What topics are ERP software buyers interested in? What are the ERP software trends for 2011? Take a look at the Top 10 ERP Software Blog posts for 2010 to find out:
4829 views | 7 Comments | February 4, 2010 by Rick Feterick, Feterick & Associates, Inc.
With Dynamics GP, you have a number of options when it comes to generating reports. Depending on your specific needs there is usually an appropriate tool. For example, FRx is the reporting tool for generating traditional structured financial statements such as Profit and Loss Statements or Balance Sheets. Dynamics GP Smartlists provide easy access to data in list form that can quickly exported to Excel. And most existing standard reports and forms are created with GP’s Report Writer – which in all honesty is not an exceptionally easy to use or powerful tool.
2575 Views | 5 Comments | February 25, 2010 by Crestwood Associates
Microsoft kicked off their GP2010 Release Readiness in the Chicago area yesterday. There is a lot of excitement about the new release features as well as the product’s integration with other Microsoft products including Office, SharePoint Foundation, SQL Reporting Services and Communicator. The GP 2010 version will be shipped in mid 2010. The top ten features in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 are:
1822 Views | 5 Comments | November 1, 2009 by John Hoyt, Technology Management Concepts
Successful ERP implementation projects don’t just happen and they are not merely the result of good luck. They are the product of good design, proper planning and project management, and the hard work of a dedicated team of professionals.
1749 Views | 4 Comments | February 1, 2010 by Sarah Mueller, DFC Consultants
First let’s clear the air. I had no idea what Wave 14 was…(sorry Microsoft) but have learned that it’s everything relating to the Office 14 suite of products being released this year. Cleverly named; Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, Exchange 2010, and Office Communications Server 2010 (OCS).
1615 Views | 16 Comments | May 26, 2009 by Jeff Pyden, OmniVue
First, you’re probably saying to yourself, “How can they even compare Microsoft Dynamics with NetSuite it’s apples and oranges? NetSuite is a SaaS (Software as a Service) application and Microsoft Dynamics GP isn’t.” But that’s only partly true, while NetSuite is strictly a SaaS application, Microsoft Dynamics GP can be configured either on-premise or on-demand-expertly hosted by a Microsoft Partner. So let’s start our comparison right there.
1448 Views | 4 Comments | April 27, 2010 by Anya Ciecierski, CAL Business Solutions
What happens with 8,500 Microsoft Dynamics customers, partners and employees take over Atlanta? A whole lot of learning and even more fun. This weekend Atlanta hosted the 14th US Microsoft Dynamics Convergence event. The 8,500 attendees included customers using Microsoft Dynamics GP, CRM, SL, AX and NAV. Plus Microsoft partners like us, from CAL Business Solutions, and Microsoft Dynamics employees. And of course the more than 200 ISV partners that participated in a giant expo tradeshow to show their products to the community.
1191 Views | 12 Comments | June 10, 2009 by Steve Kane, Broadpoint Technologies
One of the most critical decisions a growing company can make is the introduction of new technology into its business. There are so many things to think about when considering an ERP implementation that it can be overwhelming. Over my many years of seeing successes and (unfortunately) a few failures of ERP implementations, I have an approach that leads to a more successful outcome.
1153 Views | 2 Comments | August 30, 2010 by Nancy Phillippi, Custom Information Services
As a newbie sales and marketing assistant at Custom Information Services, I kept getting thrown technical terms that I was unable to grasp. That is until I did some research and discovered the easy way to understand and implement such terms or questions as, “What’s the difference between virtualization and cloud computing?” Originally, I couldn’t even tell you the meaning of virtualization or cloud computing, let alone what the differences were. Since we implement and support these technologies I had to understand the definitions quickly!
1136 Views | 4 Comments | February 23, 2010 by Ed Bonaski, Sherwood Systems
A powerful capability of Microsoft Dynamics GP is the ability to integrate data from other sources into GP. Microsoft offers a couple technology solutions; some ISVs have leveraged those to provide tools with more sophisticated front-ends. Microsoft tools for importing data into GP include: the Integration Manager, eConnect, and Web Services.
922 Views | 9 Comments | July 14, 2009 by Nancy Phillippi, Custom Information Services
One part of my job requires that I understand the difference between process and discrete manufacturing and be able to provide the best solution for each industry and process. Most people have no idea these type of manufacturers are very different.
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