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Live Webinar: The ERP Swiss Army Knife for State & Local Government – 5+ Reasons to Consider Microsoft Dynamics 365
August 11 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
At the end of the day, week, month, year, decade – your job as a state or local government employee is to improve the lives of the citizens you serve. But, as the saying goes, with great power comes great responsibility.
Budgets are often tight, and you must provide full transparency into how you are spending every dollar to maintain accountability. But the difficult truth is that standard accounting systems aren’t flexible enough to address the complex needs of governments. Additionally—and especially post-COVID-19 as employees continue to work from home—many governments are recognizing that a robust, flexible, cloud-based ERP is essential to the well-being of them and their citizens.
Microsoft Dynamics 365: Built to Address State & Local Government Challenges
Microsoft Dynamics 365 is an integrated ERP and financial management solution that fully supports the complex accounting processes typical of governments, including:
- Budget planning
- Procurement and sourcing
- Project accounting
- Grants management
- Inventory tracking
- Asset management
Don’t Take Our Word for It: Listen to What Governments Have Accomplished with Dynamics 365
If you’re having trouble envisioning what Dynamics 365 can do for your government and citizens, join us for a live webinar on Wednesday, August 11th at 11 AM PDT/2 PM EDT, hosted by HSO and Microsoft, where we’ll explore the top 5+ benefits of a Dynamics 365 ERP solution for state and local government. But this isn’t what HSO thinks are the top benefits – as a gold-certified Microsoft partner with 30+ years of experience implementing Microsoft ERP solutions for state and local governments, we asked our clients what they thought.
During the live event, you’ll also hear from Pete Voss, IT Project Manager at McHenry County, Illinois, why they chose Dynamics 365. Additionally, you’ll get a finance perspective from Kerri Wisz, Assistant Finance Director at McHenry County.