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MAS90 Multiple Companies MERGE

MAS90 Multiple Companies MERGE

MAS90 Multiple Companies MERGE

Is there a way to merge two companies together?  We had a system crash during Payroll.  While we were waiting on the SERVER to be repaired, we had to set up a company with just the payroll information in it.  We used that to run our payroll.  In the meantime, the original company was restored but we had done quite a bit of work that can't be re-entered manually into one company.  Is there a way to merge company ABC with BCD without losing current stuff in BCD?

RE: MAS90 Multiple Companies MERGE

You should be posting on the Sage Community at:

There is no means that I know of to merge transaction data from two companies although you can merge master file information. You only option might be to export the data and then import into transaction entry and post.

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