(Chardon, OH) January 12, 2016- e2b teknologies, a leading ERP consulting and development organization in Northeast Ohio, announced the availability of three new Sage 100 ERP checklists designed to help companies smooth their transition to Sage 100 version 2015.
These checklists analyze a company’s existing environment to ensure it is up-grade ready, covering various areas including supported web servers, processor sizes, required memory, and much more. Each checklist also provides additional recommendations and best practices for peak system performance. A Sage 100 ERP upgrade checklist is available from e2b teknologies for each version of the software including Sage 100 Standard, Sage 100 Advanced, and Sage 100 Premium.
“An upgrade to Sage 100 ERP version 2015 brings with it many benefits, as the new version has a long list of enhancements to make the product better than ever,” said Mary Jo Mahood, Practice Manager of e2b teknologies. “But the upgrade process can be hectic when you’re not well prepared. We’ve developed these checklists to help businesses who are considering an upgrade to approach the project in an incredibly organized manner to ensure a confident decision, smooth transition, and long-term success with the software.”
The checklists are available for complimentary download here. For questions about the Sage 100 ERP Upgrade Checklists, contact e2b teknologies by phone at 440-352-4700 or visit e2benterprise.com for more information.
About e2b teknologies:
e2b teknologies provides upgrades, consulting, implementation, support, development services, and training for Sage 100, Sage 500, Sage X3 and another leading products. As a certified Sage Gold Development Partner, e2b teknologies has worked with Sage Software products since the 1990s, and have since helped hundreds of companies implement Sage ERP systems. With an average of nearly 20 years of development experience, our engineers have worked on Sage ERP projects with a variety of industries and businesses. Our virtualized development environment includes dedicated development servers, daily back-ups, disaster recovery procedures, and is source safe to control changes made to customer applications.