Tag Archives: Import

IC Transit Receipt Import

Use I/C Transfers screen to: Enter and post stock transfers between physical inventory locations if you store items at more than one location. Import transfer transactions from other Sage 300 databases or from non-Sage 300 programs. Export transfer transactions. Assigning Serial/Lot Numbers to Transfers, if you use Serialized Inventory and Lot Tracking. If you are… Read More »

AR Invoice Import routine

Use the A/R Invoice Entry screen to enter invoices, credit notes, and debit notes that update projects in Project and Job Costing. If you use the program to manage your contracts, enter prepayments with invoices, if you use Payment Processing, process or void a credit card prepayment in Sage Payment Solutions, edit invoices, credit notes, debit… Read More »

OE Credit – Debit Import routine

Use the O/E Credit/Debit Note Entry screen to credit or debit customer accounts for returned merchandise, items not included on an invoice, and other price adjustments On the O/E Credit/Debit Note Entry screen and affect goes to as follows:- Credit customer accounts for returned merchandise, damaged items, and price adjustments. Debit customer accounts for price… Read More »

Service Invoice Import Routine for Automobile industries in Sage 300

Generally the automobile industries are moving towards the implementation of ERP into their organization. In this blog we will see how the service invoices can directly create into Sage 300 from another system. If a vehicle comes in a workshop for servicing, then after completion of the service, we make invoice for the total labor… Read More »

Much awaited Excel 2007 (.xlsx) support in Product Update 1 for Sage 300 ERP v2014

You must have already heard about release of Product Update 1 of Sage 300 ERP 2014. In this blog, let’s discuss one of its additional feature that has been introduced in Product Update 1 to enhance  Standard Import and Export routine support of Excel 2007 (.xlsx file format). New Stuff:  Implementation of bar code in… Read More »