The technology landscape is always changing. Every year we see new innovations promising to boost productivity, reduce costs, enable smarter decisions, and gain a competitive advantage. But with so many new trends, how is anyone expected to keep track of it all? In this article, we focus on just a handful of technologies that are shaping the future of Sage 300.
The popularity of business intelligence (BI) reporting has been on the rise ‐ and for good reason. The graphs, charts, and number‐crunching power that BI tools provide help you get the upper hand on all that data stored in your ERP system so you can make "intelligent" business decisions.
During his keynote speech at Sage Summit in July (you can watch it here), Himanshu Palsule, Chief Technology Officer at Sage, announced the launch of a completely modernized web‐based version of Sage 300 that they are calling Sage 300c. In this article, we'll take a closer look at this new technology that's scheduled to launch with the upcoming release of Sage 300 2016 sometime in October.
In November, Sage 300 2016 was released and is now available for download. Here's a look at a few of the most significant changes and new features introduced with this latest version.