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Datacor ERP VB

5 New Programs Added to VB.NET

Five new programs have just been released in .NET with additional features and functionality compared to their Legacy counterparts!  In this Newsbreak, we’re going to dive into these programs, AP Vouchers (AP1), Select Item to Pay (AP2), Cash Receipts (AR1), Cash Receipts GL (AR2), and Future Price Maintenance (PR1).

Posted by Stephanie Phipps

January 21, 2020

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Enhanced Purchasing Features in VB.NET

Four Purchasing (PO) programs have  just been released in VB.NET providing new features and functionality not available in Legacy. In this Newsbreak, we’ll breakdown the new PO programs and introduce a brand-new .NET only module - Purchasing Requisitions (PQ). Lastly, we'll share how the .NET Help file has been improved.

Posted by Caitlin O'Donnell

October 30, 2019

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What's New from InterAXions 2019

It’s official! The 25th annual InterAXions user conference was a great success.  The Datacor ERP V/B team declared 2019 as the year of .NET and offered most workshops, seminars, group discussions, module training, and test track sessions in .NET only.   Here are some highlights from the conference:

Posted by Caitlin O'Donnell

June 5, 2019

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Administration Module - Updated!

Several Administration (AD) programs have been updated in VB.NET providing ease of use, new functionality and greater flexibility.   In this Newsbreak, we’ll breakdown the Administration programs that have been added to .NET and highlight the revised usage for the following programs. Please click the links below to quickly jump to that section of the Newsbreak.

Posted by Caitlin O'Donnell

March 25, 2019

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