Tag Archives: Sage 100 Contractor

Sage Summit 2017: Registration and other information

Sage Summit 2017 v1

It’s that time of year again: Spring is in the air, flowers are in bloom, and I get to tell all of you to start registering for Sage Summit. But this year’s a bit different. OK, that’s not entirely true. This year is completely different. Registration for Sage Summit 2017… Read more »

Free Training For Sage 100 Contractor 2016 SQL version

Sage 100 Contractor

Denise Johnson is my favorite person ever! Ok, granted, I’ve never met the senior curriculum developer and trainer for Sage Construction and Real Estate. However, her latest post on the Sage CRE Product Blog made want to sing her praises. Earlier this week, Denise announced on Sage City that Sage will… Read more »

Introducing the Mentor Neighborhood at Sage Summit

Danielle Cote is an extremely busy person this time of year. The vice president of the Sage Events Team is working diligently on her team’s biggest event of the year: Sage Summit. So it didn’t surprise me that she didn’t get my e-mail the other day when I shot her… Read more »

TUG Conference: Now Featuring 100% Sage CRE

We interrupt this blog post to bring you an important message from TUG: Are you a Sage 100 Contractor or Sage Estimating user? Have you longed to be a part of a user group community like your friends who use Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate? Why not give TUG a… Read more »

Rowe is right: Society needs skilled labor

Sitting around the table after Christmas dinner, I was speaking to one of my dad’s cousins about possibly taking a course in classic automobile engine repair at the local community college. We both share a love of classic cars, and I’ve always been fascinated with the internal combustion engine. We… Read more »

Customer training becomes a learning experience

Being the marketing director here at Practical Software Solutions is like being a utility infielder in baseball: You have to know a lot about many products, but you never really become an expert at one. That’s not to say that I wouldn’t mind being an expert in every software title… Read more »

Back to the Future — Time travel by way of Sage X3

We have just arrived at October 21, 2015. Join me as I travel around on my hoverboard, drinking my Pepsi Perfect, while waiting for the Cubs to win the World Series. As you’ve probably figured out by now (especially if you’ve looked at Facebook anytime in the past week), today’s… Read more »

Another plea to Sage Summit (and a great response)

“I would love to be coming (to Sage Summit) this year!” But unfortunately, Kelli can’t. Neither can Maryn. Nor can a few other of our customers I’ve spoken with over the past few months. Kelli is an alumna of three of the last four Sage Summit conventions. Maryn had reviewed the… Read more »

Convention scams reaching new lows: Part 2

This is a continuation of a blog post from yesterday. Click here to read Part 1 of “Convention scams reaching new lows: Part 1.” Why do attendees have to worry about exhibitor scams? Although conference attendees may never be targeted in the same way exhibitors are, that doesn’t mean they… Read more »

A plea to Sage Summit from the Inspire Tour

The final round of product sessions at the Sage Inspire Tour stop at the Charlotte Convention Center was over, and I returned to the main hall for the closing general session. The room was filling up again, but the table where I sat for lunch was still available. After a quick pit… Read more »