Tag Archives: Sage ERP

A recap of Sage Summit 2013

The words came out of my mouth before I could stop myself. Vince Stamey, our CEO, missed Sage Summit this year because of a scheduling conflict. (His kids were off being national champions again with their rifle team. Woo-hoo!) When he returned, he asked me if I had learned anything… Read more »

Big events dominate July

To say that it’s a bit crazy around here at Practical Software Solutions is a bit of an understatement. No, people aren’t bouncing off the walls or doing anything completely abnormal. But we are extremely busy with two of our biggest events of the year on tap over these next… Read more »

Sage Summit: It’s not just for ERP

During the course of my education — I can’t remember when — someone told my class that “perception is reality.” That’s a pretty heavy concept: Sometimes, no matter if the truth is spelled out as plain as day, the public will still hold on to preconceived notions. There are some who… Read more »

Finding out about Sage Inventory Advisor

Jann Guthridge from Triangle Suspension Systems is awesome. This must be distinctly understood, or nothing wonderful can come of the story I am going to relate. (Ok, I’ll stop quoting from A Christmas Carol.) During our customer meeting at Sage Summit in 2011, the idea was formed to have a… Read more »

ERP serves a wide range of companies

Have you ever thought of a punchline the next day? Don’t you just hate that? Last November, Greg Lafferty and I had dinner with some of the great folks from the OFA, the leading horticulture educational association in the United States. They were in town for their Grow & Sell… Read more »

Sage Summit registration is open!

Earlier today, the Twitter hashtag #SageSummit exploded. It just happened to coincide with the opening of Sage Summit Early Bird Registration. It was great to see all the Sage folks guiding people to the Sage Summit website and customers and partners announcing they’ve registered. Sage Summit Alumni and Business Care… Read more »