Is Right Now Really a Good Time To Be Thinking About Switching Your Accounting System?

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Most companies don’t start thinking about changing their accounting system until their current system becomes inefficient and inadequate. The thought of migrating data, re-training employees, implementing the system, and possible downtime is more than any manager wants to endure. Especially now with economic times as they are, it is hard for a business to justify the time and expense involved.

However, now may be the perfect time to switch to a new accounting system. One that is able to grow as your company grows. One that has a familiar user interface that won’t take employees hours of re-training to learn. An accounting system from one of the largest, well-known and trusted names in the software industry. One like Microsoft Dynamics GP!

Right now, Microsoft has made it easier and more affordable than ever to purchase a new accounting system. With promotional offerings like flexible payment options that let you reduce your upfront investment with affordable annual payments, discounts of up to 50% when migrating to Dynamics GP from a competitive solution, and service rebates that can be applied towards the cost of implementation and services costs, there may not have been a better time to make the switch.

Of course, when you are ready to make the important decision of purchasing a new accounting system you will need to find a knowledgeable and experienced partner to work with. That’s where we can help. Premier Computing, Inc. is a Gold Certified Microsoft partner Located in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Our staff of Dynamics GP consultants have several years of experience implementing Microsoft Dynamics GP for hundreds of clients.

So, if your current system is outdated and unproductive, right now may be the perfect time to think about switching your accounting system.

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