I do not have a green thumb but it hasn’t stopped me from attempting to garden. About ten years ago, I decided it would be wonderful to have a lemon and lime tree. While that doesn’t sound terribly complicated, I do live in Maine so my potted trees have to spend much of the time inside and they do require some shuffling around which isn’t that easy especially now that they’ve grown in size. But, they are still alive and I have been able to make key lime pie – once. Unfortunately, I really don’t invest the time and energy I should to help them thrive. I think we often treat our software investments the same way. We keep them “alive” and know how to do enough to get by but they’re not thriving. For that we need to invest time and money to help us optimize our use of the system and with everything else on our plates it’s not something we do as often as we should.
Taking the time to sit in on a class, or learning how to use a new area of the software, can really help you maximize your software investment. Soft Trac offers a variety of classes both on-site and remote as well as customized training for more specialized needs. Please visit our training catalog: http://www.softtrac.com/training_catalog.asp to see the range of classes that we offer.
And for those of you who are new to the Sage 100 Fund Accounting software, please join us for one of our monthly free orientation webinars. Our next one is scheduled for Thursday, June 13, 2013: http://www.softtrac.com/View_Class.asp?ClassID=845
We want you to thrive with your software. I know if I took the time and invested more in my trees I might be able to enjoy key lime pie more often.