ERP Software Logo1

Microsoft Dynamics vendors provide comparisons and opinions to professionals in the ERP/Accounting software selection process

 
 

 

The latest buzz in the ERP software world is “cloud computing” (aka “software as a service/SAAS” or “hosting”). Basically this means that a data center, separate from your location, installs and maintains your software on their servers and you access it securely over the Internet. There are a lot of companies out there that are eager to host your Microsoft Dynamics GP software – but who can you really trust with this precious system that is really the backbone of your business? Here are 9 interview questions you can ask a potential data center/hosting partner to separate the good from the not so good:

continue reading...

 

Microsoft Dynamics® GP 2010 has over 330 new updates and features – nearly triple the number for previous releases. So the main challenge is how to come up to speed quickly on those that are most useful to you.  The biggest obstacle with a state of the art system is training – not knowing what […]

continue reading...

 

In today’s world, almost every company of every size has an Accounting ERP system in place to keep track of its books.  Many companies also run various types of additional software; some of it specialized for their industry.  But not every company has the need or desire to have an IT department or even to have an […]

continue reading...

 

In the interests of full disclosure, I’ll state right off the bat that I am a little biased. Our company was a SAP Business One reseller for 2 years, and we did not particularly enjoy the experience – we found the product to be lacking, and we found SAP itself to be an enormous headache […]

continue reading...

 

Submitted by:  Marcia Nita Doron, Altico Advisors Why ERP is critical now.  It’s the title of a great little white paper.  And the subtitle is:  Timely technology can help businesses battle a down economy and spur recovery.  Now, whether you’re of the opinion that the recession is over or not, this white paper outlines the […]

continue reading...

 

I have been in the ERP and CRM business as a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for what seems like a lifetime.  I have had the opportunity to assist and work with many of our Customers who have made an investment in the applications available within Microsoft Dynamics.  Over the years, we have seen these products […]

continue reading...

 

If you had a chance to attend Convergence in Atlanta this year you probably found yourself overwhelmed by the number of sessions and exhibitors over the 4 days.  And chances are you didn’t attend even half of what you wanted. Well, good news! Microsoft has finally opened the doors for its “Virtual” Convergence on the […]

continue reading...

 

Companies typically spend 15-20% of their software license fees on maintenance and support each year. Given the 10- to 15-year average lifespan of ERP investments, license costs are often eclipsed by maintenance costs in the long-term. So it's understandable that companies like you would want to reduce these costs. However, here are three reasons to […]

continue reading...

 

A recent study conducted by IBM found a gap between Finance teams’ abilities to execute strategy, integrate information, and manage risk and opportunity. For Finance departments to take full advantage of the benefits that software and technology offer, they must become the “hub” of insight for their organization. The 2010 IBM Global CFO Study found […]

continue reading...

 

With Summer upon us, time is quickly running out to take advantage of Microsoft’s Three Dynamics GP Users for $1 Promotion.  If you are a small or medium-sized business and running an outdated application – NOW is the perfect time to invest in a new accounting software/ERP package.  There will never be a promotion that […]

continue reading...