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Dynamics GP – 3 Users For A Buck? What?

I am going back to my "roots" here, and do an old school blog - just me, typing my thoughts on a topic. A lot of people by now have heard about Dynamics GP Three Users for $1 promotion.  My first thoughts were:  "And the catch is....?",  as well as:  "And how many years of maintenance do you […]

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How to Select the Right ERP Software Reseller

Being in the ERP industry for the past 10 years, I have seen what happens when a company chooses the wrong ERP software reseller. Many times the software itself was the right fit, but the implementation was done poorly. This can lead to poor utilization of a major investment of time and money, and leads […]

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Popular Microbrewer Sees Explosive Growth After Installing Dynamics GP

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery started as a small brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and quickly grew into a thriving distributor selling beer in 28 states through a network of 50+ wholesalers. From making 12-gallon batches in its lone brewpub, Dogfish now houses production in a 100,000 square-foot converted cannery.   Dogfish was producing dozens of […]

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Top 10 Signs You Need A New Accounting Software Package

With all apologies to David Letterman, this month I thought I would take a look at the top signs that your accounting software needs updating.  You know you need new accounting software when: 10)    The piles of paper on your desk are creating a fire hazard. 9)       You feel sick to your stomach each time […]

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Is Dynamics GP A Green Solution?

When it comes implementing green IT, most companies focus on the server and infrastructure side, and with good reason.  Servers can require a large amount of electricity to run them, not to mention the power needed to run separate AC units to keep them from overheating.  But what about software?  New ERP software can make […]

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Dynamics GP – The Right Fit For Multi-Site Long Term Care Facilities

Full-service, continuing care retirement communities have a prime mission to provide independence and dignity to their residents. This is an expensive endeavor for Long Term Care facilities, and in many cases, it can have the unintended consequence of taking resources away from non mission critical items such as IT.  When it comes to financial management, this […]

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The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year? The Right Software And The Right ERP Partner Can Help!

In my near decade experience working around Microsoft Dynamics GP, I have yet to find one consultant who thought Year End closing was something to worry about.  Conversely, I have yet to find one end user who, when it came to Year End, wasn’t worried!   Seeing that there can be dozens of Year End […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Interfund Management – It’s Not Just For Non-Profits

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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Dynamics GP is Not For The Midmarket? That’s News To Me!

There seems to be a rash of articles lately implying that Microsoft is a new comer to the midmarket ERP space.  One article in particular really caught my eye - Information Weeks’ Microsoft Acquires Midmarket ERP Products, which framed Microsoft’s recent acquisition of Fullscope and LS Retail as an attempt to buy its way into […]

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Achieve ROI: Before You Buy ERP Software, Consider Your Business Processes

by Claude E. White III If you are in the market for new ERP software, you have to (or soon will) budget up to six figures in cash, and make considerations for training, down-time, start-up time, and opportunity costs. Chances are you won’t do that just to get a fancy new splash screen – you […]

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