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Jackson Thornton Technologies

It’s 2011 – Time for New Accounting Software?


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It’s 2011 – Time for New Accounting Software?

 

It’s hard to believe we’re entering into the second decade of this century.  As we start the New Year, many companies will be looking at how to make their organizations better – more efficient, more profitable, more competitive.  One of the things that all businesses should look at is the business software applications currently being utilized.  Older technologies and disconnected systems can provide several barriers to growth.

If your business is challenged by outdated software, a newer system such as Microsoft Dynamics GP can provide for much greater access to information, collaboration amongst employees and suppliers/customer,s and increased efficiency through tools such as workflow automation and web-based portals.

However, it’s important to remember that a new ERP application like Dynamics GP isn’t some magic wand to fix what ails your business.  It’s vital that in order to meet organizational goals that your company has set for 2011 and beyond, you work with an experienced Dynamics GP Partner who can analyze your current business processes and help you determine where improvements can be made and how you can optimize the benefits the new software can bring.

You’ve made your list of resolutions – now it’s time to get to work.  With a new ERP system like Dynamics GP, along with professional and expert consultation, you can achieve your goals for this year and beyond.

By Jackson Thornton Technologies LLC, Alabama Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner

One Response to “It’s 2011 – Time for New Accounting Software?”

  1. Mike Lind says:

    Dynamics GP is a great system that I’ve seen implemented in a lot of different types of business. What I’m worried about is how easy the installation for a small business is? Is it pretty user friendly or a user-interface that needs a more advanced/experienced user to setup and manage the beginning integration with your business?