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Do you have trouble searching the internet (Google) and finding exactly what you were looking for?  For example, you want to find a Great Plains partner who sells and implements the Microsoft Dynamics GP product line in your area, but you keep getting a link to the biggest reseller for other Microsoft services instead?  Try […]

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Summer is here!  You made it through another chilly spring and the lazy hazy days of summer are finally here. With business typically slowing down this time of year, it is a perfect time for you to evaluate your current accounting/ERP software system and determine if you need an upgrade.  (If the screen is green...yell […]

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Most companies today still have islands of information throughout their organization.  Accounting has their own general ledger, receivables, and payables systems.  Other departments like sales, human resources, or manufacturing often have their own systems, non-integrated applications and tons of resulting duplicative data.  For example, both the accounting and manufacturing departments would have their own vendor […]

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I often get calls from frustrated controllers or accounting managers regarding the problems they have trying to manage several companies accounting processes. When talking to prospects about their processing issues they often voice concerns about their current software not handling multiple company entities and if it does the end user spends way too much time […]

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In an economic downturn, there's little margin for error. Having access to the right information and predicting demand, can mean the difference between success and failure. When the market is down the value of data becomes more important - Which products actually do provide our profits? What customers and locations are driving the most revenue? […]

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My favorite TV month of the year is May, when many high profile shows like American Idol, Lost, Grey’s Anatomy and 24 gear up for their much anticipated suspenseful and often shocking season finales (admit it-you watch them also!) Viewership increases significantly as these final episodes near, many times setting new records. The networks know that […]

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Licensing...it can be difficult for customers to understand and for software providers to explain.  Lucky for us, in July of 2006, Microsoft launched a new and improved software license model for Microsoft Dynamics GP called Business Ready Licensing (BRL).  It changed from a module-based licensing model to a user-based licensing model.  This was a huge […]

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Like many of you, the (rapidly?) spreading H1N1 (swine) flu virus has captured my attention these past few weeks.  World health organizations are gathering and analyzing data at breakneck speeds in order to gain the upper hand and prevent these outbreaks from becoming a full blown pandemic.  Easy accessibility to timely and reliable information is […]

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As the economy declined, we started thinking of ways to help our customers remain strong during the tough times.  We asked ourselves, "How do businesses stay profitable during a down economy?"  The answer was simple - increase sales and/or decrease expenses.  Easier said than done, right?  Maybe not.  While we couldn't do much to increase […]

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Peachtree can be a good starter accounting program but lots of companies we work with just plain outgrow it! When they get over a certain number of transactions or customers the system is basically just maxed out. So it is a good idea to compare Peachtree to Microsoft Dynamics GP. I read an interesting report from ASA Research Report and I was able to glean 12 Reasons a Company Should Upgrade from Peachtree Accounting Software to Microsoft Dynamics GP.

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