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What are the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 Fixed Assets Options?

As a modern finance leader you need to monitor the pulse of your business with a holistic view of all important information in a single place. You need to collect data from across various sources like Excel spreadsheets, web analytics, and databases and bring that data to life in seconds through personalized dashboards, workspaces and […]

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Highlighting the Popular New Features of GP 2016

With year-end procedures in full gear, Microsoft has released Dynamics GP 2016 R2, the latest in the Dynamics GP series. This year, they’ve done something a little bit different by combining the year-end update for GP 2016 with the R2 service pack, meaning that if you're using GP 2016, they are one and the same […]

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Top 5 Trends in CPM and BI for 2017

In this article, we’ll discuss the top 5 trends in corporate performance management in 2017, with a focus on features and functionalities as the marketplace continues to evolve.  Here we are at the beginning of the year again, and it’s time to get into the work of realizing our goals.  All over the internet, there […]

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What Makes Microsoft Dynamics GP a Great Investment for 2017?

This is a major decision and a major investment. Your job is to make a selection that will deliver the desired results and protect your long term investment – Average accounting software investment is 7-10 years. You have an obligation to protect your investment for the long term and mitigate as much risk as possible […]

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What Does the Latest Technology Innovations in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 Provide?

Microsoft Dynamics GP has a long proven history of consistent, easy upgrades to ensure you can get a return on your investment quicker. The latest releases focus on impactful value to people who use Dynamics GP 2016 everyday combined with enabling you to use the latest technology innovations to work for your business.   Dynamics GP […]

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The Benefit of Microsoft Dynamics GP Integrations for Data Consolidation

Today’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, such as Microsoft Dynamics GP, are complex and can be made up of many applications created, and provided, by a vast array of vendors. The challenge end-user companies face today is data consolidation from various systems into a single reporting system in order to track their business more accurately. […]

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How Can Microsoft Dynamics SL Help You Thrive in 2017?

You and your employees share a common aspiration to grow your business. To reach this goal, you need a solution that can support changing demands along the way. Microsoft Dynamics SL delivers long-term value with a solution that is easy to adapt and connect with independent software vendors (ISVs), other line-of-business applications, and the Microsoft […]

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How Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 gives your business the latest technology in 2017

You’ve got big plans, so you need technology that can grow right along with your business. You can have it all – power, agility, and affordability. You can respond quickly to changing demands using a flexible platform that lets you choose the best path for your specific needs. Today, small and midsize companies are able […]

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Top 10 Capabilities of Dynamics 365

This fall, Microsoft introduced Dynamics 365, a cloud-hosted solution that combines Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Business Intelligence (BI) solutions into a single product offering.   Here are ten functionalities of this new offering that we think you will find beneficial: Integrates with Word and Excel Quote to Cash within Outlook Industry […]

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How Microsoft Flow with Dynamics 365 & NAV 2017 Improves Process Automation

In NAV 2016, Microsoft introduced a proper workflow engine and some templates, opening the door for user defined workflows right out of the box (where previously, an ISV solution or customization would be required). That said, with few exceptions, such as e-mails for approval requests, the scope of the workflows was entirely within the NAV application: […]

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