How to Hide Price and/or Quantity Info with iSales 100

There are a lot of reasons you may wish to disable inventory item pricing or quantity information on your iSales 100 mobile sales app for Sage 100 ERP. One example– you may want to provide your distribution business customers with an app (instead of a web portal) to inquire about their account. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean you wish to share pricing or available quantities, because (unfortunately) that information can be used against you.

Here are the steps to disable inventory information:

  1. On your computer
    Go to: Sage 100 ERP> xkzero Web Services> Set-up> Remote User Maintenance
    Select: User (User is “DEMO” in the illustration below).
    On the [1. User] tab, in the bottom right panel, check either or both of the appropriate boxes.
  2. On your mobile device
    Open iSales 100.
    Synchronize all data.

You’re all set.


items no price


At xkzero, we believe that people perform best when they are confident, informed, and have a high level of trust in the tools they use. Maybe it’s time for your wholesale distribution business to start gearing up with mobile apps. If your ERP data tells the story of your customers and your inventory, shouldn’t you equip your team to have that information in their pockets?

Contact us at or 847-416-2009, we can help you create a mobile plan that works for you.





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About Paul Ziliak

Paul Ziliak, co-founder of xkzero has helped conceive and launch mobile sales and delivery automation apps for smart phones and tablets. Designed for mid-sized and growing manufacturers and distributors, the xkzero brand apps leverage the power of popular back-end ERP and accounting systems. A registered CPA and former auditor, Paul has spent 20 years designing and implementing ERP and accounting solutions using Sage 100, Sage 500 and Sage X3 in industries such as food and beverage, wholesale distribution, and numerous discrete manufacturing environments. Paul lives in Chicago and is a married father of three sons. An active leader in Illinois CPA Society networking events, Paul has also coached youth baseball since 2007. Websites: Blog: Social media handles: @PaulZiliak @erp_apps