Top Ten ERP Posts for 2017

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Last year came and went in a blur of activity, and here at the ERP Software Blog, our members have been busier than ever providing advice and opinions to educate consumers about Microsoft ERP products. Here are the top ten ERP posts that attracted the most attention in 2017. Why not take a second look.

  1. Creating Microsoft Excel Connections to SQL databases

January 23, 2017, by Elizabeth Moris, KTL Solutions 

  1. Dynamics 365 for Financials & Dynamics NAV: What’s the Difference?

April 25, 2017, by InterDyn BMI

  1. Dynamics 365: Business Edition VS Enterprise Edition

May 15, 2017, by Clients First South Central

  1. 4 New Dynamics NAV 2017 Features You’ll Actually Love

March 16, 2017, by Admiral Consulting Group 

  1. Dynamics 365 for Financials vs. Dynamics GP – Which Is Best for Your Business?

January 10, 2017, by Hersch Patel, Socius  

  1. Calm Down, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Edition is Not Dead

September 20, 2017, by Briware Solutions Inc. 

  1. How to Configure Power BI integration for Dynamics 365 Workspaces

March 13, 2017, by Joshua Lee, Stoneridge Software 

  1. Dynamics 2012 R3 to Dynamics 365 for Operations – A Step-by-Step Guide to the Code Migration Process

February 7, 2017, by Indusa 

  1. Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 Inventory Management Improvements

May 12, 2017, by iCepts Technology Group, Inc.

  1. My 30-day experiment: Can I Run My Small Business on Dynamics 365?

January 23, 2017, by Briware Solutions Inc.

Bookmark www.erpsoftwareblog.com to read the best articles in 2018 about Microsoft Dynamics ERP – including Microsoft Dynamics 365, (formerly Microsoft Dynamics AX), Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics SL.

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