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Sicon Barcoding & Warehousing is integrated in real time with the Sage 200 stock and order processing modules, plus it fully supports all of the Sicon additions.
Sicon manufacturing addition is made up of job costing, works order processing & estimating modules
Provides a manufacturing solution including suggested works orders, suggested purchase orders and more.
It provides enhanced functionality to the Sage 200 BOM module and is an ideal addition for clients in manufacturing.
Create single level parts lists using Sage 200 stock items that can be allocated and issued to make a finished product.
Sicon Shop Floor Data Capture allows real-time capture of operation progress and elapsed times.
Capture costs from purchase orders, invoices, stock issues and labour to create reliable and accurate costings
Integrating with Purchase ledger, SOP, POP, Stock, Time Recording & Works Order Processing.
Allows user to scan & retrieve documents while they work in Sage 200, with no additional document management software.
WAP - Web Authorisation allows easy data entry and approval processing for business documents.
Allow users to carry out purchase invoice apportionment, nominal journals, cash transfers & stock transfers.
Log service cases within Sage 200 to help manage and increase profitability of service contracts
Manage your Fixed Assets with this fully integrated asset management solution for Sage 200.
Sicon has created over 90 enhancements for Sage 200 that are too small to become products on their own.
Reduce stock holdings, manage seasonal trends, increase telesales productivity and incorporate sales forecasting within future stock projections.
Designed to track changes to fields in core modules such as nominal, sales, purchase & cash book.
Easily create hire documentation, schedule people and equipment, control pricing and generate one off or periodic invoices for the items on hire.
Designed to control periodic billing of clients and the management of deferred revenues and costs.
Design your cash flow format including bank accounts, sales, purchase, orders, nominal and ad-hoc spending.
The Sicon Debtor Management module makes collecting funds simpler, faster and more efficient for you and your customers to manage.
With online subcontractor verification, CIS submissions and production of payment certificates
A simple contact management system with notes, actions, tasks and reminders plus simple Mobile and e-marketing integration.
WAP HR module provides a simple system for storage of Company document, recording absences and holidays, next of kin detail and training records.=
Raise holiday requests based on annual entitlements, conflicting user checks, mandatory holidays/shutdowns and departmental rules.
Raise sales orders using Sage 200 customers, stock items or free text, projects and price book.
Automatically picks up Sage 200 unauthorised invoices along with document images from Sicon DMS or Spindle Document Capture.
Raise purchase requisitions using Sage 200 suppliers, Nominal’s, stock items or free text, Project’s and budgets.
Our finance additions include Intercompany Transactions, Cash Flow Manager, Audit Log, Direct Debit Integration, Task & Contact Manager and Contract Manager.
In recent years Sicon has grown to become one of the leading Sage developers in the UK. We specialise in developing our own complimentary software products designed to integrate with the Sage Accounting.View all Products
Award Winning Support Services
All of our support team are highly trained experts. We offer both phone or remote support. All our product documentation is available online for you to view 24/7 whether you are a client or not!
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All Sicons’ help and user guides are online to help you install and use Sicon Products.View Support Guides
Our Development Strategy
At Sicon we take the development of our products very seriously. With many hundreds of organisations and many thousands of users relying on them on a daily basis it is essential that they are up to the job.
Our Development Approach
Our products are in a four monthly cycle, but will receive Hot Fix updates for bug fixes and minor product changes to release versions throughout the year. At the start of the cycle we will review the wish list and known issues and prioritise these into the work plan for the development phase. In addition to this, we often have entirely new features that are being added to the products; these will generally be included in the new features section ahead of time.
At the end of the development cycle, the products are fully tested and documented in the online Help and User Guides before being officially released as a new version.
During the development cycle (between official release versions), there will be pre-release versions available to Business Partners and clients who wish to use new features as they are added. These versions will not have documentation added to the web site help and user guides for the new features and will not go through the full testing process until the end of the development cycle, but will be suitable for demonstration & testing purposes. They will include selected Wish List items and project specific functionality.
We will install these versions onto live systems where the new features are needed but clients should be aware that there is a small risk associated with using a pre-release version. The risk is small or we would not allow it, but where the benefit outweighs the risk we are happy to work with clients to deliver improvements to the products early (if Customers do not wish to have a pre-release version, they will need to wait for the release version to become available). This version will not be available for Business Partners to download, but will be available where we are working on joint projects and developing specific functionality.
All product documentation will be made available in the Sicon Help & User Guides. This will become the online help for all products as they go through the next development cycle. This area will include installation instructions, things to think about before starting to implement the product and helpful hints/tips to get the most from our products.
These guides will be updated with each development cycle, which may result in users of older versions seeing newer user guides. To make this clear there is a release note section explaining what new features have been added in each version so that users can identify if an upgrade is required or if the missing item is an option setting issue.
We will share known issues with our business partners and clients so that if you come across a problem you can quickly see if we are already aware of it and when it will be dealt with.
The release notes are generally a bit ‘techie’, but they do include a list of what fixes are included in each new release of the software. New features and functionality may also be included in this list.Sicon Product Release Notes
Product Request for Change
We release our products in a four monthly cycle for all of our modules in February, June and October annually. The cut-off point for planning new features to be added into the new product releases is December for February release, April for June release and August for October release. We review not only Customer/Business Partner requests for change and wish lists, but also our own internal working list of features we wish to add to the module.
For more information, please refer to the Sicon Request for Change Policy below.Sicon Request for Change Policy
For more information on any of our products, please contact your business partner. All our business partners have access to all our products and support.
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