I want some who know about sage 50

Anonymous
timer Asked: Mar 2nd, 2018
account_balance_wallet $30

Question description

read that and write about sage 50

sage 50 description/evaluation

and make it sample

answer all requirment please

REQUIREMENTS: SAGE 50 (FORMERLY PEACHTREE) Perform the tasks listed below and enter your responses in the table template. 1. Getting Started. Access the software and open a sample company. a. Locate Sage 50 Accounting on the lab computer and open the application. b. If you are using Sage 50 in one of the computer labs, a window will open and ask whether you want to open an existing company, create a new company, or under “Other Tasks”, explore a sample company or convert from another accounting program. Select “explore a sample company.” A window will open and ask what sample company you want to explore. For the purposes of this assignment, select “Bellwether Garden Supply”. c. The application will open the sample company data for the sample company you selected. A window entitled “What’s New” may open; you may close this window (You can access it later by clicking the “Help” dropdown on the menu bar). 2. Help Resources. Familiarize yourself with available help, support, and learning resources. a. Click the “Help” on the tool bar under the title bar at the top of the screen and select “Help”. Explore then provide a brief description of the help resources provided here. b. Click the “Help” on the tool bar under the title bar at the top of the screen and then select “Setup guide”. Provide a brief description of the guidance provided here. c. Click the “Help” on the tool bar under the title bar at the top of the screen and then select “Show Me How”, scroll to the bottom of the page and click the link for “Training”. Find support/training resources for “Sage 50 Accounting”. Provide a brief description of the guidance provided. d. Click the “Help” on the tool bar under the title bar at the top of the screen and then select “Customer Support and Service”. Explore then provide a brief description of the support resources provided here. e. Comment on the adequacy of available help resources. Is adequate help provided? Explain. Are the help resources useful? Explain. 3. Structure. Familiarize yourself with structure within the application. Explore the dropdown menus on the menu bar and the buttons on the functions pane to assess the interface, structure, and navigation. a. Briefly describe the application interface. What does it look like? Can you customize it? b. Briefly describe the structure of the application. How is the application organized? c. Briefly describe navigation within the application. How do you access various functions? 4. Basic Functionality. Familiarize yourself with the modules and capabilities/features of the application by examining the content, tasks, lists, documents and/or reports associated with each of the functional pages accessible from the menu pane. a. Examine the “Business Status” page. i. What information can be viewed? ii. Can you customize this page? Explain. iii. How might this page be useful? b. Examine the “Customers and Sales” module. i. What transaction information can be viewed? ii. To what transaction cycle(s)/subcycle(s) does “Customers and Sales” relate? iii. What transaction tasks can be performed? Review the tasks necessary to view customers, create a new customer record, create a sales order, create a sales invoice, and receive payments. Briefly comment on the ease with which these tasks are performed. iv. What business documents are associated with this module? c. Examine the “Vendors and Purchases” module i. What transaction information can be viewed? ii. To what transaction cycle(s)/subcycle(s) does “Vendor and Purchases” relate? iii. What transaction tasks can be performed? Review the tasks necessary to view vendors, create a new vendor record, create a purchase order, enter payables, and record payments. Briefly comment on the ease with which these tasks are performed. iv. What business documents are associated with this module? d. Examine the “Inventory and Services” module i. What transaction information can be viewed? ii. To what transaction cycle(s)/subcycle(s) does “Inventory and Services” relate? iii. What transaction tasks can be performed? Review the tasks necessary to add new inventory items, order inventory, and receive inventory. Briefly comment on the ease with which these tasks are performed. iv. What business documents are associated with this module? e. Examine the “Employees and Payroll” module. i. What transaction information can be viewed? ii. To what transaction cycle(s)/subcycle(s) does “Employees and Payroll” relate? iii. What transaction tasks can be performed? Review the tasks necessary to create add a new employee, edit employees, and pay employees. Briefly comment on the ease with which these tasks are performed. iv. What business documents are associated with this module? f. Examine the “Banking” module. i. What transaction information can be viewed? ii. To what transaction cycle(s)/subcycle(s) does “Banking” relate? iii. What transaction tasks can be performed? Review the tasks necessary pay bills. Briefly comment on the ease with which this tasks is performed. iv. What business documents are associated with this module? g. Examine the “Reports & Forms” module (see dropdown menu). i. What key accounting reports are available from this menu? ii. Briefly comment on the adequacy of the reporting capabilities of this application. h. Examine the “System” module. i. What information can be viewed? ii. What is the apparent purpose of this module? 5. Evaluation. Briefly summarize your assessment of the accounting capabilities of Sage 50. a. Assess interface/structure/navigation. Is interface/structure/navigation logical and intuitive? Explain. b. Assess functionality. Does the application contain appropriate software modules? Do these modules contain appropriate features (i.e., capabilities)? Explain. c. Assess ease of use. Is the application simple to use? Explain. d. Would you recommend this application to an acquaintance or business? Briefly explain. 6. Discussion. Be prepared to briefly share your analysis with the class (3-5 minutes). Use the table template below to present responses (add rows and/or expand cell space as needed). Note: Do NOT alter table formatting (alignment, fonts, headers, or margins). SAGE 50 ANALYSIS Requirement Attribute a. Help b. Setup 2. Help/Learning c. Support/Training d. Customer Support e. Adequacy 3. Structure a. Interface Description/Evaluation 4. Functionality 5. Evaluation b. Structure c. Navigation a. Business Status i. Info Available ii. Customizability iii. Usefulness b. Customers/Sales i. Trans Info ii. Trans Cycle/Subcycles iii. Trans Tasks iv. Business Docs/Reports c. Vendors/Purchases i. Trans Info ii. Trans Cycle/Subcycles iii. Trans Tasks iv. Docs/Reports d. Inventory/Services i. Trans Info ii. Trans Cycle/Subcycles iii. Trans Tasks iv. Docs/Reports e. Employees/Payroll i. Trans Info ii. Trans Cycle/Subcycles iii. Trans Tasks iv. Docs/Reports f. Banking i. Trans Info ii. Trans Cycle/Subcycles iii. Trans Tasks iv. Docs/Reports g. Reports i. Acctg Reports Available ii. Reporting Adequacy h. System i. Info ii. Purpose a. Interface b. Functionality c. Ease of Use d. Recommend?

Tutor Answer

Professor_Markins
School: UCLA

It has been great working with you right from the start to the end. I wish you all the best in your academics. Feel free to ask me any question in the future.

REQUIREMENTS: SAGE 50 (FORMERLY PEACHTREE)
Perform the tasks listed below and enter your responses in the table template.
1. Getting Started. Access the software and open a sample company.
a. Locate Sage 50 Accounting on the lab computer and open the application.
b. If you are using Sage 50 in one of the computer labs, a window will open and ask
whether you want to open an existing company, create a new company, or under “Other
Tasks”, explore a sample company or convert from another accounting program. Select
“explore a sample company.” A window will open and ask what sample company you
want to explore. For the purposes of this assignment, select “Bellwether Garden Supply”.
c. The application will open the sample company data for the sample company you selected.
A window entitled “What’s New” may open; you may close this window (You can access
it later by clicking the “Help” dropdown on the menu bar).
2. Help Resources. Familiarize yourself with available help, support, and learning resources.
a. Click the “Help” on the tool bar under the title bar at the top of the screen and select
“Help”. Explore then provide a brief description of the help resources provided here.
The Help resources provided here include the Hide, Back, Forward, Home, Print and
Glossary icons. The features as mentioned above all fall on in the first line of this “Help”
new window. Below the above features, there are three clickable icons. The three icons
are the “Content,” “Index” and “Search.” Upon clicking them, they perform exact
actions as their name suggests.

b. Click the “Help” on the tool bar under the title bar at the top of the screen and then select
“Setup guide”. Provide a brief description of the guidance provided here.
c. Click the “Help” on the tool bar under the title bar at the top of the screen and then select
“Show Me How”, scroll to the bottom of the page and click the link for “Training”. Find
support/training resources for “Sage 50 Accounting”. Provide a brief description of the
guidance provided.
Upon clicking the “Help” option then “Show Me How” and lastly the “Training” icon, I
was unable to observe any information. I got an error message in a new window
indicating the result shown below:

d. Click the “Help” on the tool bar under the title bar at the top of the screen and then select
“Customer Support and Service”. Explore then provide a brief description of the support
resources provided here.
e. Comment on the adequacy of available help resou...

flag Report DMCA
Review

Anonymous
Excellent job

Similar Questions
Hot Questions
Related Tags

Brown University





1271 Tutors

California Institute of Technology




2131 Tutors

Carnegie Mellon University




982 Tutors

Columbia University





1256 Tutors

Dartmouth University





2113 Tutors

Emory University





2279 Tutors

Harvard University





599 Tutors

Massachusetts Institute of Technology



2319 Tutors

New York University





1645 Tutors

Notre Dam University





1911 Tutors

Oklahoma University





2122 Tutors

Pennsylvania State University





932 Tutors

Princeton University





1211 Tutors

Stanford University





983 Tutors

University of California





1282 Tutors

Oxford University





123 Tutors

Yale University





2325 Tutors