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About Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

Harnessing the Power of AI: 6 Strategies for Asset Management Firms

Take Advantage of AI with the Help of Dynamics 365 No matter what industry you’re in, one thing always holds true: you have to stay ahead of the competition. Particularly when it comes to the asset management industry, your firm has to do everything it can to keep a competitive edge. How can you gain […]

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How Microsoft Dynamics 365 Can Transform Your Manufacturing Business

Digital transformation means different things to different people. But what can it mean for you, and how can it be used to transform your manufacturing business? Digital transformation conveys the idea of applying the latest available technology to improve your business processes, services, and even product offerings. Used creatively, digital transformation can make your manufacturing […]

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Directions 2018 Review: The Future of Dynamics NAV and 365

 written by Tim Tishman, CPA Directions North America, which took place this year at the beginning of October in San Diego, took the form of a typical Microsoft Dynamics conference. However, in years previous, Directions was simply a Dynamics NAV partner convention. Now, with the next generation of NAV coming in the shape of Dynamics […]

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What is Microsoft’s Initiated Maintenance?

Microsoft performs multiple types of system maintenance on Microsoft management environments. These updates are critical for the cloud service. Please see below for a few types of updates that we receive from Microsoft. Critical Operating System security updates – exceptional cases Cloud infrastructure updates - monthly Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Platform updates – […]

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Microsoft Flow – All You Need to Know

Spending each day carrying out tasks, attending meetings, traveling, and making important business decisions can be taxing. Add to it the hundreds of emails that clutter your inbox each week, the need to respond to some as a top priority, setting up meetings with clients, and a plethora of other tasks, that might appear small […]

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Getting in Tune with the Shop Floor with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Manufacturing

The heart. It is an often-used analogy for something central and indispensable to an operation. In the Manufacturing realm, the very heart of a business is the Shop Floor. It’s where “the magic happens.” After all, it’s your product that defines you, and the shop floor is where that product is born. All the supplies […]

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Can’t Touch This: MetaViewer debuts Touchless Invoice Processing

This year, we launched MetaViewer 7, the newest version of our state-of-the-art document management/paperless automation solution. This new edition also features Touchless Invoice Processing for Microsoft Dynamics AX/365 and GP. Yes, completely touchless! MetaViewer 7 brings even more automation to the workplace with immediate feedback from duplicate checking with companies’ ERP solutions. Users no longer […]

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Microsoft Dynamics Reporting can lead the way with your accounting team today!

Microsoft Dynamics is available exclusively through the Microsoft Dynamics Certified Partner, like Accountnet. The “Value Added Reseller” provides planning, implementation, customization, and support services aimed at optimizing the solution for each customer’s specific needs. Regardless of how and where the software is deployed, customers have the choice of purchasing their Microsoft Dynamics solution or use […]

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How Can Microsoft Dynamics GP’s Accounts Payable Automation Solve Today’s Problems?

More and more organizations are looking for an easier way to do vendor invoice approval. The person able to authorize payment and signify his or her approval of a supplier invoice still requires an additional check signer. If the check exceeds a certain amount, a second check signer is required. This control supposedly gives multiple […]

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