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Transforming the Supply Chain Industry using Blockchain

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Managing today’s Supply Chain, which includes production and distribution of products is a labyrinthine. Varying from industry to industry, supply chain can include extraordinarily complex and multiple stages, different locations, legion invoices and payments. All of this can extend over … Continue reading

Closing Sales Order Lines Using 4GL Code in Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly Sage X3 V11)

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If we want to close the sales order lines using 4GL code in SEM (Sage X3). Following syntax is used to call the subprogram to close the Sales order lines. Syntax:     Call  DIVCLESOQ (WSOHNUM, WSOPLIN, WSOQSEQ, WCCLREN)  from  TRTVENCDE … Continue reading

 Closing Purchase Order Using 4GL Code in Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly Sage X3 V11)

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Purchase order can be manually closed by using the close button in Purchase order, but in some scenarios, it is not possible to close the purchase order manually. Under such circumstances, we need to call a subprogram from standard. Following … Continue reading

How to Create Work Order, Production Tracking and Close Work Order in Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly SAGE X3)

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This article briefly describes the manufacturing process in Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly Sage X3) from creating work order to Closing a Work Order. Work Order: To create a work order, go to work order under planning as shown below. Manufacturing … Continue reading

How to Create Product Invoice and Purchase Receipt in Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly SAGE X3)

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 Product Invoice: Creation of product invoice is same as that of shipment invoice as shown above. Same as discussed earlier, after assigning values in mandatory fields select order from order selection tab. Select order from order selection as shown. Under … Continue reading

How to Create Contract and Load Contract in Purchase Order in Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly SAGE X3)

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Following article describes that how we can create contract and load the newly created contract in Purchase Order in Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly known as Sage X3).   Creating Contract: To create a contract, go to Purchasing in top bar … Continue reading

How to Add Order in the Container and Create Shipment Invoice in Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly SAGE X3)

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 Adding Order in the Container: The following section will elaborate, how to add an order in the container. To add an order in the container, go to: All > Purchasing > Shipments Click New and window will appear as shown below. You … Continue reading

How to write code by using Tableaux in Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly Sage X3)

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TABLEAUX – Sage Enterprise Management System (Formally Sage X3) TABLEAUX is another way of executing data while writing minimum lines of code in Sage Enterprise Management System- SEM (formerly Sage Enterprise Management). TABLEAUX are used only for object managed windows. … Continue reading

How to Filter Data in the Requestor using GUSER in Sage Enterprise Management (Formerly Sage X3)

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This method is used when we have created requestor and need to filter the data using GUSER (login user). GUSER will work in requestor to filter the data if it does not link to the dashboard as Menu Item. Once … Continue reading

Five Mistakes to avoid in ERP Implementation

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Implementing an ERP system is a major investment decision for any company. ERP impacts everyone within the organization, from front line staff to the senior executives. ERP implementations can be complex and if not managed properly can quickly lead to … Continue reading

How Cloud Computing Is Changing Management

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Technology has taken a center stage in the way management practices are conducted. Every need identified in the management of different fields has found a major breakthrough through technology-enabled solutions. Through mainframe computing, complex operations research calculations have become easier … Continue reading

How to improve the supply and demand chain

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  There’s no denying that competition on a global market is fierce, which makes planning and production for your business difficult and increases the likelihood of forecasting errors. Imagine ending up with a full warehouse of high-end couture clothes and … Continue reading

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