If you’re using Sage 100, you probably are wondering about compatibility with Microsoft Windows 10. Many of our customers will take a cautious approach to upgrading their Windows computers, however for those who are migrating quickly to Windows 10 here is the compatibility status for Sage 100.
Users of Sage 100c version 2016 will notice upon starting the software for the first time that there’s an option to use either (a) classic desktop or (b) standard desktop. The classic desktop is the same interface used in prior versions of Sage 100.
Users of Sage 100 ERP 2015 with PU3 (or later) can automatically integrate Sage Payroll Services to their Sage 100 accounting by following the steps in this September 2015 guide – Sage 100: Sage Payroll Services Getting Started Guide.
Sage notes that you must be using the above mentioned version of Sage 100 (or higher). In addition please have your Sage ID since the synchronization wizard in Sage 100 requires this to securely integrate with the payroll services.
Further questions on Sage Payroll Services may be directed to 856-793-2142
Have you ever received a cryptic “credit card declined” message while integrating Sage 100 with Sage Payment Solutions – and wonder what the numeric code means? Sage have published this handy list which offers a short explanation of each message which may appear in your Sage Exchange debug log.
Decline errors sent from the processor:
01Declined – Call Issuer
04Declined – Pick Up Card
05Declined – Do Not Honor
12Declined – Invalid Transaction
13Declined – Card Amount Invalid
14Declined – Card Number Invalid
15Declined – No Such Issuer
19Declined – Re-Enter
51Declined – Insufficient Funds
54Declined – Card Expired
57Declined – Service Not Allowed
61Declined – Customer Exceeds Withdrawal Limit
62Declined – Restricted SIC Code\
63Declined – Restricted
65Declined – Customer Exceeds Activity Limit
78Declined – No Account
97Declined – CVV MisMatch
In each case, you contact Sage Payment Solutions Support @ 877-470-4001 for additional information on the exact nature of the decline message
Sage today published the first official attendance features for their Summit 2015 user conference.
Officially there were 7,455 registered attendees from 5,794 companies. Sage says this represents a 283% increase over 2014 (implying 2,634 attended) and 1,041% over 2013 (implying 716 attended?). Since we’re pretty certain over 716 people attended in 2013, it’s likely Sage is using some other metric, such as social media engagement, to measure conference growth.
The next Sage Summit is scheduled for Chicago IL, July 25-28, 2016.
Via Sage Facebook