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When it comes to managing a warehouse, even a small warehouse, there is no shortage of data and so, in today's world, for any company to be competitive, they are going to need a data management system. Whether you choose an ERP system like Microsoft Dynamics NAV or something else, the data management system you […]

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When it comes to equipment maintenance, specific modifications or service jobs may add value to the equipment. This means that you need to modify the financial value of the equipment accordingly. As a result, the costs automatically add to the balance sheet of the equipment. Let's take a look at creating work orders. In today’s […]

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Good day, 1994 marks the inauguration of the North American Free Trade Agreement. A liter of gas was selling for fifty-five cents and the Big Mac™ a little over a dollar. It is also the time when I made my entry into the ERP (Entreprise Requirement Planning) software universe. The Big Mac stayed pretty much […]

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The battle of the ERPs has been a long standing one. If you want to have complete access to the system, control over your data, and the capabilities to take advantage of running your own servers and maintaining them, then an on-premises deployment option should be the right choice over a cloud deployment. The obvious […]

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There are many different factors causing businesses to rethink benefit offerings, including paid family leave. Millennials make up a significant part of the working demographic and adults between 40-59 are the latest sandwich generation – caring for a minor child and their aging parents. Federal legislation is in the works and five states and the […]

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Microsoft Dynamics products went through a recent branding change. The products that used to be called Dynamics AX and Dynamics CRM have now been rebranded as Microsoft Dynamics 365. In addition to the changes in product names, there are some updates to the cost of licenses. There are a few key components that go into Microsoft […]

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How does a graphical equipment overview improve your workflow? Every company within the equipment industry works with two categories of equipment: serialized equipment and non-serialized equipment. It’s as simple as that. However, the complexity becomes clear when you determine how your company would like to monitor the availability of these types of equipment. There are […]

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What does medical care have in common with farming? On the surface, not much.   However, medicine, farming and many other fields, are becoming more efficient as they take advantage of technological advancements in their respective industries.   In the real estate market, it used to be that a property manager would have to manually […]

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There is a myriad of problems that arise from inaccurate inventory in business, one of which is the dreaded write-off. The long and short of it is that no one wants to be in a position to inform a boss that some $50K+ worth of inventory has just been written off – for any reason. […]

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The 2017 Year End Update has released for all versions of Microsoft Dynamics GP. This update is important for all users to install as it not only updates important payroll and accounting information, but also fixes software bugs. All Versions There are a handful of changes to the Affordable Care Act within GP including form […]

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