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

 
 

 

Every year I love to travel to new and exotic places.  This year, I decided to adventure to Croatia and Montenegro.  Honestly, I didn’t know what to expect.  I heard fabulous things from those that had been, but in researching, there didn’t seem to be as much information as one would hope for.  After a […]

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One part of my job requires that I understand the difference between process and discrete manufacturing and be able to provide the best solution for each industry and process.    Most people have no idea these type of manufacturers are very different.     Process manufacturers are building something that can not be taken apart, i.e., a bucket […]

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OK, so I can’t believe I’m running with my wife’s idea of bending an old high school cheer leader football chant into a compelling blog title about data integration.  But really, this question is quite simple.  It’s exciting to know that Microsoft Dynamics GP will integrate with the vast majority of third party and legacy […]

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In a showing of the hyper-growth that Microsoft Dynamics CRM - the defacto recommended CRM software for the Microsoft Dynamics ERP -  has had, Microsoft announced at the Worldwide Partner Conference 2009 in New Orleans that the product has crossed the 1 million user mark. Customers  worldwide are taking advantage of the power of choice, and […]

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Sometimes I feel that Microsoft makes it very difficult for companies to find a good Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner. I suppose this is because they do not want to be accused of favoritism.  But hey, help us out here!  There is the Microsoft Solution Finder tool, but honestly, I find this difficult to use, even […]

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This week I went to a very interesting seminar titled Simplify Technology by Scott Peters, Chief Collaboration Officer of Ideas Evolving. He explained that a company’s Information Chain must consist of people, process and technology. All three components must be present for the chain’s links to be whole. The Information Chain is a business cycle […]

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Entrepreneur Magazine has a good article called "Which Accounting Software Is Best for You?” The author, Pam Newman, gives details on 7 Quick Tips for choosing the package that’s right for your business. The size of your business. The industry you're in. The components you need. Available support. Financial resources. Professional recommendations. Ease of use. […]

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As I mentioned in my last post, companies are looking for ways to decrease operating expenses during this tough economic time. Here is Tip #2 for how to cut costs by utilizing Microsoft Dynamics GP solutions…How to Optimize Vendor Contracts and Create a "Preferred Vendors" List.

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At some point the realization hits you that your company needs new accounting software - you can’t put it off any longer. So where do you start? Search the web, ask your friends? How can you find an expert to give you an honest opinion and not just a sales pitch? Check out what one CFO said after his discovery call with CAL Business Solutions: “Thank you for discussing our needs and being straight forward that we might be served better by another partner. Your honesty & integrity are appreciated; it makes me wish that we could have worked together, because I admire these qualities.”

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Disposable Diaper Company to Automate 80% of Its Financial Reporting by Running Its Business on a Hosted Microsoft Dynamics Solution from OmniVue

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