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With the advent of superb accounting software such as Dynamics GP, Controllers and CFOs have become more technically savvy. They have learned that software can be configured to perform many functions to save time and money. One of the ways to save time and money is to centralize accounts payable functions when feasible. Centralized accounts payable is a great way to reduce the resources needed to perform a necessary business function. Here are a couple of scenarios when centralized accounts payable would be a good fit.

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Companies today have mountains of data in their ERP and enterprise applications. And with the economy forcing us to do more with less, many are leaving this data largely untapped. Massive amounts of data can be overwhelming and complex, but the good news is that Business Intelligence tools can help deciper the data and add […]

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You’ve heard the horror stories… ERP implementations gone wild! You end up spending two to three times what you had budgeted. Well it doesn’t have to happen and it really shouldn’t.

The good news is that Microsoft Dynamics GP is designed to make the implementation as easy as possible. And Microsoft has gone further to help assure successful and on-budget implementations through its Best Practices documentation called Sure Step. But there are still some “gotchas” that you need to watch for.

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Let’s start off with a little quiz. SaaS is: A) a discount airline offering direct flights to Finland, B) a turbo charged automobile well suited for the German Autobahn, C) Software as a Service, D) not as good as the hype would have you believe. If you answered “C”, you get points for accuracy. If you answered “D”, you have passed the quiz with honors! (Don’t feel bad if you answered A or B)

Simply put, Software as a Service (SaaS) is a delivery method for software in which the applications are hosted by a third party, rather than reside on your servers. To access the software, you pay monthly subscriptions fees based on the number of users. At first glance, this model seems very attractive - no upfront software costs, fast implementation, no new hardware to purchase and maintain. But there are many critical factors to take into account if you are considering SaaS solution.

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Written by Jim High, Director – Existing Client Group, InterDyn Artis Any application needs maintenance and knowing what to backup is the biggest challenge.  Recently we had a client lose all of their Dynamics GP databases due to hardware failure.  As we they were attempting to restore, they quickly learned that their backup jobs had not […]

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Have you ever found yourself in this situation? You have data from another application that needs to be loaded into Microsoft Dynamics GP on a regular basis. However you cannot because Integration Manager needs to use one of your GP user licenses and everyone is already logged in. Or you need to load data without […]

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The evolution of Second Life and the virtual world has migrated over to the business world.  Virtualization is one of the hottest topics out there and now it has arrived for Microsoft Dynamics. Hyper-V Virtualization allows you to virtualize your Microsoft Dynamics GP server while still being in a supported environment. Virtual machine technology enables […]

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Everyone needs a bit of humor in their day – I just rarely see it in regards to ERP Software.  So I feel compelled to pass along this video starring David Brent from the original UK version of “The Office” on how to choose ERP software. Watch: Selecting an ERP Package "The Office" Way As […]

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I have to admit, I thought CPA’s would be the very LAST people to join Twitter, but this WebCPA article proves me wrong.  And if CPA’s and CPA firms are doing it, that means all the rest of you financial folks might start jumping in.  Already several of our members are “tweeting” about Microsoft Dynamics […]

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If you’re the project manager waiting to show executive management that “quick win” from your project, there’s nothing like a performance report out of the prototype, formatted exactly with your data and their requirements, when management thinks you’ve barely started on the project. Prototyping allows you to develop management and financial reports before the heat […]

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