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Three Reasons Why the SaaS-Based ERP Market is Set to Grow Over 13% in the Next 4 Years

Small and medium-sized businesses have put pressure on software providers to find a way to make enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions more affordable and agile, and there has been a definite response.  Software makers and vendors are now offering popular ERP solutions as Software as a Service (SaaS).   SaaS has created new opportunity for the […]

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Increase ERP User Adoption with These Five Tips

You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink.  Similarly, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a necessary tool for businesses, but there are some employees who just won’t embrace the technology.  If you can’t get your team to use your ERP solution, then the solution is useless and you’ve wasted money.  […]

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The Equipment Rental Industry Will Outperform the U.S. Economy in 2013

Based on the latest American Rental Association (ARA) forecast from the ARA Rental Market Monitor, equipment rental industry revenue is expected to grow 7.6 percent next year to $33.5 billion.  According to the forecast, the growth rate is more than four times the expected growth in the 2013 gross domestic product in the United States.  […]

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Sneak Peek into Microsoft’s ERP Roadmap for 2012

Whether you already use Microsoft Dynamics® enterprise resource planning (ERP) for business or are considering taking the plunge, you need to know where the solution stands now and will stand a few years into the future.  Rest assured, Microsoft is a leader in the software industry and strives to continually improve software services.  They are constantly searching […]

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How to Extend the Ease of Use for Your ERP Software

If your employees aren’t using your enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, then you’ve wasted a large chunk of your budget.  Extending usability is important so that your solution is leveraged to the best of its ability.  Don’t let all that software research, implementation time, and BUDGET go to waste. Typically when users drift away from […]

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Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM Organize Your Invoicing to Reduce Time Spent on Collections

Stressing to get your invoices out on time so you can depend on the cash flow committed to your organization shouldn’t keep you up at night. It’s amazing how much a little organization can really accomplish. Invoicing often makes people cringe because of the amount of effort that goes behind sending out an invoice.  The […]

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Old ERP, New ERP: The Age of Your ERP Can Alter Your Bottom Line

Whether your ERP solution is 5 years or 15 years old, how do you know when it’s TOO old?  This is a very good question to consider periodically.  In order for your business to be working at peak efficiency and profitability,  you need your ERP software to be working at peak levels too.  Here are […]

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Why Dynamics GP Cloud in Canada?

Recently a Client asked me how Cloud ERP was evolving in Canada vs the US. My first thought was: great question! I have no idea!Then I reached out to a few of our Clients on both sides of the border and they had this to say: - The ERP Cloud in Canada isn't subject to […]

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ERP Software Spending is on the Incline Again

Gartner Research has revealed new statistics that show that while a small decline may have to be overcome in 2011, a 2.3 percent expansion of the ERP Software market is likely in 2012 and further booms are predicted until 2015. There is no doubt that the economy has made every business think twice about expenditures, operations, […]

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It’s Time To See Beyond The Spreadsheet With An ERP Solution Like Microsoft Dynamics

It never ceases to amaze me to what extent companies rely on Excel spreadsheets to ‘manage’ their business. The other week I heard the story of a new prospect and their current pains and challenges and how they overuse and depend on spreadsheets. I Googled the words ‘death by spreadsheet’ just for fun. A funny, […]

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