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Compare 4 ERP Systems. 1 Location. 1 Session. Steak on Us!

Across the country we've been running Compare ERP Now events, "From California to the New York Island, From the Redwood Forest, to the Gulf stream waters" ... And now we're back in Massachusetts. On December 3rd at Del Frisco's Steakhouse in Chestnut Hill. What will you see if you join us? Live demos of Microsoft Dynamics […]

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Getting to Know your Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner – Top 5 Ways

Whether you've already chosen Microsoft Dynamics GP as your accounting/ERP system of choice, or whether you're still in the selection process phase, choosing a partner that you're going to feel comfortable working with is an important step. Why? Because there should be good chemistry between your company and the partner you're going to be working […]

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Altico Advisors and Scribe Software: Working Together In More Ways than One

Altico and Scribe have a long-standing partnership since we use the Scribe integration tools for the benefit of scores of Altico’s clients. Altico is also Scribe’s Microsoft Dynamics GP VAR, in other words, Scribe is Altico’s client, too. As you can see by viewing the video below, the relationship is a happy one. Please take […]

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Local Supermarket Chain “Caught” on Video Offers Microsoft Dynamics GP Testimonial

We took our cameras and a car load of equipment to the Roche Bros. supermarket in Wellesley where we spoke with a shopper about her shopping experience as she pushed her cart around the store. Then we packed it all up again and drove to the Roche Bros. Supermarkets' corporate offices, also in Wellesley, MA, […]

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The Story of a Microsoft Dynamics Reseller and an ISV Partner – A Match Made in Social Heaven

The Reseller Story – By Marcia Nita Doron, Altico Advisors I’m the Marketing Director for Altico Advisors, a Microsoft Dynamics reseller partner, aka a VAR (Value Added Reseller). Jon Rivers is the Partner Channel Manager at Data Masons Software, a Microsoft Dynamics ISV (Independent Software Vendor) specializing in EDI solutions that integrate with Microsoft Dynamics. […]

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Chiefs and Braves – What Are Their Roles in the ERP Software Selection Process?

When we’re speaking with prospective clients who are evaluating new accounting software or ERP systems for their companies, our main contact is often a “Chief.” By this I mean a C-level person.  In the industry lingo we call them CXOs (in other words CEOs, CFOs, CIOs).  They’re the Chiefs.  The CFO or CIO may be […]

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I’ve Fallen in Love with Infographics – Cloud, ERP, CRM

My love affair started when the ERP Software Blog produced an infographic: CFO’s Guide to ERP in the Cloud for our new white paper: “35 Questions Every CFO Must Ask about ERP in the Cloud.” Then I saw this one: “Cloud Computing’s Role in Job Creation in U.S.” It shows the results of an IDC […]

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To Be Or Not To Be In The ERP Cloud

And while I’m quoting Shakespeare, let’s consider another pearl of wisdom from the great bard:  Much Ado about Nothing (actually the title of one of his plays). But hark!  I am NOT saying that the cloud is a trivial topic.  On the contrary, I think it’s important for companies exploring ERP options to evaluate cloud solutions […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP for Manufacturing – The Features You Need

As a member of the manufacturing team here at Altico Advisors, I spend 40-60 hours a week (which sometimes feels like 24 hours a day) working with new manufacturing clients to implement the Microsoft Dynamics GP manufacturing modules, train, trouble shoot, develop workflows, write reports. Or, I’m working with our existing manufacturing clients to enhance […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP – So much more than GLAPAR

By Karen Jernstrom, Altico Advisors I’ve been into retail analogies lately.  Don’t ask me why.  In a recent post here on the ERP Software Blog I talked about the iconic red “easy” button that has become synonymous with Staples.  And for some reason, when pondering what I’d like to write next about Microsoft Dynamics GP, […]

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