Category Archives: Sales Order

Sage 100 Open sales order report – by Item

The Open Orders by Item Report lists open sales orders by item code to facilitate the tracking of the outstanding orders for each item. This report can be used in conjunction with Inventory Management reports to determine what products should be ordered and the quantities necessary to meet customer commitments. New Stuff: Sage 100 Open Sales… Read More »

Create drop-ship purchase orders in Sage 100

In this blog, we shall discuss the drop-ship feature available in the Sage 100 i.e. Sage MAS 90.Before we proceed, let’s understand what is meant by the Drop-Ship orders. ‘A drop-ship return item is merchandise returned directly to the vendor by the customer’. The above is the definition provided in Sage 100 Help documentation. One… Read More »

How to process transactions of National Accounts in Sage 100 ERP

In our last blog, we discussed about How to setup National Accounts in SAGE 100 ERP. Today we will discuss about how to process transactions with Sage 100 national Account Customer. Processing Sales Orders During Sales Order entry or Accounts Receivable Invoice Entry, the national account information and default preferences automatically populate the appropriate fields.  Sage… Read More »

How to Recalculate price in Sales Order

Recalculate as the name suggests, is a feature that provides option in Sage 100 to recalculate and realign balances based on modified transaction data. Recalculate Price button offers Sage 100 user the followings- Ø  Line item rates Recalculation as per revised Item pricing. Ø  Sales tax amount Recalculation if the tax rates changed after Line… Read More »

How to split commission in Sales order

Split Commission Maintenance is used to set up default values for distributing the commission for sales orders and Sales Order invoices. By using Split Commission functionality, User can add a percent of commission for up to four additional salespersons. The primary salesperson’s percentage will be reduced to reflect the remaining balance that should not exceed… Read More »