B2B Payments

Sage 100 ERP 2014 Enables Businesses to Increase Revenue

Sage North America's platform now has the  availability of Sage 100 ERP 2014, which provides small and midsized businesses with a cloud-connected business management system to provide enhanced customer experiences, increase revenue and make more well informed business decisions

It is reported that 66 percent of consumers switch providers due to poor customer service, and 42 percent of companies said that many decisions are based on inaccurate or incomplete data. Sage 100 ERP 2014 addresses these problems, including the loss of customers due to poor customer experience, price pressure from customers, and lack of access to accurate and actionable data in order to make informed business decisions.

“Since we implemented Sage 100 ERP 2014, we cut our invoicing paperwork time by 90 percent and freed up an employee to concentrate on other tasks,” said Eric Grisham, president of Empire Tile & Marble Supply, Inc. “It used to take a few hours to get through the invoicing and payments process, but we now dramatically increased our efficiencies—important for a midsized construction supply business like ours.”

Sage built Sage 100 ERP 2014 to offer integration with the following connected service add-ons:

  • Sage Inventory Advisor
  • Sage Billing and Payment
  • Sage Mobile Sales
  • Sage Mobile Service
  • Sage CRM (Customer Relationship Management)

“Making better decisions, increasing revenue and providing better customer experiences requires more collaboration, both internally within the company, and externally with suppliers and customers,” commented Joe Langner, executive vice president and general manager, mid-market solutions for Sage North America. “We designed Sage 100 ERP 2014 to help business owners more easily collaborate.”


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