This is important for Inventory Control and management as well as enabling effective Purchasing Procedures in Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (aka Timberline Office Software).
As adoption of Sage Service Operations (SSO) is being widely accepted within the Service Management client base, a major consideration is the use of “Assignments” and where they should best managed. It is my opinion to transition from the Service Management method of resource assignment upon a successful adoption of SSO within your organization in an attempt to eliminate confusion during product on-boarding and transition.
Like most software training programs, you probably spent lots of time learning how to get data into your Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate system. But sometimes there isn’t as much focus on getting that data back out in a meaningful way that shows you how your business is doing and where you need to focus your attention. In this article we’ll focus on some of the most common reporting options available to you in Sage 300 CRE.
Material Suppliers tend to send out invoices on a daily, or even an hourly basis. To stay ahead of the mounds of information (which could also affect Purchase Orders), this Sage 100 Contractor process tip will simplify the data entry procedure. And the Batch List feature gives you the information to verify your work for accuracy. It is easy to drill down and change any information necessary, without leaving the Payable Invoices and Credits screen.
A long over-looked piece of the core Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate products are the Macros. Macros are available in all the core accounting modules except Inventory, Purchasing and Service Management.
Macros can be used to automate a series of tasks. Here are just a few examples:
Macros can be run On-Demand (when you choose) or by scheduling them to run at a specified time using Microsoft Scheduler.
Here’s a closer look at using Macros in Sage 300 Construction.