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Yet another reason to switch to Sage 100c – Free Multi-Bin Basic!

If you're thinking about migrating to Sage 100c, let us give you one more reason: Every Sage 100c subscription includes DSD/ScanForce Multi-Bin Basic at no charge!

That's right, there is no charge for the use of Multi-Bin Basic, and the software is fully supported by Sage under your Sage 100c Business Care plan.

Key Considerations for Effective Warehouse Design & Layout

In a previous post, we provided Tips for Creating a Warehouse Numbering Scheme. Those tips focused on best practices for creating a warehouse location numbering system. We also get a lot of questions about warehouse layout in general. We've seen it all when it comes to the way warehouses are laid out, so we thought we'd take a few more moments on the topic to share some more tips on warehouse locations in general.

10 Reasons Why You May Not Need WMS

The term “WMS” refers to a Warehouse Management System, typically in the form of software and technology that can support the day-to-day operations of a warehouse. Wondering if WMS is right for you? Here are 10 reasons why you may NOT need WMS.

You May Not Need WMS If:

You have less than 100 inventory items – Keepin’ it simple!
You handle less than 10 sales orders per day – Low volume, high dollar? Nice work!
Your profits are extremely high and a 20% efficiency savings will not improve your business by much.

The Fastest Route from Sale to Ship in Sage 100

In this 30-minute pre-recorded webinar co-hosted by ScanForce and V-Technologies, you'll see the lifecycle of an order from the time the order is placed to when it leaves the dock - and everything in between. You’ll see how tools for your Sage 100 system can put you on the fastest path to fulfillment with fewest steps.

ScanForce is Hiring! – ScanForce Solution Consultant

ScanForce, a leading provider of Sage-integrated Warehouse Management and Mobile Sales solutions, is looking to hire an ERP expert to assist with upper level support requests that require advanced understanding of ERP processes. If you’re an ERP consultant or end user with in-depth ERP knowledge, we’d love to talk with you!

Sage 100 experience is preferred, but not required.