The Major Differences Between Sage 100cloud and Sage 100 Classic
We’ll start by explaining the major differences between Sage 100 Classic and Sage 100cloud. First, Sage 100cloud is based on subscription pricing which means you pay-as-you-go, as opposed to the larger upfront perpetual license and maintenance costs of Sage 100 Classic.
Second, Sage 100cloud features a more modern interface that’s easier to use, customize, and access over the web. Lastly, Sage 100cloud connects with a ecosystem of cloud-based apps that significantly expand features and functionality.
As mentioned, Sage 100cloud connects with an ecosystem of cloud apps that aren’t available with Sage 100 Classic. Here’s a look at a few of those apps, some of which are included while others are available as optional add-ons:
Sage Inventory Advisor Basic
Sage Inventory Advisor Basic connects to your Sage 100cloud data to help you reduce forecasting time, optimize inventory levels, streamline purchasing, and achieve optimal fill rates.
Sage 100cloud Manufacturing
A suite of advanced manufacturing functionality designed to manage the complexity of discrete manufacturing processes including made-to-stock and build-to-order jobs.
Sage Budgeting and Planning
A powerful cloud-based financial tool that enables quicker, more informed business decisions by automating and shortening your budgeting and planning cycles.
Sage AP Automation is an end-to-end integrated solution to automate processing, approval, and payment of accounts payable invoices.
Extends the core warehousing capabilities to include the designation, storage, and distribution of a single inventory item in multiple “bin” locations within a warehouse.
Seamlessly extend your Sage solution to the digital world with secure and real-time connectivity. Right from the start. No disconnected databases. No manual re-entry of orders.
More Questions About Sage 100cloud?
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