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Ready to Migrate to the Cloud? 3 Questions to Ask Before Getting Started.

Make way for the future with Cloud Migration By now, we all know the benefits of a cloud-based ERP system – no in-house hardware, flexible subscriptions, integrated reporting, and so on. Microsoft is heavily investing in the ease and functionality of their cloud-based system, and many companies are already experiencing the transformative benefits of the […]

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Top Quotes From Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella offers insight into Microsoft's tremendous growth. Here are a few quotes into the way he thinks. Microsoft is in good hands and the organization is growing around Dynamics 365, Office 365, Power BI, Azure, and the Digital Transformation strategy. Here are a few quotes…   “Our industry does not respect tradition. […]

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JourneyTEAM: Integrating Active Directory Groups with Office 365 & Microsoft Teams

Office 365 is a powerful software suite. One of its most useful aspects is the Groups feature, which allows you to create Microsoft Teams within Office 365. These teams can correspond with employees as they’re grouped within your organization. For example, you can have individual Teams for customer service, product development, IT, and so on. […]

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k-eCommerce: Open for Business (Central) on Microsoft AppSource

k-eCommerce for Dynamics 365 Business Central is now available on Microsoft AppSource, Microsoft’s destination for business users seeking line-of-business Software as a Service (SaaS) apps from Microsoft and its partners. The certification coincides with Microsoft’s official launch of the Dynamics 365 Business Central all-in-one business management solution. Dynamics 365 fuses enterprise resource planning (ERP) and […]

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Demand Planning FAQ from Food Production Companies

Making customers happy with accurate, evidence-based demand planning When you want to make sure that you can deliver the right food product when consumers want it, you try to align distribution, production, procurement, and all other processes with that goal. Modern, powerful ERP and analytics can help you take the uncertainty out of demand planning […]

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Not All ERP is One-Size-Fits-All

Not All ERP is One-Size-Fits-All There are a variety of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions in the marketplace today and each offer different types of businesses, different types of support. The Microsoft Dynamics suite of ERP solutions also fulfills the unique industry needs of manufacturers, distributors, retail businesses and the public sector. Businesses have more […]

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Effective Business Analytics In or Out of the Cloud

Business analytics and the cloud typically are seen as two naturally compatible offerings—and for good reason. Business analytics runs on massive and inexpensive computing that is optimized to process and make sense of huge volumes of unstructured data, and is accessible to a large number of users. However, not all users of business analytics are […]

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An Early Look at Dynamics 365 – One Platform for ERP, CRM, and Applications

What if you could roll your financials, CRM, and all your productivity tools into a single cloud-based solution? Microsoft is making this dream combo into a reality with Dynamics 365, its upcoming platform that unifies all your workflows across financials, operations, CRM and business apps, all in the leading cloud for business, Microsoft Azure. The basics of […]

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Dynamics AX 2012 Doesn’t Require Azure Costs – So Should We Stick or Move?

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 is working well for your company and you have already invested a lot of time and money to get it just the way you like it.  System performance is fine and you already own all of the servers and related hardware necessary.  Should you move to the new Dynamics AX […]

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Microsoft SLA Uptime Service Credits: Decoding the Fine Print

Author: Rob Curls An IT professional meets a cloud services provider at a party and asks, "So, you're available? How available?" It sounds like a cheesy pickup line, but with today's vague and sometimes complicated SLAs (service level agreements), it is exactly the question you should be asking about your online services.   With regard […]

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