In this month’s newsletter:

  1. Chortek Sage 100 User Group – October 15 summary
  2. Sage Fiscal Year 2021 Kickoff – Hosting on Azure coming!
  3. Sage Price Increases Reminders
  4. Sage 100 Supported Versions (2018, 2019, and 2020)
  5. Sage Summit 2020 Postponed
  6. Resources for Sage 100/100c Users – New Webinars Posted
  7. What Software Products does Chortek Support?

1. Sage 100 User Group Summary

Chortek (along with Sage) conducted its third Wisconsin Sage 100 User Group virtually on October 15. There were 20 Sage and vendor-run sessions throughout the day. Vendors also gave away $1,750 in gift cards to attendees, and Chortek provided Grubhub lunch gift cards to all attendees.

If you were not able to attend, the virtual conference allowed us to record each session and provide all clients with access to not only the session materials but the session recordings. Please visit the Sage 100 User Group page and use the password provided in your email to access the materials and recorded sessions.

If you have more questions about how Sage and these vendors can enhance your use and value of Sage 100 in your company, please contact your account manager.

2. Sage Fiscal Year 2021 Kickoff

  • Sage’s fiscal year began October 1, 2020
  • Chortek attended the fiscal year kickoff sessions for Sage and Sage 100 on October 27 and 28
  • Sage’s Purpose – “To transform the way people think and work so their organizations can thrive”
  • Sage will be announcing the Sage Partner Cloud to assist clients in deploying Sage 100 on Azure to us on December 2 – more information to follow
  • Expand the use of independent software vendors (third parties) to increase the use and value of Sage 100 to customers – see the many ISV sessions we conducted during our October 15 user group.

3. Sage Price Increase Reminders

October 1, 2020

  • Sage CRM subscription increasing 5% and Perpetual license 15%
  • Alerts & Workflow Perpetual and Subscription increase
  • Sage 100 Perpetual increasing 15%
  • Sage 100cloud increasing 5%

January 1, 2021

  • Sage BusinessWorks increasing 5%
  • Sage Fixed Assets increasing 5%

September 30, 2021

  • Sage Budgeting and Planning discontinued

Please contact us with any questions regarding price increases and renewal increases coming.

4. Sage 100cloud Version 2018 support ends 9/30/2021

  • Sage 100 Version 2018 customers are now on the clock to get upgraded before support ends on 9/30/2021. Please see our website for What’s New in each edition and contact your account manager to conduct a planning meeting for your upgrade.
Sage Software Document Library
  • Supported Versions for Sage 100
    • Support for Version 2018 ends 9/30/21. More importantly, you will notice product updates end much sooner.  While your version may be supported, product updates may no longer be available.  At this point, anyone on version 2018 is no longer getting Product Updates or Hot Fixes and year end updates will end 12/31/20.
Sage Supported Versions
Sage Summit 2020 Exterior Location

5. Sage Summit 2020 Postponed

The Sage Summit was originally planned for May 2020 and then moved to December 2020. The summit has been postponed until an in-person conference is feasible.

More Information

6. Resources for Sage 100/100c Users

9. What software does Chortek Support?

  • Sage Intacct
  • Acumatica
  • QuickBooks
  • Sage 50cloud (formerly Peachtree)
  • Sage BusinessWorks
  • Sage 100 and 100cloud
  • Sage 100cloud Manufacturing (i.e. JobOps)
  • Sage CRM
  • Sage Fixed Assets
  • Sage Alerts & Workflow
  • Sage Inventory Advisor
  • Sage AP Automation
  • Sage 100 integrated products:
    • ScanForce and Scanco for warehouse automation and bar code
    • Starship for shipping integration with USPS, UPS, Fedex and others
    • EDI Solutions from TrueCommerce, SPS Commerce and Mapadoc
    • Avalara for Sales Tax Automation
    • Altec for Document Management
    • Credit Card Processing – Paya, APS, and Century Business
    • Web Store interfaces – link web orders to Sage Order Entry (CIMCloud and WebServices)
    • MS Access, MS SQL, and Crystal Reports