuickBooks Barcode Code 128?

Code 128 is a high-density linear barcode symbology defined in ISO/IEC 15417:2007. It is used for alphanumeric or numeric-only barcodes. It can encode all 128 characters of ASCII and, by use of an extension symbol, the Latin-1 characters defined in ISO/IEC 8859-1.

Code 128 Requires a ‘Check Digit’ calculation included in the barcode. Also uses encoded start / stop codes that aren’t the same as each other. It is possible to have a scanner use UPC-A codes as long as the inventory item numbers are the UPC-A numbers unless your scanner can interpret both.

More about Code 128 can be found: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_128 .

Where do I get more information on fully integrated QuickBooks Barcode Scanner?

Reduce errors, do more and run leaner operations. Incorrect unit counts, mismatched SKUs and improper cutoffs are just a few common inventory errors that cost companies millions in profits every year. Enterprise’s barcode inventory management helps solve this — and it’s mobile!

Advanced Inventory lets you incorporate pre-existing barcodes or it can generate new ones for you. Plus, it’s completely integrated with QuickBooks and automatically fills fields with the correct information when barcodes are scanned.

Streamline your order fulfillment and manage your warehouse processes using a single dashboard. Barcode scanning integrates seamlessly with Enhanced Pick, Pack, and Ship and our new Express Pick-Pack feature, which lets you combine the picking and packing roles to save even more time.

For more information about QuickBooks Scanners for QuickBooks visit www.jcscomputer.com

Or give us a call 800.475.1047. Put our 30 years of QuickBooks experience to work for you.

Sage 50 Barcode

Sage 50 Barcode

Understand using barcodes for Sage 50

Sage 50 Barcode

Sage 50 Barcode

“EzScanIt” has fully integrated barcode scanners for Sage 50. The functions include receiving Purchase orders, Shipping Sales orders, Physical Inventory counts and the ability to print barcode labels for any inventory item found in Sage 50. Learn More

What is a Sage 50 Barcode?

Typically printed on a label to identify a Sage 50 inventory item. A barcode is a method of representing part numbers / SKU data in a visual, machine-readable form. Barcodes represent characters of data by varying the widths and spacings of parallel lines. These barcodes, now commonly referred to as linear or one-dimensional, can be scanned by special optical scanners, called barcode readers.

What are barcode readers?

A barcode reader (or barcode scanner) is an optical scanner that can read printed barcodes, decode the data contained in the barcode. These can be directly attached to a hardware device, a rugged handheld scanning device and today smart phones.

What are UPC codes?

UPC codes are also knows as bar codes, but are issued by a central authority for a fee, and are thus unique in all the world.  If you’re not selling through a retail chain, you don’t need them.

Why is a barcode different from a POS software?

This is where you get into the POS software:  UPC codes must be ‘mapped’ to an internal or external stock number.  The UPC code may be similar, completely different, or nonexistent, for any given SKU.

There’s no mapping system built into Sage 50.  There’s an internal item ID, a 52-character part code, and a description.  The part code is search-able, but only from the beginning of the code.  The description is searchable on any character.  There a 5, 100 character ‘user’ fields in which you can put any data you like, but you can’t access any of that data from any invoice data entry screen.

Some Sage 50 inventory item numbers may be set up with the UPC, like “123456789 Scooby Doo Lunch Box”, or may have descriptions that contain the UPC, like “Scooby Doo Lunch Box 123456789”.   Once that’s all set up, you can program your bar code reader for the appropriate number of [TAB] entries to get it to the right place on screen.

Barcode Scanners

If you use a directly attached scanner you can plug it in to your hardware and scan a few bar codes in the item maintenance window, while adding lines to a sales order or purchase order. Most Barcode “Wedge” scanners do not have to be configured.  They have computer chip in them that decodes just about any barcode they come across.  Some are programmable, so that when you pull the trigger and they pick up a valid bar code, they will send (for example) [enter] [tab] <the ascii text in the barcode> [tab] [tab] to the program being used.

There are many different formats of bar code.  One of the easiest ways to print barcodes, is to use a “3 of 9” font in Windows.  (sometimes called Code 39).  There’s no checksum to calculate and print, all you need to do is put an asterisk (*) character at the beginning and end of the text that you want to encode.  (Obviously, you can’t use the asterisk as part of any barcodes). Requires an asterisk at the beginning and end of the ASCII text.   It’s start / stop codes are easy to add (i.e. in Excel)

Most barcodes have a start / stop code, and / or a Checksum.  The start / stop code is how the bar code reader knows it just saw the whole barcode.  The Checksum is how the reader knows it saw it correctly. Code 39 uses only a start / stop code.   Code 128 uses both.

What is Sage 50 Barcode Code 39?

Code 39 is a variable length, discrete barcode symbology. Code 39 uses characters that are displayed in this example it’s “=Concatenate(“*”,A1,”*”).  The Code 39 specification defines 43 characters, consisting of uppercase letters, numeric digits and a number of special characters. An additional character is used for both start and stop delimiters.

Code 39 is a bit more prone to misreads, since there is no checksum.  (but still less prone to error than manually entering these item ID’s. If you are looking at using Code 39 AND picking up UPC-A codes then the part number will need to be the UPC number unless your scanner can interpret both.

More about Code 39 can be found:   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_39. Sage 50 scanner

What is Sage 50 Barcode Code 128?

Code 128 is a high-density linear barcode symbology defined in ISO/IEC 15417:2007. It is used for alphanumeric or numeric-only barcodes. It can encode all 128 characters of ASCII and, by use of an extension symbol, the Latin-1 characters defined in ISO/IEC 8859-1.

Code 128 Requires a ‘Check Digit’ calculation included in the barcode. Also uses encoded start / stop codes that aren’t the same as each other. It is possible to have a scanner use UPC-A codes as long as the inventory item numbers are the UPC-A numbers unless your scanner can interpret both.

More about Code 128 can be found: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_128 . scanner sage 50

Where do I get more information on fully integrated Sage 50 Barcode Scanners?

EzScanIt can receiving your Sage 50 Purchase orders, Shipp your Sage 50 Sales orders, complete a  Physical Inventory count for all Sage 50 inventory items and can print barcode labels for any inventory item in your Sage 50 company. Learn More

 For more information about scanning Barcode Scanners for Sage 50 scanning visit www.jcscomputer.com Or give us a call for a free Sage 50 barcode demo 800.475.1047. Put our 30 years of Sage 50 experience to work for you. Sage Timeslips Training

Barcode Sage 50

Barcode Sage 50

EzScanIT Barcode for Sage 50 includes barcode labels. Easily print barcode labels for inventory items and more.

Barcode Sage 50 is the EzScanIt and has Shipping capabilities for Sage 50 Sales Orders, receiving for Sage 50 purchase orders, Along with physical inventory including variances and the ability to print Sage 50 inventory item labels and you can print Sage 50 inventory labels for one, multiple or all of your inventory items.

Search Faster, Better & Smarter using the add on for Sage 50 that includes a Barcode Scanner. Once you add your Sage 50 inventory items, customers and vendors you are ready to rock and roll. If you are a Sage 50 user this is a familiar process. As soon as you add sales orders and purchase orders they will transfer to the Motorola handheld device.

After a purchase is received the waiting on a bill purchase is sent to Sage 50 and after a sales order is shipped an UN-printed sales invoices is sent to Sage 50. These transactions will wait for you in Sage 50 until you are ready to convert them to a parables invoice or print your customer sales invoice.

The EzScanIt barcode label printing module can print most barcode label sizes. You can print multiple labels for a single item, print multiple item labels or you can print barcode labels for all your inventory items. Most of the time these can be customized to work with your existing labels using our specified Zebra printer.

We hope this helps you understand the Barcode EzScanIt Sage 50 label print program. For more information give us a call Accounting Business Solutions 800.475.1047 or visit www.jcscomputer.com. We look forward to speaking with you soon.

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Sage 50 Scanner

Sage 50 Scanner

Sage 50 Scanner is easy to start & easy to use. Time-Saving Sage 50 Barcode Scanning Solution For Small Businesses. Spend Less Time Capturing, Managing, & correcting your inventory data so you can get back to work. Give us a call for a Free discovery and demo.

Do you need Sage 50 Barcode labels? EzscanIT for Sage 50 can help you easily print barcode labels for inventory items and more.

EzScanIt includes:

The ability to ship existing Sage 50 sales orders and automatically record them as unprinted customer sales invoices.

You can receive Sage 50 purchase orders and have them recorded as Vendor ‘waiting on a bill’ purchases

During the physical inventory count take some or all of your items to a handheld device to easily automate your count process. Once the variance report is generated and reviewed inventory adjustments are sent to Sage 50. As a result, the Sage 50 quantity on hand will agree with the actual physical count.

Print Sage 50 barcode labels for one, multiple or all of your inventory items

If you are a Sage 50 user this is a familiar window showing the inventory item list. You simply launch a barcode label generator and define which items you want to print barcode labels for.

The EzScanIt barcode label printing module can print most barcode label sizes. You can print multiple labels for a single item, print multiple item labels or you can print barcode labels for all your inventory items.

We hope this helps you understand the EzScanIt Sage 50 barcode label print program. For more information give us a call Accounting Business Solutions 800.475.1047 or visit www.jcscomputer.com. We look forward to speaking with you soon.

 

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Sage 50 Job Cost

Sage 50 Job Cost

Sage 50 Job costing is all about tracking and accumulating the costs of a job so you know if you are making money. Good examples of who can use jobs to track expenses are construction, make to order machines, contractors who build or manufacturing a small batch of repetitive products. These expenses can include material, labor, outside services as well as other types of costs that are needed to complete your job.

Using Job Costing software, the right way can also help you make sure the entire job is invoiced during and towards the end of a project. Staying on budget is always at the top of the list during the progression of a job. In addition, you can calculate how much profit you made on a job. Using Sage 50 for this is very simple to do

Job Costing can give you the information you need to manage your jobs as they are in progress so you do not get surprised when the job is completed. Set up jobs, budgets and labor overhead. Track subcontractor insurance expiration dates and retainage along with change orders. Sage 50 Job Cost is easy to set up and easy to maintain. You can even report on certified payroll with a 3rd party add on. This is the punch list of topics we can help you understand how to use. Sage 50 Job Cost Support Training

How to set up Sage 50 Job Cost Default Information

  • Job Costing Defaults
  • Track Retainage and Burden
  • Categorize Costs by Phase and Cost Codes

How to set up Sage 50 Jobs

This is the order in which you need to add your base job information – found under maintain Jobs.

  1. Cost Codes – lowest level and can be used to break down phase codes
  2. Phase Codes – middle level and can be used to break down jobs
  3. Job numbers – the id by which you will identify your jobs

Sage 50 Jobs can also include the following information:

  • Job Start Date
  • Job End Date
  • Job Location
  • How to add phase codes estimated revenue / expenses
  • How to add cost codes estimated revenue / expenses
  • Add/Modify/Delete/Inactivate Jobs
  • Subcontractors Insurance and expiration dates
  • Create Job Estimates or Budgets
  • Change Job Numbers
  • Recording Job Activity
  • Track Change Orders with revenue and costs
  • Issue Inventory to a Job
  • Payroll Labor Hours from Payroll or Time Tickets
  • Record Overhead
  • Issue Purchase Orders to a Job
  • Record Direct Expenses to a Job

How to Bill Sage 50 Job Cost

Put our 25 years of Sage 50 Job Costing experience to work for you. Give us a call 800.475.1047 or visit www.jcscomputer.com

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Features Sage 50 2019

Features Sage 50 2019

These new features included tighter Microsoft integration and we can’t wait to share them with you. We can help you understand how to use all the new and advanced features. These improved features help you run a more efficient back office accounting department, speed up invoicing, cash flow and much more. Built in accounting best practices, intuitive navigation and robust features make this a must have for small business. There are already tens of thousands of other small businesses leveraging this software.

Microsoft Outlook Connection

New features include the ability to automatically sync Microsoft Outlook contacts and Sage 50cloud contacts saving you time. Access customer balance information, credit limits, contact details, and order history even when you are away from the office.

Sage 50 Cloud Backup

Make Sage 50 Cloud backup a part of your Disaster Recovery plan. You get security and peace of mind with automated data back-ups stored offsite, in the cloud. Using Sage 50 Cloud backup you will never be stuck again without a recent backup.

Microsoft Office Business Premium

This new bundle gives you the award winning Sage 50Cloud software and Microsoft Office Suite. Stay current with your versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more. This added benefit helps you effortlessly manage your technology platforms.One convent payment covers your core business solutions, your accounting package and your office suite.

Microsoft Office Business Premium and Sage 50Cloud

Sage 50cloud leverages the power of Microsoft Office 365 freeing up key data. Access your information from anywhere anytime along with a range of integrated apps. It integrates with Office 365 Business Premium and the full Microsoft Small Business Productivity Suite, saving you time and costs and boosting productivity. Easily manage your customer information, create a quote and convert them to sales orders and invoices with a simple click.

Accounts Payable Expense management

Keep your expenses organized and up to date. Record your purchases and expenses so you never miss a payment. You stay in control of your cash 24/7.

Sage 50 Dashboards

At-a-glance dashboards instantly lets you view available cash, receivables, expenses, inventory on hand, and so much more. The Dashboard tab view is customizable.  You can access the business performance dashboard and the Trends Forecast dashboard from the desktop and is only available for Sage 50 Quantum Accounting . Instantly take the pulse of you business in one convent place.

Payroll

Payroll must be accurate and on time, every time. Sage 50 payroll is affordable easy to setup and simple to use. Payroll can be added to the core Sage 50Cloud software for a twelve month period at any time. To make sure you stay compliant with your payroll taxes this service is renewed annually. It makes it easier to pay employees, track benefits, and Aatrix helps you easily report taxes.

Advanced Reporting

Standard reports include reports on sales, taxes, upcoming expenditures, commissions profits everything you and your accountant need to analyze business performance. You can take your reporting to the next level by adding the power of Sage Intelligence or Microsoft Power BI and instantly get advanced Sage 50 custom report on Microsoft Power BI. We can help you build out the Sage 50Cloud advanced reports you need to take an accurate pulse of your business. Information on Sage 50 Training Classes.

 

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QuickBooks 2019

QuickBooks 2019 – Sales, Support & Training

QuickBooks 2019 – Are you ready to move up? Demonstrations to discover your business needs to see how this powerful accounting software can works for you.

What are the System Requirements for QuickBooks 2019?

  • Windows 7 SP1, 8.1 Update 1, or Windows 10 update/version supported by Microsoft
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 or SP2, 2012 R2, or 2016
  • 2.4 GHz processor
  • 4 GB of RAM (8 GB recommended)
  • 2.5 GB disk space recommended (additional space required for data files)
  • 4x DVD-ROM drive (unless user is downloading from Intuit server)
  • Payroll and online features require Internet access (1 Mbps recommended speed)
  • Product registration required
  • Optimized for 1280×1024 screen resolution or higher. Supports one Workstation Monitor, plus up to 2 extended monitors. Optimized for Default DPI settings.

Integration with Other Software

  • Microsoft Word and Excel integration requires Office 2010 SP2 – 2016, or Office 365 (32 and 64 bit)
  • E-mail Estimates, Invoices and other forms with Microsoft Outlook 2010-2016, Microsoft Outlook with Office 365, Gmail, and Outlook.com, other SMTP-supporting e-mail clients. App integration with QuickBooks POS v18.0.
  • Transfer data from Quicken 2016-2018, QuickBooks Mac 2016 and Microsoft Excel 2010 SP2, 2013, 2016, Office 365 (32 and 64 bit)

Browser Requirement

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Landed Cost Sage 100

What you need to know about Sage 100 Landed Cost

Can freight expenses be paid before the receipt of inventory and the corresponding invoice? – Using Sage 100 there is a way to set up landed cost if you are a distribution or manufacturing company and need to add the additional costs to the original cost of an inventory item.

Landed Cost

Referred to as landed cost the answer is yes. Freight expenses can be paid before the receipt of inventory and the corresponding invoice. Prepayments are usually recorded in Sage 100 Manual Check and payment entry. In addition they can be included in Sage 100 Invoice Payment Selection, Sage 100 Transaction Journal Entry  and Sage 100 general journal entry. These prepaid freight expenses can be allocated to inventory. In addition to meeting the conditions listed for the allocation of standard freight, you must also assign an account number in the Prepaid Freight Expense Account field in Purchase Order Options. This account is credited during the Receipt of Goods / Invoice Data Entry update. The original posting recorded in the Accounts Payable or General Ledger module is then reversed.

Example

An example of landed cost can be illustrated as a $312.00 invoice processed in Receipt of Goods Entry, with $50.00 of the freight expense prepaid. These posting reverses an entry to prepaid freight that was originally recorded in the Accounts Payable or General Ledger module.

The following are the effect to the Sage 100 general ledger after all transactions are recorded and have been updated.

  G/L Account Debit Credit
Item Receipt (Product A) Inventory – Product A   75.00  
Item Receipt (Product B) Inventory Product B 225.00  
Invoice Amount Accounts Payable   250.00
Prepaid Freight Amount Prepaid Freight Expense ______   50.00
    300.00 300.00

For more information about Sage 100 Support visit www.jcscomputer.com or give us a call 800.475.1047

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Sage 100 Landed Cost

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Sage 50 Errors

Sage 50 Errors

What do you do when you receive Sage 50 Errors Messages especially if you are on an unsupported version of Sage 50? You may need some instruction and assistance getting thru this and we are here to help.

Due to a required upgrade to Actian Zen v13 (formerly Pervasive) in the Sage 50—U.S. Edition 2020.0 release scheduled in July 2019, SAN members and Certified Consultants/Partners supporting clients on older versions of Sage 50 or Sage 50cloud will no longer be able to maintain versions prior to 2019, along with 2020 on the same computer.

The Pervasive License Check for Sage 50 US versions 2018.2 and earlier specifically look for a Pervasive version 11 license key. When you install Sage 50 US 2020.0, Pervasive will upgrade to version 13 Actian Zen on the machine. As part of this upgrade, Pervasive/Actian makes the v11 keys inactive, leaving the new v13 keys. This will cause the earlier version of Sage 50 to no longer work as it will not have the proper key.

It is also important to note that Sage 50 2018.2 and earlier versions are no longer customer-supported releases, so if you need help please call to discuss your upgrade options.

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