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Sage Announces A Blog

This past Thursday,  Sage unveiled their brand new corporate blog.   The folks at Sage chose me to become one of a select few guest writers for the blog.

My first post entitled “Why Does Work… Continue reading

New Webinar – PlanetTogether’s Scheduling Optimizes your Resources

Join us for a Webinar on August 11

PlanetTogether’s Scheduling Optimizes your Resources

  • Advanced Planning & Scheduling systems save time and money
  • Allocate work to your resources based on your rules and requirements
  • Consider resource and material availability to enable… Continue reading

Announcing the Aries Webinar Series

Join us for the inaugural Aries Webinar on Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at 11am EST.  The topic for this month’s webinar is focused on sales tax audit challenges and solutions to protect your company.

The Aries Webinar Series is… Continue reading

New Software = Open Heart Surgery

Recently our friends at Microsoft Business Solutions (Great Plains, Navision, Solomon and Axapta) have been attacking Sage and their partners from a truly odd angle.  Apparently the folks at MBS think that businesses purchase accounting, inventory, manufacturing, human resources… Continue reading

Honor System for Time Sheets? Only At Church!

 While visiting Charleston, SC this past weekend, my family and I stopped by the Cathedral of St John the Baptist.  It’s a beautiful Gothic cathedral which began construction in 1890 and is still a work in process.… Continue reading

What Is Your Company’s “Experience”?

Last week I went to get my hair cut at Belleza Salon in Knoxville.  I’ve been going to Belleza every 4 weeks since 2002 and highly recommend their services.  My most recent trip was a little different than… Continue reading

Why Work Sucks: Implementing a ROWE at your company

This past week I had the pleasure of co-presenting a session at Sage’s annual partner conference with Ed Kless of Sage.  This year the conference was held at the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville, TN which was great for me… Continue reading