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Microsoft Dynamics vendors provide comparisons and opinions to professionals in the ERP/Accounting software selection process

 
 

 

As the economy continues to improve and businesses expand, they may be limited to address their companies’ needs from a lack of functionality in their existing entry level accounting systems.  Businesses that begins to diversify and grow in complexity often need more than basic bookkeeping and backward looking reporting to stay competitive, efficient and profitable. […]

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This year many employers will be required to do 1095-C reporting in order to be compliant with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). One of the first things to consider is what do I need to do to be compliant for year-end reporting? In other words, find out what is required for year-end reporting for your […]

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Your Business is Being Held Back If you're finding it hard to meet customer’s expectations, keep up with business demand, or just simply can’t close out each month without pushing your team to the brink, then it's time to make a change. Growing Pain #10: Bottom-line, your Entry-Level Accounting is Holding you Back QuickBooks and […]

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  Choosing and implementing ERP Software can seem overwhelming and stressful. We've boiled down the path to ERP Software success to a few steps that will simplify the way you look at the ERP software selection process.   Ask colleagues what ERP software they use and why they like and dislike it. Gaining that valuable […]

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Role-based dashboards make it easier to stay in touch with your business and help to keep you on top of what you need to do in your job.  Self-service dashboards let you change the data you are looking at, change the way you see the information, let you drill-down to transaction-level details or aggregate data […]

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Failed software projects are a well-documented risk in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) industry. A straightforward and mature solution like Microsoft Dynamics® GP obviously presents a much smaller risk profile than a mega-suite, and ideally, installing a barcoding solution for inventory or asset control should be even less risky. But when you are extending Dynamics GP […]

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The headline may be a tad harsh – obviously the hope is you will succeed – but failed implementations of Microsoft Dynamics GP can be headed off early if you avoid these mistakes: You want a fixed fee implementation. It's simple, if you put a fixed price on the costs of implementation, then you are placing […]

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In a new executive brief by Patrick Small of Ascentium Capital, Patrick lays out the concepts software buyers and value added resellers (VARs) need to understand to intelligently get involved with leasing hardware and software. Unlike other finance methods, did you know leasing will cover all of your hardware and software costs as opposed to a […]

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Your Most Valuable Asset, Your People, is Losing Productivity  With entry-level accounting solutions, like QuickBooks or Peachtree, you’ve gone beyond a pen and paper to automate processes and better manage your business. Although the familiar clicking of keyboards may sound productive, disparate software programs reduces the productivity of your people and limits insight into overall business […]

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“While it is true that (ERP) implementations can go wrong, it’s also true that failure can often be avoided if company leaders simply learn from others’ mistakes.” This is a quote from a new eBook from Software Advice: “How to Avoid ERP Implementation Failure: Success Stories and Key Considerations”. The author, Forrest Burnson, a Market […]

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