Explore How Excel and Your Sage 100 Can Work Together


Although Sage 100 offers numerous standard and customized report formats, data analysis is often easier when information is exported to Excel. In fact, part of the genius inherent in Sage 100 is its choice to include familiar, robust tools like Microsoft Excel as common aids to your best use of your ERP solution.

Did you know that you can export raw data, budgets (you may import budgets you maintain in Excel to Sage 100 ERP, too), Maintenance & Inquiry screens as well as standard or Crystal Reports from Sage 100 to Excel? Depending on the type of data you are moving, you will employ Sage 100 utilities and wizards. You may move Sage 100 data into existing Excel worksheets or create new sheets with your exports. And you may refresh data in Excel files created from Sage 100 exports so as to use these worksheets as dynamic resources that help you understand and manage your business over time.

The power the Excel tools included in Sage 100 ERP bring to your enterprise is formidable. Why wait to engage it and capitalize on the understandings you may draw from better analysis of your Sage 100 data?


Join us on September 20 at 11:30 AM PDT for the Excel and Your Sage 100 webinar.


In this live webinar we will showcase the many ways Excel and Sage 100 work together to make you more efficient and effective. Because Excel tools are built in to Sage 100 ERP, you can easily move data into a spreadsheet then analyze data, perform calculations, create visual pivot tables, charts or graphs, filter and sort, and build Excel worksheets that reference live Sage 100 ERP data. The resulting report options are nearly infinite.