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

 
 

 

QuickBooks is actually a great little accounting system for entrepreneurs.  It allows small startups or Mom and Pop organizations to produce checks, invoices, financial statements and even track inventory.  However, one of the major drawbacks of QuickBooks is that it does not have good internal controls and that sets an organization up for accounting errors, fraud […]

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Many people have been reconciling their bank accounts online at home for years, but amazingly there are still plenty of companies not taking advantage of this easy-to-use capability provided by most banks and many accounting systems, including Microsoft Dynamics GP.   Once the Electronic Bank Reconciliation process is setup and tested, organizations can reconcile their cash […]

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I know I broke the news in September that it was coming but now finally the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Adapter for Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 is here!  This means Dynamics GP customers can have a completely integrated front office to back office system from Microsoft. This will eliminate tedious double entry and the risk […]

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Set for release this weekend is the disaster/doomsday movie thriller “2012”; which chronicles the end of human civilization as predicted by the Mayan calendar.  Great.  Just as the economic recovery from the worst recession since the Great depression is finally taking place, we now have to face a cataclysmic event that will make even the […]

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Kronos has integrated its Workforce Central suite with Microsoft Dynamics GP and AX.  I am excited to hear that a company with such a large customer base and robust workforce management solution such as Kronos is partnering with Dynamics GP and AX.    Companies are leveraging Kronos integrated suite of applications designed to help them hire, schedule, […]

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Foundations Of Our Economy There are still many family-owned chemical and paint companies in our part of the country that have the local market space to thrive.  These types of businesses are the foundation of our economy and compete with the larger corporations for market share.  They also have the same types of operations issues […]

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Choosing the right partner can make the difference between the success and failure of your project. A good partnership will ensure that your business and processes are reviewed and analyzed correctly, you’re selecting the right software for your business, you have a successful implementation, you receive comprehensive training and on-going support, and you get the most out of your system.
So how do you choose the right partner? To help you get started, we’ve compiled a list of tips to guide you when making this important decision.

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A significant consideration when evaluating ERP software choices is the other technologies the ERP software runs with.  Microsoft Dynamics GP users are able leverage the Microsoft ‘stack’ of technologies for simple yet robust integration with other Microsoft infrastructure and business applications. For example, Dynamics GP runs on the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database which is […]

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By Scott Driggs, Custom Information Services 2009 is coming to a close and it is that time again: yes budget season. First off, if you are reading this article, congratulations! You have almost survived 2009 which has been a very difficult year for many companies. Also, the fact that you are reading this article tells […]

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Here are some down to earth “what you should watch for” implementation comments from one of our consultants with 15 year’s experience with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) projects.  Evaluation: Be sure to use due diligence when evaluating the solution you choose. Your evaluation needs to include speaking with your end users of your current financial […]

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