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By Mike Kean, Altico Advisors One of our clients, a manufacturer of industrial lubricants, was faced with the challenge of delivering concise, critical data to key personnel including executives who were not regular users of Microsoft Dynamics GP or CRM.  The data needed to be dynamically updated in real time and personalized for each individual.  […]

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What is Microsoft Office 365? You’ve heard about it – now what exactly is Microsoft Office 365? Microsoft Office 365 brings the power of cloud productivity to their most recognized communications products. Microsoft Office 365 includes: Microsoft Office The world’s leading productivity tool on the desktop (Office Professional Plus) and on the Web (Office Web […]

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We’ve all witnessed it. Today’s economic climate has forced many organizations to cut IT costs among other things. But according to a recent report by Forrester Research, one area that has survived the belt tightening is business intelligence (BI). According to the report, the value of BI becomes more apparent in tough economic climates, when […]

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by Denise Hawes, Implementation Consultant, The Resource Group Excel is no doubt the most widely used budgeting tool for small to midsized businesses.  Let’s face it -   no one likes to budget, but it is a necessary evil for most organizations, especially in a down economy.  In fact, more and more organizations that I work […]

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When implementing ERP systems, one of the most common goals of the project is to reduce paperwork by putting more of the critical information required to coordinate the activities of workers into the system.  Any ERP system is, by necessity, going to have some steps which are outside the system; yet too many times, not […]

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There is a lot of confusion over the terms "cloud computing", "Software as a Service (SaaS)", and "web-based software".  Many times the terms are used interchangeably, and according to one ERP blog I read recently even ERP service press releases tend to use the terms without discernment. This should not be a surprise since IT […]

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Lately, it is rare that I go into a meeting and someone doesn’t pull out his or her iPad. Apple's iPad is stirring up a lot of enterprise interest. In fact, reports show that 50% of the Fortune 500 are deploying the iPad across the organization. And I can see why. Having real-time insight to your […]

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Anyone who works with ERP software for an extended amount of time has run into a problem that required a workaround.  It may be as simple as a field you need on a purchase order that is not there or the inability to easily differentiate between very specialized products.  Because fixing the problems would literally […]

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Some ERP software vendors are completely cloud-based and only offer their applications over the web.   While they were, at one time,  rivals to Microsoft's traditional on-premise software model, Microsoft now offers cloud solutions as well.  The main difference is that Microsoft still maintains on-premise options.  In many cases, they encourage customers to operate in a […]

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More than 10,000 visitors per month come to this site to find objective reviews, comparisons and insider tips from Microsoft Dynamics ERP experts worldwide.  But what if you want to go straight to the source – in this case, Microsoft! The Dynamics ERP Team at Microsoft has several ways to connect with you via social […]

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