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Sage ERP Accpac 5.6 has been released

Dec 16

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12/16/2009 12:00 AM  RssIcon

We received our Sage Accpac 5.6 disks last week. There are a lot of little changes and some fairly big ones. Here is a sampling of what’s new:

  • Completely new installation process. There is now an integrated install. No more installing each module separately. Yeah!
  • Integrated activation. The activation process is now integrated so that you pick the modules you want activated from a list and then let it do it’s thing. This keeps you from having to baby sit the process when you are doing a lot of modules.
  • Reporting and operational tweaks in G/L, A/R and A/P
  • Reworked Bank Rec process in Bank Services.
  • A lot of other changes to Bank Services.
  • A new business intelligence reporting module.
  • and the big change is a completely rewritten serialized and lot tracking module that is integrated in to I/C, O/E, P/O and P/M. Plus you don’t purchase the modules separately now. Serialized and Lot Tracking are sold as one add on module.

There are a lot of other changes but that’s the main list. DB2 is no longer supported and full PDF manuals have disappeared. The help files are the main source for operational information now.

Let the upgrade games begin!

Categories: Sage ERP Accpac
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Re: Sage ERP Accpac 5.6 has been released

Can u tell me When Will Sage ERP Accpac be 100% fully web based? and What's involved in upgrading to V6.0?

By erp development on   10/13/2011 8:12 AM

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