Sage Fixed Assets Added To Year-End Study Halls

Sage Fixed Assets Decon

Sage Fixed Assets is useful, yet often overlooked, title in the Sage family of business software. In a funny way, it reminds me of Wake Forest University. Stuck in a world with Tobacco Road big dogs UNC, N.C. State, and Duke, Wake Forest is the Little University that Could. While the… Read more »

Sage hosts study hall to gear up for Year End 2017

Sage Study Hall v1

Remember back in high school when the worst thing (hopefully) you had to deal with was studying for end-of-year exams? When it came down to crunch time, you were happy to have a couple of study hall periods in order to get some extra cramming done. For many accountants and… Read more »

Ghost, Zombie Assets Terrorize Your Company’s Bottom Line

Ghost and Zombie Assets

Gather ’round boys and girls: It’s time for a spooky Halloween story! This one involves the dreadful ghosts and zombies that may be hidden among your fixed assets. Our storyteller for today is none other than Gary Maher, our Sage Partner Account Manager. Gary’s tale of horror involves these gremlins… Read more »

Ideological inflexibility could hurt horticulture industry

Congress Horticulture Industry

It’s not a stretch to say standing up for your own ideals and beliefs is noble. But there’s a point where blindly standing up for your ideals turns from noble to pig-headed. This is exhibited best in none other than the U.S. government. We saw a taste of it this… Read more »

Recapping the Production Technology Conference

Production Technology Conference Booth

No matter how much bravado you have, it’s always nerve-wracking to step into the unknown. And usually, the fear and doubt is usually for nothing. My dad had the best advice about these types of situations: “Don’t panic early.” Think about it: It gives you permission to panic if the… Read more »

Supporting Software At The Production Technology Conference

Production Technology Conference

A while ago, we told ourselves we would always “walk the floor” of a trade show before we exhibited at it. And, after being burned several times, we would never, ever exhibit at a brand new trade show. Then the AmercanHort Production Technology Conference came along, and we decided that… Read more »

CFMA Spotlights Suicide Prevention Month In October

Suicide Prevention

Suicide is never a comfortable topic to talk about, but in the construction industry, it may be one of the most important conversations people in the industry can have. In its first ever suicide risk assessment by industry last year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported construction is… Read more »

Education continues at Production Technology Conference

Education session at Cultivate'17

Have you ever anticipated something so much that your mind waffles between the best-case scenario and the worst-case scenario? That happened to both Greg Lafferty and I leading up to Cultivate’17, where he presented his first-ever educational sessions at the long-running horticulture conference.   For weeks leading up to Cultivate’17,… Read more »

From learning about horticulture to education at Cultivate’17

Horticulture Education

Greg Lafferty, our senior account manager, has hoping for years to educate all levels of growers in the horticulture industry during Cultivate, and this year he will finally get his chance. When you think about it, it’s probably a good thing that he waited this long. We’ve learned so much… Read more »

Guest Post: Sharing Knowledge Through TUG Conference

TUG Conference 2017 classroom

This week, one of our Sage CRE customers, Rhiannon Thompson of Davidson Excavation in Russiaville, Ind., gives her impressions of attending her second TUG National Users Conference: When I first learned the Sage Summit 2017 Tour stop in Atlanta and the 2017 TUG National Users Conference were overlapping, my heart… Read more »