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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015

A safe-haven for Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains) users seeking to remain on Dynamics GP rather than migrating to the cloud

Endeavour Solutions, a Gold Microsoft ERP partner for Dynamics GP and Dynamics 365 Business Central is pleased to announce a new brand representing its large team of Microsoft Dynamics GP ERP consultants, GP Support North. This new banner and associated website https://www.GPsupportNorth.com will serve as a safe-haven for Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains) users seeking to […]

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Dynamics GP Migration to Business Central – is now the time?​

This month's webinar will be about the number one most asked question regarding Dynamics GP. Is this the right time to move your data to the cloud? This webinar is for companies that currently have GP but are looking for a cloud solution and would like to know more about the Dynamics GP to Business […]

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JourneyTEAM Awarded Microsoft 2020 Eagle Crystal Award for Dynamics 365 Business Central

Business Central is the flagship ERP system for Microsoft and JourneyTEAM has had an incredible year helping organizations of all sizes with consulting, development and implementation.  Microsoft took notice of JourneyTEAM's efforts and awarded them the Eagle Crystal Trophy for Dynamics 365 Business Central. Winners were selected from 3,300 submitted nominations from over 100 companies […]

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Dipping Your Toes into the World of Cloud Accounting

The world has radically changed since March. Many employees have worked in a cubicle for years, faithfully showing up at 7:30 and leaving at 4:30 every day. In three months, that all changed with COVID-19 when many companies said, “let’s try to have you work remotely”. Dining rooms and kitchen tables became home offices and, […]

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Is Dynamics GP dead?

Is Dynamics GP dead? Should I Stay or Should I Go? — Dynamics GP Remix Microsoft has made a lot of changes in the world of ERP recently. Perhaps most noticeably for Dynamics GP users was the move to a Modern Policy regarding its lifecycle and the renaming of the product to simply “Dynamics GP” (no […]

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Making EDI Simple for your Dynamics ERP System

EDI is one of the most complex business processes that can integrate with your ERP, but many companies are finding that it’s necessary to continue or grow their business. EDI allows you to onboard large and major trading partners and can save your company thousands of dollars in the long run…but does it have to […]

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Get a Head Start on 2019 Dynamics GP Year End Close

It’s hard to believe, but it’s almost that time of year again. Between closing your books for the year, holiday parties, shopping for gifts and everything else your calendar is already filling up with, the next couple months are some of the most stressful for many of us. One way to help alleviate some of […]

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Migrating from GP to Dynamics 365 Business Central: Should You Make The Move?

Dynamics GP was the flagship ERP for many years in North America, but when Microsoft released Dynamics 365 Business Central, its newer technology, agile customization and powerful features quickly caught on. Microsoft has chosen Business Central as the foundation for the next generation ERP in the cloud for SMB customers. But, you as a customer, […]

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Retirement of Skype for Business Online Announced by Microsoft

At the Microsoft Ignite conference it was announced they will be retiring Skype for Business Online and it will be replaced with Teams. The official service shut down date for Skype for Business Online will be July 31, 2021.   This means that existing tenants that are using Skype can continue using it until they […]

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Support for SQL Server 2008 Is Ending… What Should I Do?

Over the last few years, Microsoft has been making significant investments in the cloud. Unfortunately, that means that Windows Server 2008 and SQL Service 2008 will reach the end of support. But don’t worry, Microsoft has created a pathway for companies ready to make the switch to the cloud. Why should I make the switch to the […]

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