BatchMaster – Version 8.7 New Features Worth Mentioning!

By Dan Jeppson — If you’re currently using BatchMaster (often called BME for BatchMaster Enterprise), you’re at some stage of feature adoption that’s different from everybody else. You’re somewhere on a spectrum between “having heard of the BatchMaster software” and “being a power user with SQL skills and development capabilities who speaks at international forums […]

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Batchmaster — Process Manufacturing — Evolving

By Dan Jeppson — This article (published by BatchMaster) shows the evolution of the currently branded BatchMaster product, excluding the Sage sale: BatchMaster History Alternatively, this article focuses on what happened to the Sage (Platinum for Windows) evolution: Sage History Both articles show different perspectives on how the current BatchMaster software evolved (and hinted at […]

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Drones For Automated Inventory Counts

By Dan Jeppson — Really? Drones for Automated Inventory Counts? Yes… In fact, there are lots of options! We’ve worked with multiple software options that enable highly efficient and accurate inventory data collection. There are many options available to fill various industry-specific needs—examples might include specialized software designed for the needs of oil refineries or […]

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Strategies for Success with BatchMaster ERP

By Dan Jeppson — Since you’re reading this article (unless you’re an AI bot), you have interest in BatchMaster and are likely a long-time user. (If you’re a new user, then welcome!) BatchMaster has some exceptional capabilities, but often its greatest strengths (the potential knowledge hidden in its database) are underutilized… Hopefully you’re looking for […]

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Strategies for Success with Sage 500 ERP

By Dan Jeppson — Since you’re reading this article (unless you’re an AI bot), you have interest in Sage 500 (likely lovingly calling it “MAS 500” out of habit) and are most likely a long-time user. You’ve probably heard the rumors about sunsetting, and you’re pretty comfortable staying where you’re at—kind of… Hopefully you’re looking […]

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Bridging The Gaps Between Logistics and Finance

By Dan Jeppson — How ERP Bridges The Gap Between Logistics And Finance This article highlights a few key points that (when understood) can help a company create traction in its business operating systems and begin to leverage their collected data to make better business decisions. Finance, operations, sales, and other functional business areas work […]

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Commercial Drones – Construction

By Dan Jeppson — Why Construction Job Sites Need Drones to Stay Competitive in the 2020’s The popularity and use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS—more commonly known as drones) on job sites is growing because drones are proven valuable tools for planning and executing successful projects. In the modern commerce environment, remote tools have become […]

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Commercial Drone Use

By Dan Jeppson — Facilities Maintenance is a challenge for many organizations, and roof inspections, repair, and construction can be tricky and dangerous. Modern drones combined with cutting-edge software and video capture technology allow for safe, efficient, and cost-effective inspection, monitoring, and maintenance of anything from the air. Please contact us for assistance, training, or […]

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