Jim King

As our Project Manager, Jim ensures that our projects move ahead as planned and manages the relationships between the three stakeholders, namely, you the Client, our Team and our Software Partners.  This gives him a good perspective on what works and what doesn't when it comes to software implementations.  He will contribute to the blog from time to time in areas where he feels he can provide some insight that can be valuable to our clients at large.

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Retired: Sage ERP Accpac 6.0


I can still remember the big launch for Accpac 6.0 in late 2010, but as we all know, time stops for no one and here we are, almost 5 years later, announcing that it has moved to the long list of versi...

The Benefits of EFT


Many people are not aware that Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) has been around for over 40 years. It hasn't changed much although it has been enjoying a renaissance of sorts as banks encourage busine...

Speeding up Data Entry in Sage 300


Data entry is inevitable in accounting, but that tedious "heads down" work doesn't have to take up so much time. When entering a large volume of transactions, switching between your keyboard and mouse...

Need help with your Sage year-end?


As we approach the calendar year-end, which many companies have also chosen as their fiscal year-end, we wanted to remind you where you can access information to make the transition to 2016 that much ...


In our ongoing efforts to keep our Sage community apprised of key information, we wanted to let organization's using the Sage 300 Payroll module know of some changes that will impact their ability to ...

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