Sage 100 ERP is an enterprise resource planning system for small and mid-sized businesses. It offers financial, payroll, inventory management, and order-to-cash capabilities primarily targeted at the wholesale distribution industry, though it can be used in other industries as well. It is installed software that can be made available online as well. The product began life as MAS 90 (Master Accounting Series), but was rebranded in 2011. The software is usually implemented in a Microsoft Windows environment and often uses Microsoft SQL.
|Best Fit For:||SMBs; Distribution or light manufacturing companies|
|Most Compared To:||SAP ERP|
|Employees:||7k (entire company, on LinkedIn)|
|Rating Attribute||Sage 100 ERP Rating||# of Reviewers Contributing to Rating Average||Accounting Software Average Rating|
|Likelihood to recommend||7.8||13||8.1|
|Likelihood to renew||8.4||5||8.5|
|Sage 100 ERP Pros||Sage 100 ERP Cons|
The general ledger capabilities of the software are flexible. The G/L allows for 32 digit account numbers and 10 segments and can handle multiple bank accounts and multiple companies.
Users would like the software upgrade process to be easier and more automated, and would like to see a web-based option.
Compared to other ERPs and given the value Sage 100 provides, pricing is reasonable.
|Not great for heavier manufacturing
Capabilities such as work order, job costing, partial completion costing, and MRP (material requirements planning) that are required in more complex manufacturing situations need to be improved.
|Good for light manufacturing and distribution
Good sales order, purchase order, order-to-cash, and inventory capabilities, all of which work well together.
|Customizable and scalable
The product is versatile, flexible, and customizable. The inventory module, for example, can handle multiple warehouses and complex pricing structures.
The various Sage modules and products integrate well with each other.