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

 
 

 

“If my ERP system combines a third party product with Microsoft Dynamics GP, isn’t that an inferior solution to the industry specific, 'all-in-one' solution I found at my industry trade show?”   I have often heard this from prospects over my 20 years as a Microsoft Partner, and I would argue that the answer to that […]

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The most common reason accounting software implementation projects go over budget is because the implementation consultant (Partner) is spending time working on things not included in the original quote.  This work is called “out of scope”. Here are a few examples of how this can happen: You see all the cool things the new system […]

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Nucleus Research studied the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and the Return on Investment (ROI) of four highly competitive ERP solutions: Microsoft Dynamics GP, Oracle, SAP, and PeopleSoft. Learn how they calculated the TCO and ROI for each product and how these numbers can help you select the right ERP software solution for your business.

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Microsoft just announced they will discontinue the Microsoft Office Accounting product as of Nov 16, 2009.  Honestly, this product never really took off the way Microsoft hoped it would and this is not a surprise announcement.   At a session at the Connecticut CPA Society last year I saw an industry expert compare the strengths and […]

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What to expect when you are implementing Dynamics GP!  5 steps to success!   “Luck is the residue of design” – Branch Rickey   Successful ERP implementation projects don’t just happen, and they are not merely the result of good luck. They are the product of good design, proper planning and project management, and the […]

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One of our clients wanted a simple way to generate a report to determine if they had accounted for all necessary accruals for recently closed accounting periods through their accounts payable system.  A popular test in accounting is the search for unrecorded liabilities, normally done by an outside auditor to ensure that all liabilities are accrued […]

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It's true, typically non-profit organizations use Interfund Management but this example demonstrates how other companies are using the functionality. The Intercompany functionally in Microsoft Dynamics GP allows for the allocation of transactions such as payables invoice expenses, across multiple company databases while automatically creating the corresponding Due To/From  transactions. However, this can also be accomplished within […]

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If you depend on efficient distribution management for your business to be successful you need to make sure you are running as good as the next guy. For example: Are you able to track the entire sales transaction including what came out of inventory, when it is arriving from another vendor, profitability and all shipping […]

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A key part of any new Dynamics GP implementation is end user training.  You might remember from our previous post on keeping your ERP budget on track (How to Blow Your ERP Budget in 6 Easy Steps), that not providing for adequate training can lead to many problems.  And the importance of ongoing end user […]

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Actually, lots of companies see real value in making the change from Sage Mas90/200 to Microsoft Dynamics GP and they can tell you why!  I really like this white paper and webcast because they tell the story of real companies with real issues and how they were resolved.  Download the White Paper: “6 Reasons Real […]

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