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Sabrina Zimara, DFC Consultants

Is Your Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner Toxic to your Business?


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    Jason Alexander recently gave an interview explaining why his on-screen fiancé on Seinfeld was killed off. While dying from licking toxic envelopes is comedic gold, she didn’t get the boot just for a few laughs. Alexander explained that the chemistry between the actress who played the fiancée Susan and the rest of the cast wasn’t there.

    Your Microsoft partner can be as toxic to your business as those envelopes were to Susan. Many companies face buyer’s remorse and feel like Microsoft Dynamics GP wasn’t the best fit for their business. The workflows don’t work right, processes take longer than expected and navigating the system is cumbersome.

    Instead of looking at Microsoft Dynamics GP as the problem, step back and take a look at your experience with your Microsoft partner. When a partner truly understands how your business functions, they’re able to give you the best solution. Your partner should have also fully trained each member of your team that uses your software.

    If you feel like your Microsoft partner is toxic to your business, or if you want to see if your system could run better, reach out to a different partner for a business analysis meeting and see what options are available to you.  A business analysis meeting should be free and offer you solutions to get Microsoft Dynamics GP set up to better handle the way you do business.

    If you're looking for a partner to meet your needs, we would love to help. Contact Jodi at DFC Consultants for a free look at your software systems and an in-depth evaluation of how to make your business processes smoother.

    by DFC Consultants

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