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Small and medium businesses (SMBs) can benefit extraordinarily from the adoption and exploitation of technology.  SMBs are often the greatest beneficiaries of gains in productivity, communication, and lowered cost of doing business through the careful application of technology. For decades, SMBs have suffered from the inability to access sophisticated ERP solutions, formalization and automation of […]

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Whenever businesses face mergers or acquisitions, there are bound to be significant organizational changes. Transitions in leadership and management philosophies mean that accounting methods may also change. This presents an excellent time to consider migrating to new accounting software. 2009 was a slow year for M&A. But according to a survey by Brunswick Group LLC, […]

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With the release of GP2010, Microsoft has again raised the bar by improving on a comprehensive ERP solution.  But while the new features are great, Microsoft has addressed the quirks from GP10 that were easily worked around to add to the improved user experience. Recently one of Micro Force's Microsoft Certified Solution Specialists encountered a […]

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In the day and age when going green is all the rage, when we can receive our bills through email, do online banking, why is it still not possible to have an electronic payslip within Microsoft Dynamics GP? You already understand the advantages to keeping your payroll in-house: keeping confidential information inside the organization and having […]

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Growth is a goal in most companies - be it in the form of increasing the number of employees, expanding business to new regions, or increasing sales. To facilitate any growth you need a business management system that can be used today in your environment as well as one that can scale with your growing […]

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While Microsoft Dynamics GP has a very wide range of functionality to address nearly every industry, in some cases a third part ISV (Independent Solution Developer) can offer a depth of capabilities that extends Dynamics GP to better meet the specialized needs of a specific industry.  One third party solution that Crestwood has had great […]

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Business Intelligence (BI) and Business Performance Management (BPM) are two controls that are critical as organizations progress through the “midsize” stage. These controls help measure, track, and influence the business and provide essential capabilities that every midsize organization should possess to address these fundamental questions: How are you doing? BI and BPM measures and monitors […]

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Microsoft has launched the Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail Point of Sale solution . When I visited the Microsoft Convergence show in 2009, I saw the solution in action under its prior owner and was very impressed with it. The thought that crossed my mind then was ‘I wish Microsoft would buy this solution’ – […]

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By Mike Smith, Implementation Consultant, The Resource Group The Microsoft Dynamic GP team has delivered a 1-2 punch in version 2010 with the release of the new Microsoft Word business form templates and robust email business form delivery. Prior to Microsoft Dynamics GP version 2010, advanced business form development and email delivery functionality relied on […]

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Microsoft Dynamics® GP is an ideal solution for organizations that are implementing a business management system today and what’s great is the system will grow with you tomorrow. The product architecture is a key element that makes Microsoft Dynamics GP scalable and ready for your current and future needs: Microsoft Dynamics® GP is built upon […]

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