Because conference planning has to begin so far in advance of the actual event, it starts to feel like the day itself is perpetually a long way off. Then one day...say, for example, yesterday...you casually look at the calendar and realize, with a mild twinge of panic, that the event is just a handful of days away. Next, you hastily review your list of remaining tasks and immediatelydivide their count by the number of days left before showtime. The higher the number, the more real - and sooner - the impending moment seems.
Topics: Connections 2016
Sage 100c is a subscription-based version of Sage 100 that has all the same features but with the addition of an enhanced user interface. Although being marketed by Sage as a “technology product,” Sage 100c is not an internet based version of Sage 100.
Topics: Insider, Sage 100c, Connections 2016
Sage recently announced a major change to pricing and annual renewals for the Sage 100 Payroll module, which will go into effect with the Sage Business Care plans that expire on or after May 1st of this year. As of May 1st, the next time your annual Business Care plan renews, the Payroll module will not be included as part of that plan. Instead, it will be broken out into a separate subscription plan. The cost of your subscription will be based on the number of employees you have across all companies.
Topics: Insider, Connections 2016, Sage 100 Payroll
Most people think about Bennett/Porter as a technology company. That perception makes sense. After all, we've been successfully deploying business technologies for just over 29 years now. But why have we been so successful and so enduring?
Topics: People. Ideas. Technology., Connections 2016, Conferences