Positive Pay Among Enhancements Coming In Sage MAS 90/200 Update
Sage will be releasing MAS 90/200 version 4.4 Product Update 2 later this month. The highlight of the release is the addition of Positive Pay export capabilities, featuring a wizard based tool for setting up the file format to match you banks requirement without any custom programming or detailed configuration of Crystal Reports. Positive Pay lets you provide your bank with a list of checks you have written, detering fraudulent checks being written against you account. There are numerous enhancements to Bank Reconciliation, as well as ACH for Accounts Payable, including the ability to have ACH stubs handled by Paperless Office. Read more...
Open Source For Business Webinar
You may have heard the term "Open Source Software", and maybe you dismissed it as "geek talk". Some, but not all, open source software is free, like OpenOffice, the free compatible replacement for Word, Excel & Powerpoint. If you'd like to learn more about how Open Source applies to business, xTuple is hosting a free webinar this Friday, July 9, at 1:30 pm Eastern time. Sign up here, (and please put Friendly Systems in the "How did you hear about xTuple" field), or just reply to this email and we'll sign you up.
Tech Tip: Putting AP Invoices on Hold
Sometimes you post an A/P Invoice, but then have a reason to put that invoice ‘on-hold’ so it won’t be paid with A/P Checks. Later on, you may resolve the problem and want to take the A/P Invoice off hold. Here is how to do that in Sage Mas 90 and Mas 200.
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