Whether we like it or not, there’s always a process, a form, or a report that requires a little bit of manipulation in Excel. We just need to apply one simple operation to use the result elsewhere. But there’s no way to easily do that manually. Often, the issue comes from the source data not having the same number of
Sage Intelligence Reporting uses a Workstation Licensing model. Almost every Sage solution comes with at least one Report Manager license. That license, and additional licenses you buy, are managed through the License Manager module. The License Manager is a module that is available to all Sage Intelligence users. It allows you to see which users and workstations are consuming Report Manager and Report Viewer licenses and their module configuration.
How to add bullet points to a field in Excel Using Excel, have you tried to add a bullet point within a field to stack numbers, sentences or phrases? Adding a bullet point helps the reader to see each point clearly rather than viewing several run-on sentences or numbers. Here are a few easy steps to add bullets within a
E-Invoicing (PEPPOL) Currently the ATO is getting ready for E-Invoicing and solutions are being developed now. They expect them to be available in the Australian market in the second half of 2020. A demo is available to view at the ATO website. The current experience is where you go into your software, you generate an invoice from the software, but
Whether you close the books daily, monthly, quarterly, or just once per year, maintaining up to date auditable financial records is good accounting practice and smart business sense. Regular reconciliation of the bank accounts is critical, but to prove the material accuracy of your financial statements, you should have auditable evidence to support every line item on the balance sheet
In a recent Aptus internal training session the topic of password management and security was raised. While this is a large and opinionated topic there was a general agreement of do not reuse passwords and make you passwords complex (which is another topic in itself!). Whether you manage your passwords using a piece of paper, memorising a pattern on the
As we’ve seen in Part 1 of our Sage CRM Report Blog, Views are where the data comes from. It is therefore essential to understand them and know how to get the best out of them. By now you will realise that a column you need might not be available for a report when you try to select it. This