8 September 2017
Sapman v12 is an ever improving product with exciting new features being added constantly. As a result we have had to change Sapman v12’s minimum system requirement to, .NET Framework 4.5.2. This will mean that your server and all client PCs which use Sapman v12 will need to be updated to the latest version of the .NET Framework.
Updating is easy, and there is a chance you already have the required version. To update to the latest version follow the link below to download and run an installer and then follow the on screen steps.
If you already have the higher version of .NET you will be told when you run the installer.
We have also recently changed our minimum requirement of SQL Server version to SQL Server 2012.
If you have any issues or questions, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
6 June 2017
We are enjoying 3 days at the NEC showing subcontractor manufacturing companies the benefits of our Sapman v12 ERP system. What is interesting is that so many businesses were thinking that they needed to upgrade from Sage 50 to Sage 200.
They now know they don’t if they use Sapman v12 for their main business operations and procedures – saving serious money!!
30 March 2017
Thanks to everyone who visited our stand at the Southern Manufacturing Show last week. We had an amazing show and met some wonderful manufacturing companies. We look forward to helping you all with your ERP projects.
15 January 2017
We now supply single user versions of Sapman v12 completely free of charge. For micro businesses and start-ups that want an advanced stock control system – or SOP, POP, BOM and MRP and all the other features that Sapman v12 offers – they can use pedigree manufacturing software for free until they grow into a bigger business requiring more users.
15 November 2016
One of our clients, Sabre Controls, have just gone live with Sapman v12. This is what they had to say:
15 October 2016
Over the past 20 years their innovative products have helped drive scanning electron microscopy technology, enabled detailed materials analysis for quality assurance or regulatory compliance and facilitated advances in x-ray analytical techniques.