10th April 2017

AlphaLogix News – Sage 2017 Summit, London

AlphaLogix regularly attends corporate events hosted by Sage. The knowledge and insight that we obtain from these events is disseminated by our teams of Product Specialists, Consultants, Support Technicians and Developers, and we all benefit from this. However the Sage Summit London hosted at ExCeL (the international conventions centre), was promoted to be “…the most personalized, interactive learning experience on earth.” and it did not disappoint.   From industry leaders in ERP and CRM software to Business Partners, entrepreneurs, developers […]
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5th January 2017

AlphaLogix Services – Sage 200 Training

Providing training is one of the duties that attracted me to the Product Specialist role and it’s one of the many services that we enjoy providing at AlphaLogix. From Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems such as Sage 200 to Customer Relationship Management systems such as Sage CRM, we provide training on a wide range of powerful systems. In a previous blog we wrote about the modular nature of Sage 200, providing businesses with only those elements of the system that […]
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19th August 2016

Sage CRM Tips – Interactive Dashboards

Administrators of Sage CRM will agree that almost every part of the system is customisable. Many of these customisations can be undertaken by Administrators and Info Managers. I’m going to show you how to customise a Dashboard, adding Gadgets such as Sales Summary Charts and RSS Feeds. There are two types of Dashboard in Sage CRM; Interactive and Classic. In this blog I’ll be looking at the Interactive Dashboard.   Interactive Dashboards This dashboard provides users with information and analysis in […]
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29th April 2016

Clean Data? How clean is your CRM data?

Clean data? Well, just how clean is your CRM data? You might have been using your CRM for some time and getting good results. But Just how clean is your data? At AlphaLogix we see many scenarios that have lead to data in a CRM being far from ideal. How did we get our CRM data into such a state? A spring clean is in order! One of the common problems we see is incomplete data. Often, when people are under […]
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