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Managing the data produced by a restaurant (or a chain of restaurants) is very similar to being the cook in the restaurant.  For the chef, there are lots of different activities occurring simultaneously, everything demands your time and attention, and it must all turn out perfectly.  For the finance team of the restaurant, they are […]

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"Service Sector Grows for First Time in a Year" - This article caught my eye as one of the recent headlines on MSNBC. The index, which tracks more than 80% of the country's economic activity, including hospitals, retailers, financial services companies and truckers, hadn't grown since August 2008. The report goes on to state businesses' […]

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Are you using your current systems to their full effectiveness?  A new White Paper, “Squeeze Out Every Drop of Productivity: The Managers Empowerment Guide to Improve Departmental Efficiency” outlines some common mistakes that are made in organizations and how to fix or avoid them. Managers are often not made aware of the functional updates in […]

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By placing Microsoft Dynamics GP in a hosted environment, you tip its advantages over typical hosted-only solutions like NetSuite. Your software is hosted, stable, managed, and widely-available over the net. Yet you have more flexibility and functionality, more support and training options, easier customization options, and more third-party products. You own your data, with access to move it anytime, anywhere. Integration is long standing between all back-office operations for ERP, CRM, and e-commerce.

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There seems to be a rash of articles lately implying that Microsoft is a new comer to the midmarket ERP space.  One article in particular really caught my eye - Information Weeks’ Microsoft Acquires Midmarket ERP Products, which framed Microsoft’s recent acquisition of Fullscope and LS Retail as an attempt to buy its way into […]

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What To Expect When You Are Expecting (To Get New Accounting/ERP Software)

 

This is the first blog I’m writing for the ERP Software Blog site as a Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner from St. Paul, MN.  Through these blogs, I’ll be exploring many different aspects of Microsoft Dynamics GP from different perspectives.   As an ERP consultant with over 20 years of working on an extensive array of ERP systems, […]

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With the holiday season right around the corner, 2009 will be gone before you know it.  There are many ways to measure this year’s success –if your company weathered the economic storm, than you are most definitely successful.  However, to prepare for the recovery, you need to ensure your business processes and infrastructure is in place […]

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The Colorado Rockies have clinched a spot in the coveted postseason baseball playoffs with the initial round of division games set to begin later this week. Baseball progresses through 2 elimination rounds, a divisional and conference series, progressively weeding out the losers until the two remaining teams go at it in the World Series.....In the midst of all this excitement, I find myself distracted by being the finalist in an RFP process to provide software and services for a new Dynamics GP ERP implementation. This Colorado based prospect is evaluating business software solutions from six different accounting software vendors, all who have had to go through a rigorous 2 round elimination process before the final two business software solutions are selected.

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A post on www.MSDynamicsWorld.com (An Advance Look at Microsoft Dynamics GP 11.0 Shows Easier Data Access and More Customization) gives a nice overview of the presentation given by Brian Meier, Microsoft Program Manager, during the Illinois GPUG Summit (an event for Microsoft Dynamics GP Users).  3 Highlights of Microsoft Dynamics GP 11.0 that I gleaned […]

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Yes, I know this is an ERP Blog, however, I consider CRM an integral part to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) - Don’t you? If not maybe you should, but that is a subject for another time. In today’s economic climate many companies are cutting back or simply hanging tight with IT/Business Intelligence budgets, and while […]

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