Tips & Tricks #101 – “Tell Us What You Think”

By Clark Haley | Aug 24th, 10 | Categories: Tips & Tricks, Pending Update

Sage Software, the publishers of MAS 90 and MAS 200 business management software has recently provided a new website designed to give the users of the product the ability to suggest enhancements and to vote on other enhancement suggestions. They are using the feedback they receive on this site to determine what features should be added to the software in the future. And they are listening! As of today, twelve (12) suggestions have been added to the latest release of the software and seven (7) others are planned for a future release.

To access the “Tell Us What You Think” website, you can click on the link from the Information Center in MAS 90/200 (if you are running MAS 90/200 version 4.40 or greater) or you can access the site from this link:

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BCS ProSoft is proud to offer you these Tips & Tricks for MAS 90 and MAS 200. These tips were drawn from our extensive technical support knowledge base as well as from the comprehensive experience or our team. Each tip is outlined in detail, including pictures and or drawings where appropriate. There are a couple of things to note in order to use these tips effectively. All tips are written for Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 versions 4.1 and higher. Some tips should be used with great care and caution. If you are ever in any doubt as to how to use the information provided, please contact our Award Winning Support Center.  Click here for options on contacting our Support Center.

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Mark Hallberg, Denver Consultant

Mark Hallberg has been with the company since 2006 and works out of our Denver office. His technical background and ability to resolve tough business issues are greatly appreciated by his customers. Mark is an avid outdoorsman, biking the mountain passes in the summertime and skiing the Colorado back country in the winter time. Mark and his wife Lori have an 11 year old daughter, Allison, that loves competitive horseback riding.

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