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BroadPoint Technologies, LLC

Taking Microsoft Dynamics GP to the Cloud


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    Last year, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 arrived with much fanfare and has continued to carry tremendous momentum throughout 2011.  As more and more small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) consider new accounting systems for their organizations, many are wondering if now is the right time to move their ERP systems to the Cloud.  And now these same organizations have an opportunity to get the best of both worlds:  Microsoft Dynamics GP operating in the Cloud.

    BroadPoint and NextCorp/SMB Suite are presenting a discussion on the business case for moving Dynamics GP to the Cloud, and why some organizations think this is THE new way of doing business.  Speakers Steven Kane (BroadPoint) and Joanna Luttjohann (NextCorp/SMB Suite) will discuss the many benefits of moving Dynamics GP to the cloud including greatly reduced IT budgets, drastically improved Return on Investment (ROI), and elimination of technology management burdens.

    The discussion will show how organizations can:

    • Improve their financial model with reduced upfront investment and monthly pricing
    • Grow their business by reducing IT costs and minimizing support infrastructure
    • Experience lower costs per user and faster deployments through a Managed Service Model

    In addition, our speakers will detail the specific steps organizations can take to bring Dynamics GP to the Cloud.  Contact Steven Kane at 301-634-2404 or [email protected] to find out how BroadPoint Technologies, the mid-Atlantic’s largest Dynamics GP partner, can help you take Dynamics GP to the Cloud at your organization.

    by BroadPoint Technologies, Virginia Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner

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