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Microsoft Azure Cloud Services 101

This article focuses on the latest major public cloud provider, Azure by Microsoft.   It is all about cloud computing in the enterprise technology world. Cloud has redefined the business culture and with Microsoft recently entering the game, Cloud is here to stay. Microsoft Azure joins the competition between providers like Google Cloud and Amazon […]

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WebSan Solutions Offers “What’s New in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017” Webinar

Last October 2016, Microsoft released an update for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 that boasts notable features particularly within the finance module, items, jobs, workflow templates and integration with Office 365. To dive deeper into the features and functionalities of this new update, WebSan Solutions is offering “What’s New in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017” webinar on […]

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ASC 606 – Revenue Recognition Standards are changing, are you ready?

ASC 606 is an updated accounting standard issued by FASB and IASB that is designed to ensure revenue recognition is consistent across industries, geographies, and capital markets. It applies to virtually all sectors where there are “contracts with customers” (exceptions include leases, insurance, and financial instruments). It is intended to increase financial statement comparability across companies and […]

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Cash Flow Forecast in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017

In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017  you can understand your cash flow forecast and can look ahead to predict the highs and lows in your cash balance, helping to improve margins and ensure profitability.  Cash Flow Forecast in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 provides a prediction of how a company’s liquidity—cash and other treasure positions—will evolve over time. […]

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How to Integrate Power BI with Dynamics 365 for Financials

In this post, we'll cover how to integrate your Dynamics 365 for Financials instance directly with Power BI (free version). Prerequisites Office 365 account with Dynamics 365 for Financials and Power BI (free) accessible. This is not normally an issue unless you are in an Office 365 demo/tenant environment with limited apps. Contents Verify User […]

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Is Forecasting More Important Than Budgeting?

This article focuses on the importance of forecasting.   I’ve written about Forecasting versus Budgeting before, but in the face of the trend of forecasting becoming more impactful and desirable, I wanted to focus on it in the task of planning.  Is it true that forecasting is the most important process for corporate performance management […]

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Benefits of a Data Warehouse for Hybrid Cloud Data Management

This article will explore data warehouses (DWs) when associated with cloud- and on-premise data sources. Have you watched Buzzfeed’s Tasty food videos? The videos typically begin with a default still of the finished meal, then give the viewers a step-by-step tutorial of the ingredients and measurements that go into the recipe. In comparison, a data warehouse (DW), […]

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4 New Dynamics NAV 2017 Features You’ll Actually Love

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 features many improvements in functionality from Office 365 integration to finance enhancements. Let's review some of the exciting benefits to explore when considering an upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017.

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Observations regarding the Amazon S3 Outage

Downtime is a mystery until you are back up & running. While we don’t anticipate many Microsoft Dynamics ERP users were running on the Amazon S3 (which stands for Simple Storage Service – a part of Amazon Web Services) a huge number of websites store content and run services on S3. Among the sites and […]

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Manufacturers Gain Vision From Breaking Down Silos

Manufacturers Gain Vision From Breaking Down Silos Specialty software systems are attractive and appear to fit very specific needs of many businesses, including complicated manufacturing operations. Although a financial system can manage finances and an inventory solution can provide inventory control, these systems keep data separated and that becomes a problem. Data silos restrict vison, […]

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