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

 
 

 

Dynamics GP 2010 is now released to manufacturing. Microsoft has announced that Dynamics GP 2010 has successfully completed its final testing and approvals, and has been released to manufacturing.  Dynamics GP 2010 is the latest version of Great Plains, replacing Dynamics GP 10.0, and will be available to new and existing customers on May 1st, […]

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There is no question that you can benefit from the capability to leverage your business data into meaningful information. Basic business intelligence tools provide richer insights into your business today, while also allowing you to sense where it may be going tomorrow.  With the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, users will now have access […]

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When meeting with customers to begin the process of integrating new software into their organization, I am always amazed by the impulse to recreate the way things are currently being done  into the new solution. Inevitably, if I ask, “how do you want this to work in the new system,” I get an overview of how it’s […]

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Lately we have noticed many clients are taking a fresh look at SharePoint.   We thought we’d pass along some best features in SharePoint we are implementing. Go beyond traditional file sharing.  With SharePoint 2007, your users can take advantage of document versioning and approval features that are easy to use and can be tailored to […]

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How often do you realize what you ‘should’ have done, after the fact?  Wouldn’t it be great to have a guide to help you avoid risks – especially technology-related risks? Small and medium businesses, unfortunately, seem to adopt technology in a manner that creates risks, problems, and additional cost when they could have been avoided […]

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CAL Business Solutions recently implemented Microsoft Dynamics GP with Olympic Project Cost for Connecticut based Internet Broadcasting company, ORLive. This system gives ORLive strong financial functionality with easy to use project accounting features without being overly complicated or expensive. In the past, ORLive used a DOS based accounting software called Data 2000, however this system […]

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Most not for profit organizations today manage multiple programs, offering services from education to intervention to event management.  Reporting on the funding and expenses of diverse activities is complicated enough, but organizations today need to go beyond reporting to make accurate and strategic business planning decisions. Legacy applications with static reporting and data require exporting […]

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No getting around it. People are passionately divided on the issue. And if you’re a business owner, large or small, it will probably have some affect on you. I read a good article at Manta today about it and was somewhat relieved it wouldn’t go into effect until 2014. A couple of key things I […]

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In a struggling economy, it is crucial to ensure that the investments you have made in your Information Technology investments are paying off. They need to be in synch with your business operations. It is a fact that a commitment to continued training for your staff to work with the technology you've implemented maximizes the […]

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You and your colleagues are invited to attend this Microsoft ERP/Accounting Software Comparison Seminar sponsored by Microsoft Dynamics and local Microsoft Dynamics solution providers at Maggiano's in Indianapolis. This 1/2 day event will feature software demonstrations conducted by experts of the four Microsoft Dynamics mid-market ERP solutions: Microsoft Dynamics NAV Microsoft Dynamics GP Microsoft Dynamics […]

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