Robert Jolliffe

Robert Jolliffe graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Toronto, but is the self professed "World's second worst engineer." In an effort to preserve lives he entered the Information Technology field in the early 1990's and found that the field suited him. Since that time Robert has developed an eclectic set of skills built around synergies between his manufacturing and engineering background in combination with database and server networking, as well as software development and programming. Robert has enjoyed writing for years, and has started but never finished a number of books, including both fiction and non-fiction. His short attention span and lazy nature is well suited to Blogging and article writing as those medium do not require nearly the effort or energy when compared to writing an entire book. He blogs on blogspot and his business websites.

We get asked all the time what a Business Central implementation cost would be for different kinds of manufacturing companies.  Many partners have historically hidden their costs until late in the sales cycle.  This makes customers nervous, especially in today's world where so much information is on-line.  It feels like pulling teeth to find out …

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Key differences between Business Central Essentials vs Premium for Manufacturing Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a cutting-edge cloud ERP system. In Fall 2018, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central was finalized into two key versions: Business Central Essentials and Business Central premium. There are a few differences between these two versions.  Let's start with the …

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When deciding on either Business Central Essentials vs Premium versions for your manufacturing business, which one will be best for you will depend on what is important for your company. When Sabre conducts a Microsoft Dynamics Business Central implementation, we look at some key requirements to find out which version (Business Central Essentials vs Premium) …

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The PrintVis MIS solution | An end to end solution for the commercial printing industry This article explains some background information and talks about PrintVis for commercial print. PrintVis MIS is an addon that is found in the Microsoft AppSource and is specifically designed for the print and graphics manufacturing industry. For more information visit …

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VPress, Microsoft, PrintVis, and Kodak partner bringing an end-to-end MIS, Prepress, and Web2Print solution for Print Manufacturers. Kodak announced that it's collaborating with Microsoft to provide state-of-the-art business solutions to the graphics and print industry. The announcement on Kodak's website outlines how the collaboration with Dynamics Business Central and PrintVis creates one of the first …

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How to Control ERP Costs in a Cloud World   How to control ERP costs with Microsoft Dynamics Business Central?  The issue of ERP implementation cost overruns is rampant, especially with Manufacturing ERP implementations. This hasn't really changed despite the introduction of very modern Clould ERP systems like Business Central.  Keeping a Dynamics Business Central …

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You may have read our blog post on the four reasons businesses want Warehouse Management Software (WMS) and decided you want some barcoding technology for your business. Our customers who use Dynamics Business Central in their manufacturing environment often want to implement a WMS. Even with Business Central for your Manufacturing increasing your efficiency substantially; …

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