The Distribution Software Blog and ERP Software Blog work “hand in glove” with each other as two great sources for information related to the Microsoft Dynamics Community. These two blogs represent the Yin and the Yang of information for all things regarding Microsoft Dynamics ERP and the Microsoft Dynamics ISV community related to Distribution Clients. According to Wikipedia; “Yin and yang can be thought of as complementary (instead of opposing) forces interacting to form a dynamic system in which the whole is greater than the parts. Everything has both yin and yang aspects, (for instance shadow cannot exist without light). Either of the two major aspects may manifest more strongly in a particular object, depending on the criterion of the observation.”
Like the ERP Software Blog (erpsoftwareblog.com), the Distribution Software Blog (distributionsoftwareblog.com) was founded as a dynamic source of information for knowledge sharing related to one broad topic – the needs of the ever changing landscape of Distribution companies today. At the center of this information source is a group of companies deeply skilled and knowledgeable in a variety of topics related to Distribution, its workflows, and its supply chain challenges. both provide an easily searchable collection of blogs from a community of bloggers with a common interest: to share their biggest ideas from their brightest pool of thought leadership!
The result is a lively information flow covering a variety of topics related to leading trends and indicators. Quick tips, how to’s, top ten’s, white papers, price comparisons, YouTube videos, and a variety of other interesting approaches to providing our Clients and prospective Clients with information the way they want to receive it! The beauty is that these ideas live on for as long as they are relevant. Topics on EDI and Demand Planning best practice or wireless automation efficiency gains through Warehouse Management, along with tips and tricks from the most experienced ERP reseller consultants, marketers, and executives. All complimentary to the information that you receive from the ERP Software Blog. Yes the whole is greater than the parts. The contributing members are participating in both forums, only differing by the topic, the manifesting criterion, and in some cases the observer. The Yin and the Yang of ERP and Distribution Blogging … I invite you to check them both out today!
by Steve Dwyer, VP Sales and Marketing
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