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For too long, we have had to deal with fuzzy or low resolution images when using Dynamics GP Report Writer -- particularly when adding logos on checks or invoices.  This probably wouldn't be an issue if Report Writer supported vector-based formats called EPS files, but it doesn't.  Report Writer needs pixel-based images.  So when adding a …

Finally! No More Fuzzy Images in Dynamics GP Report Writer Read More »

1. Familiarize yourself with the sessions catalog: Concurrent sessions, interactive discussions, and hands-on labs. 2. You are not going to the conference to eat or sleep. The goal is to gain as much new information as you can and to make as many connections as possible. Find solutions. The biggest gathering of the top ISV's …

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According to Gartner Research, in the three years since it started measuring the Cloud Computing Services Model, the delivery model has moved from #14 to #1 on the Gartner's list of CIO priorities. A few years ago many manufacturers quickly overlooked transition to the cloud because of the obvious security concerns and “what if” scenarios of …

Cloud Concerns for the Manufacturing Enterprise Quickly Fading Read More »

With the multitude of options out there today, your ERP solution should fit your business processes. Instead of tailoring your work to what your solution can do, you could have freedom to create what’s best for you. Don’t feel ashamed if you’ve given in to your ERP solution. Many companies end up doing this for …

Don’t Fall Victim to Your ERP Solution: Invest in More Flexibility this New Year Read More »

The four lines of Microsoft Dynamics® ERP meet varying specifics of certain industries and requirements. Today, we’re looking at Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics NAV- How are they different and which one may be right for you? If you’ve been researching ERP solutions awhile, you may be familiar with the options out there and …

What are the Differences Between Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics NAV? Read More »

A study which was published last month, found that just seven per cent of business bosses are confident the software their company is running is deployed correctly.  How can that be possible?  Were they present during the planning phase and beta-test period when the software was rolled out?  Did they forget to mention an important …

Are You Confident Your ERP Software is Running Correctly? Read More »

It’s becoming increasingly important to understand the complicated nature of software pricing and licensing. Companies may need to lean on technology for advanced functionality, but the licensing costs shouldn’t break the bank. And you shouldn’t be stuck in something you can’t manage or even understand. So let’s take a look at the top three things …

Three Things to Know About Microsoft Dynamics ERP Licensing Read More »

Different SaaS offerings have different levels of security. Finding the perfect match can prove challenging because your unique business needs differ from other companies'. First thing you’ll want to do is assess your security concerns, making a detailed list of “what if” scenarios that could gravely affect your business. Here are a few key examples …

“What If” Scenarios Help to Align your ERP Software Security Needs with your Software as a Service (SaaS) Provider Read More »

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