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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Means Big Benefits for your Business

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    In December Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 was unveiled featuring updates that provide numerous benefits for businesses.

    Gone are the days of purchasing additions to the program. The 2013 starter pack includes core components for financial management, reporting, payroll, human resources, configuration, distribution, supply chain management and workspace collaboration. For the majority of businesses, this is all they will need to begin implementing one of the most advanced business software programs available. The starter pack also includes three Full User licenses for one price, a huge bonus for smaller to medium companies.

    For the first time ever, you will also have the opportunity to access GP in the cloud; meaning your connectivity to your business, customers and finances is no longer limited to the office. DFC houses the servers required to support the software and provides you monthly access for the number of users you choose. You can then access your information through multiple devices.

    The best part of choosing Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 is it’s easy to use format. If your employees are familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel or Outlook, they will be able to use GP. In fact, over 200 of the reports that are available in GP can be easily exported to Excel.

    If you’re looking for the best ERP solution for your business, it has arrived.

    DFC Consultants is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner specializing in Microsoft Dynamics GP and CRM. Since 1989, DFC has been providing accounting software solutions, training and support nationwide. Our passion is to assist clients in meeting their goals with professional services and powerful business solutions. DFC has offices in Fargo, Bismarck and Dickinson, North Dakota.

    by DFC Consultants,



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