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Microsoft Dynamics vendors provide comparisons and opinions to professionals in the ERP/Accounting software selection process

 
 

 

Microsoft Dynamics GP is built around Microsoft’s SQL Server database platform.  What does that really mean and why is it significant?     Microsoft Dynamics GP implements multiple levels of security.  First, the application itself requires a SQL Server login.  This is a user account created with the GP application with an encrypted password that can only […]

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If you’re in the equipment leasing business, odds are you have longed for a comprehensive accounting package to help manage rental activity as well as financial management.  Of course, many software packages offer one of the two, but combining them into one solution? Yes, it is possible with Microsoft Dynamics GP. Depending on the complexity […]

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Many companies are addressing today’s economic uncertainty through scenario planning.  This strategy is particularly effective when facing a situation of uncertainty fueled by a variety of factors such as government policy, consumer response and Wall Street to name a few.  The key to scenario planning is identifying trends as quickly as possible and implementing the necessary corrective […]

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With the Critics Choice and Golden Globes awards just behind us and the Academy Awards coming up on March, our mindset is collectivly focused on “the best of”. What if there were an awards ceremony for the best ERP software – what would the “categories” be ? (Maybe Conan O’Brien can host if he is […]

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We were referred into a niche market recently and won over MAS 500.  The prospect had been using QuickBooks integrated to their custom manufacturing product.  Undergoing rapid growth with several lines of natural bread products, they needed a product that would deploy rapidly, flex with them as they integrated route management software, and remain flexible […]

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Microsoft has announced that the next release of Microsoft Dynamics GP will be called Dynamics GP 2010 (code name GP 11) and is now released to Beta!  This name change will coincide with Microsoft’s corporate decision to incorporate the release year into product names. Over 500 Microsoft Dynamics GP Partners attended the Microsoft Dynamics GP […]

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Your accounting software purchase is a decision you’ll have to live with for perhaps the next 10 years (the average time a company keeps their accounting software.)  Spending time upfront to ensure that you make the right decision is a worthwhile investment.   By solidly planning your project at the front end and asking savvy questions […]

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During the implementation phase of your Dynamics GP system, you relied heavily on your Microsoft partner.  Working together, you successfully deployed Dynamics GP, including the migration of your existing transaction history and financial results; you trained your users and are now up and running. As time passes, however, your day-to-day interactions with the consulting firm will […]

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The news is filled right now with stories about how critical it is to our national security to be able to “connect the dots” with information gathered from various sources.  What important warning signs are you missing by not connecting the dots based on the data within your organization? Most organizations use more than one […]

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If you routinely measure and review the effects of your new ERP system, you’ll continue to spot areas where you can make changes, recover your investment, improve customer satisfaction, and increase sales. Microsoft Dynamics GP is a flexible tool that will truly save you money with your review, change, train, and measure cycle

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