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Knowledge Is Power In Manufacturing Sector

Knowledge Is Power in Manufacturing Sector Manufacturing operations are complex, often under regulatory scrutiny, and there is no shortage of information to capture and analyze. IT is a critical tool for manufacturers to use when managing data and streamlining operations to fulfill customer demands. Modern enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions will support operations by connecting […]

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How Does Automation with Dynamics GP Save You Money?

Issues related to manual accounting processes create a variety of process inefficiencies. They can cause approval delays and late payments, which lead to supplier inquiries and invoice disputes. When adding up the costs of resolving AP process issues, it becomes clear that organizations are spending a large amount of money each year solely on damage […]

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How Does Microsoft Dynamics SL Match Your Business Needs?

For more than 25 years, Microsoft Dynamics SL has delivered the functionality, performance, and ease of use that powers diverse small and mid-size businesses around the world. From financials and project management to distribution and services, Microsoft Dynamics SL brings people and systems together to support your business ambitions and help you run your business […]

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4 New Dynamics NAV 2017 Features You’ll Actually Love

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 features many improvements in functionality from Office 365 integration to finance enhancements. Let's review some of the exciting benefits to explore when considering an upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017.

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Microsoft NAV 2016 Version Upgrade! Never Worry!!

Problem:   Many companies hesitate to upgrade versions due to the given common worries: Upgrade will stop the production for a few days or a week Upgrading will need extra time, money and effort. My version of NAV is so old that it cannot be upgraded. Any NAV Developer can handle upgrades   Actually, upgrading […]

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Not All ERP is One-Size-Fits-All

Not All ERP is One-Size-Fits-All There are a variety of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions in the marketplace today and each offer different types of businesses, different types of support. The Microsoft Dynamics suite of ERP solutions also fulfills the unique industry needs of manufacturers, distributors, retail businesses and the public sector. Businesses have more […]

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The Benefits of Single-Stack E-Commerce

Even if your business hasn’t been directly affected by the digital disruption, technological advancements are continuously changing the way you work. Whether it’s effortlessly telecommuting thanks to video chat or easily researching potential purchases online, the digital revolution has changed business as we know it. But even the most revolutionary new digital service can’t truly […]

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What are the biggest differences between Microsoft Dynamics NAV and AX

From time to time, I face questions from clients about which ERP system to choose: Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Microsoft Dynamics AX. This question has become more topical in the last six months. So I decided to talk to our specialists who have worked with both the products and get more comprehensive information on this […]

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QUEUES are Inevitable – But You Can Learn to Manage Them – At Least Your Own.

  Written for all people interested in the subject, but primarily for people working with manufacturing execution.  Queues (-or waiting lines) in every shade is a strange phenomenon. Whether we are stuck in our car at the motorway, the checkout counter in the supermarket, checking in for a flight, waiting rooms etc. Every time we […]

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Connecting CAD to ERP (Dynamics NAV)

The challenge of making an electronic connection between the CAD and the ERP system, started back in the old days, when among others, IBM introduced solutions for the CIM – Computer Integrated Manufacturing company where the CAD/ERP integration was a part of this. It was never a success and still it is a minor success […]

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