Business Automation and Software Blog

Upgrade to a New ERP Software System and Pay no License Fee

Posted by Robert Baran on Mon, Oct 03, 2011 @ 06:49 PM

PositiveVision and Sage are committed to going the extra mile to make sure you have the right ERP solution that meets your business needs. From now through December 31, 2011, you can trade in your Sage PFW ERP solution for an even more powerful ERP system at no cost.*

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Topics: Sage PFW ERP, ERP Software, business management software

ERP Software News regarding Sage PFW 2011

Posted by Robert Baran on Tue, Aug 30, 2011 @ 05:54 PM

This past July, at Sage Summit - Sage's annual customer and partner conference, Sage unveiled some exciting new features included in Sage PFW 2011. From MSDS and credit card integration with Sage Payment Solutions, to new Business Intelligence capabilities, it’s now easier than ever to monitor profitability and make informed decisions. These new enhancements provide an easy way to extract data into Excel and produce dashboards with KPIs (key performance indicators) in seconds!

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Topics: Sage PFW ERP, Product News

PositiveVision Cooks Up Efficiency At Bernard Foods

Posted by Robert Baran on Tue, Aug 30, 2011 @ 05:53 PM

Since 1947, Bernard Foods has been providing award winning food products, and is the largest family owned and operated food manufacturer in the United States.

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Topics: Sage PFW ERP, Software Updates, organizational efficiency

Small Business Computer Support: Sage PFW ERP and Windows 7

Posted by Nicole Sherman on Thu, Jul 14, 2011 @ 05:07 PM

We received a call for small business computer support this week when a Sage PFW ERP client ran into a challenge with Windows 7. Microsoft pushed out several patches back to back, and one of them brought forth an interesting bug. The effect was that Sage PFW ERP Client lost its mapping to the server. However, the workstation itself could still get to the mapped drive without any issue causing mass confusion. This is because in Windows 7 the mapping in “My Computer” and Explorer is UNC, not DFS. When Sage PFW ERP goes to the server, it still uses DFS which errors out with this bug.

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Topics: Sage PFW ERP, Microsoft Windows