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Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 Sales Order Module
Sales Order Processing is the center of activity for distribution organizations. No other activity is as important as accurately and efficiently accepting your customers’ orders, shipping the products, and recording the receivables. The Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 Sales Order Processing module is a sophisticated, powerful, feature rich tool for managing all aspects of your sales relationship with your customers.

To record customer sales orders, a wide variety of data is needed from customer addresses, credit instructions, item availability, current pricing, prior customer purchase activity, alternate items, freight options, and much more. The Sage MAS 90 Sales Order Processing module makes the necessary data readily available. Accurate picking and packing of orders is vital to control costs and ensure customer satisfaction. Sales Order Processing offers a complete Shipping Data Entry function with many safeguards to increase accuracy. As customer orders are filled and completed, an efficient mechanism for generating invoices is needed. Sales Order Processing provides a number of options for generating invoices, either as a batch or individually.

The Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 Sales Order Processing module. A powerhouse of functionality in a user-friendly package.

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Data Entry Screen Shots Utilities Integration
Forms Transaction History Inquires Features
Report Examples Other Reports
Operational Flexibility
Suppress Cost Display With flexible set up options, you can elect to suppress the display of cost values during Sales Order Entry and Invoice Data Entry. Noninventory Processing The Sales Order Processing module may be used independently of the Inventory Management module. The Miscellaneous Charge Maintenance feature lets you create and maintain miscellaneous charge codes and miscellaneous item codes for services that are not inventory items.
Non-Stock Items Special items, perhaps those sold one time only, and not contained in your inventory, are easily added to orders and invoices. Sales Kit Processing Sales kits defined in Inventory Management of Bill of Materials modules can be created and maintained during order and invoice entry. Component items can be automatically exploded and then added, changed, or deleted during data entry.
Sales Tax and Discount Calculations These calculations are performed automatically using the rates assigned to the customer in the Accounts Receivable module.  
Data Entry Features
Alternate Items/Alternate Warehouse
When orders are entered for out of stock items or quantities in excess of that available, a list of alternate items can be displayed. Additionally, alternate warehouses may be queried for their available stock.
Automatic Freight Calculation
Freight is calculated using a rate table or on a flat rate basis using weight multiplied by rate. Seamless integration with Star Ship is available to fully support UPS, Federal Express, and other prominent carriers.
Automatic Order Numbers and Invoice Numbers The next sequential number can be assigned with a mouse click during order entry and invoice entry. Item Search Tools A variety of tools for locating the item your customer is looking for is available during data entry. At the click of your mouse, you may search for an item by: number, description, product line, and procurement method. If the customer has a unique part number, use the Alias item listing and search function. Another quick click will list Kit/Bill items. Alternatively, elect to list the customer’s purchase history, showing just what this customer has ordered before.
Line Discounts A discount percentage may be entered for each line during order and invoice entry. Back Orders Back orders can be generated using Invoice Data Entry, when the order is shipped incomplete. During Order Entry, the order may be specified as a Back Order if it is expected that all items are out of stock. As individual item lines are entered, and the quantity ordered is not available, that quantity in excess of the available quantity may be designated as back ordered. The Daily Back Order Report details all back orders on file by item or by customer.
On-the-fly Additions New customers and item numbers may be entered on-the-fly during Sales Order Entry and Invoice Data Entry provided uninterrupted data entry. Shipping Data Entry True pick and pack functionality. The Shipping Data Entry screen allows designated shippers to enter an order number and then indicate quantities shipped. Lot and serialized items may be distributed here. A handy “ship complete” button saves entry time when the order is to be fully satisfied. Item Packaging feature allows you to designate which package each item is packed in, and supports dividing the shipped quantity between multiple packages. Highly precise setup options control whether the Shipper can change order attributes such as shipping address or warehouse, whether over shipment is allowed, whether alternate items are allowed, etc. Full support for bar code scanning of items is offered.
Invoice Batch Entry, Print, and Update Multiple invoice entry sessions may take place simultaneously; each assigned a unique batch number. Each batch can be printed and updated independently of other batches. The individual batch totals may be viewed. Lot/Serial Numbers For inventory items with a lot or serial valuation method, the operator will select the correct lot/serial numbers during Invoice Data Entry.
Master Orders Create Master Orders for a large quantity order that is to be shipped over a period of time. New standard orders are issued against the master orders to facilitate the shipment and invoicing of selected items. A cycle code may be referenced on the Master Order and used by the timesaving Auto Generate Order Selection utility. Comment Lines Multiple comment lines can be entered on individual orders and invoices. Additionally, “standard” comments can be retrieved using a simple entry code, saving valuable time.
Multiple Ship To Addresses Select from multiple ship to addresses from the Customer masterfile during Order and Invoice Data Entry. Optimized Data Entry The logical, intuitive arrangement of Sales Order Entry and Invoice Data Entry accelerate routing order processing. A tab feature allows you to indicate which fields are to be accessed or skipped. The item description and General Ledger Sales and Cost of Goods Sold accounts can be overridden during data entry as necessary.
Price Quotes Price Quotes may be entered in the same format as standard orders are entered, with the same features and functionality. Quotes may be later converted to standard orders. Promise Date by Line Item Each line during Sales Order Entry offers a Promise Date. The date prints on the Open Sales Order Report and the Open Orders by Item Report. To enable you to see a listing of items promised within a specific date range, the Open Orders by Promise Date Report is available.
Repeating Orders Data entry is streamlined for customers who routinely order the same items by the use of Repeating Orders. A cycle code may be referenced on the Repeating Order and used by the timesaving Auto Generate Order Selection utility.  
Screen Shots
Sales Order Entry- Main Credit limit warning or credit history window
Sales Order Entry- Address Sales Order Entry- Lines
Customer last purchase history window Additional data entry fields on the line
Entry exceeds available quantity window Alternate item selection
Item price lookup Sales Order Entry- Total
Invoice Data Entry - Main Invoice Data Entry - Lines
Invoice Data Entry - Addresses Invoice Data Entry - Total
Auto Generate Invoice Selection  
Shipping Data Entry Shipping Data Entry - Lines
Shipping Data Entry - Package Tracking Maintenance Shipping Data Entry - Item Packing Maintenance
Sales Order Options - Main Sales Order Options - Additional
Sales Order Options - Recaps Sales Order Options - History
Sales Order Options - Integration  
Customer Last Purchase Maintenance Shipping Setup Options - Main
Shipping Setup Options - Additional Cancel/Reason Code Maintenance
Useful Utilities
Automatic Generation of Invoices Invoices may be generated automatically for a selected range of sales orders. Automatic Generation of Orders Orders may be generated automatically from either Master or Repeating Orders. Select a cycle code and ranges of customers, salespersons, sales order numbers, and sales order dates.
Integration With Other Sage MAS 90 or Sage MAS 200 Modules
Purchase Order Purchase Orders may be automatically generated based on Sales Order demand. Accounts Receivable Customer information is used throughout Sales Order, and new customers may be added on-the-fly from Sales Order entry functions. Sales Order Invoices are updated automatically to the receivables module. Credit limit checking is performed during order and invoice entry. The Accounts Receivable module is required for use of Sales Order Processing.
Inventory Management Inventory items may be sold during order and invoice entry and their attributes viewed. Inventory tracks the quantity on sales order. New inventory items may be added on-the-fly during order and invoice entry.  
COD Labels COD Label Printing uses information entered in Invoice Data Entry or Shipping Data Entry to print COD labels. Shipping Entry Label Print shipping labels using information from Shipping Data Entry
Order Printing Sales Order Printing uses information entered in Sales Order Entry to produce standard sales orders, back orders, blanket master orders, price quotes, and repeating order confirmations. Invoice Printing Invoice Printing uses information entered in Invoice Data Entry, or Shipping Data Entry to produce invoices, credit memos, and debit memos that can be mailed to your customers.
Packing Lists Produce packing lists from information entered in Shipping Data Entry. Print a master packing list and additional packing lists based on the contents of each box. Flexible printing options support either automatic printing as the shipment is accepted, or printing each individual shipper’s batch. Picking Sheets Items ordered can be printed by warehouse, with a separate Picking Sheet by warehouse assisting the processing of orders. Item on the order may be sorted by bin location, item number or line number.
Transaction History
Detailed Invoice History From the Invoice History Inquiry option, you may view both summary and detailed invoice history information, including invoice header information and line item detail. Use this option for rapid access to invoice information when handling customer phone inquiries. Order and Quotation History Save orders after invoicing, and save canceled orders and quotes for “lost sale” analysis. When an order or quote is deleted, a cancellation code may be entered which may be reported upon later. Use these codes to indicate reasons such as: better price found, insufficient quantity, etc. Within the history files, you can elect to preserve summary data, or line detail.
Sales History Reporting Daily and Monthly sales history reports provide sales, cost, and gross profit information by customer, by item, or by customer and product line. Shipping History Inquiry Shipping History Inquiry function lets you search for and locate orders which have shipped. Search for a package by order number, customer po number, ship date, etc. The Shipping History Report offers a hard copy look at the shipping history.
Customer Last Purchase Maintenance The Customer Last Purchase Maintenance option is used to display and maintain item purchase history information for customers. As sale transactions are updated, the information is automatically updated, storing detailed information such as item number, price, quantity, invoice number, date. During Order Entry, this information may be viewed with one click of the mouse, and the operator may select an item from the list, and even search the listing by item number, description, date, or other attributes. The database may be manually maintained as desired as well. Inquiry Options The Accounts Receivable Customer Inquiry, Invoice History Inquiry, and Inventory Inquiry options can be accessed directly from the Sales Order Inquiries menu. Provides rapid access to the information important during order processing activity.
Item Zoom During order entry, a handy button provides a quick inquiry into Inventory Inquiry, offering a full view at every attribute of the item entered. Special Entry Options While adding items to an order, a special options button is available offering the following options: Item Status (quantity on hand, available, etc.), Price Lookup (shows item pricing matrix and allows quantity to be entered to see results of volume pricing), Alternate Item Selection (displays alternate items setup for the selected item), Alternate Warehouse Selection (shows quantity available in alternate warehouses and allows selection of an alternate).
Excess Quantity Options When the quantity ordered exceeds the quantity available, you are presented with a list of options: Accept, Balance, Alternate Item, Cancel, Alternate Warehouse, and Backorder.
Rich Feature Set
Alias Item Numbers Customer specific inventory alias item number can be accessed in Sales Order Entry and Invoice Data Entry. When an alias item number is selected, the corresponding inventory item number is entered automatically in the Item Number field. The alias item numbers can be printed on sales order forms. Customer Credit Limit Checking As an order is created in order entry, an automatic credit check is performed as soon as the customer number is entered. During Invoice Data Entry, the credit limit check is performed as an order number to be invoiced is entered. The limit check is performed again after line items have been entered to ensure the current transaction does not cause the customer to exceed their limit. A password may be required to override the credit limit. In addition, the customer’s credit limit and aging information can be displayed at any time.
Customer Deposits Customer deposits for sales orders can be recorded and later applied against the order balance as the order is invoiced. Salesperson Commissions The commission structure is flexible and may be based on a percentage of sale, percentage of cost, or percentage of gross profit. The commission rate may vary by inventory item. Commissions may be split among up to five separate salespersons. An override commission can be applied for sales managers.
Customer Memos View and maintain customer memos during data entry. Individual memos may be flagged to automatically pop up during data entry, ensuring they are viewed. Drop Ship Items Items on Sales Orders and Invoices may be flagged for drop shipment to customers. The Daily Drop Ship Report itemizes all items to drop ship directly by the vendor to the customer.
Item Pricing Pricing for individual items is calculated automatically using the item price code, customer price level, and quantity ordered. Extended Item Description Extended item descriptions can be entered for inventory items, miscellaneous items, and special items using Sales Order Entry and Invoice Data Entry. The descriptions may be overridden from their masterfile values to be unique to the individual order being entered.
Gross Margin Checking and Display Elect to display gross margins during data entry to permit salespersons to see how much latitude may be allowed in offering special pricing. Set a minimum margin below which a password is required to override. Sales Unit of Measure Conversion The conversion between the sales unit of measure and the items’ stocking unit of measure is performed automatically. Further, you may change the unit of measure during data entry.
User Defined Fields (UDFs) for Line Items Create UDFs on sales orders, invoices, and in history files. UDFs for inventory items will flow from the item’s masterfile to the sales order.
Package Tracking
Collect and store shipper’s tracking number and a comment for each package. Add a quick link to your shipper’s (UPS, FedEx) website.
The Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 Sales Order Processing module is rich with reporting tools. Where appropriate, the reports have multiple selection and sorting capabilities—providing a large variety of report offerings. Each report includes a Preview capability allowing you to ‘print’ the report to screen before committing to the printer. From the Preview option, copy the report to the Windows clipboard, making sharing the report’s data with other applications easy! Use the Find and Zoom options to quickly view just the data you’re looking for.
Daily Backorder Report

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Details back orders generated during the update of the day’s invoices. Sorted by inventory item, this report is valuable for determining what’s on back order. Daily Sales Recap Reports

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A collection of informative reports recapping the day’s invoicing activity by customer, division, item product line, warehouse, etc.
Open Sales Order Report

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Offered in both detail and summary form, the Open Sales Order by item report aids in tracking open orders pending processing and shipping. Open Orders by Item Report

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Prints sales order data sorted by item number. When used with Inventory Management reports, it can help determine which products should be reordered.
Customer Sales History Report

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Provides sales information for selected customers for up to 13 periods. An easy to read visual representation of dollars sold and profit percentages. Daily Sales Journal

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The Daily Sales Journal is an audit report itemizing all information entered in Invoice Data Entry. It is the first step in the file update process and offers a chance to check for errors before posting.
Daily Shipment Report

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Use the Daily Shipment Report to provide an audit trail of all shipments entered in Shipping Data Entry. Sales Order Recap

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The Sales Order Recap provides a listing of order numbers entered using Sales Order Entry. The recap information can be retained indefinitely or purged during period-end processing. Deleted order numbers, as well as processed order numbers, are included in this report. A valuable activity audit tool.
Other Reports
Daily Transaction Register General Ledger Posting Recap Open Orders by Promise Date Picking Sheets
Packing Lists Sales Invoices C.O.D. Labels Shipping Labels
Back Order Report Monthly Sales Recap by Product Line Monthly Sales Recap by Warehouse Monthly Sales Recap by Warehouse/Product Line
Monthly Sales Recap by Division Daily Drop Ship Report Daily Gross Profit Journal Tax Journal Detail Report
Tax Journal Summary Report Auto Generate Orders Register Sales Order/Quote History Report Lot/Serial Number History Report
Shipping History Report

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