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Why Choose a Business Solution from Microsoft?

If you’re like a lot of small and midsize businesses (SMBs) today, your current systems are nudging you further and further out of your comfort zone. They get the basic job done, as long as nothing out of the ordinary happens. But what will happen when you want to open a new store or warehouse, […]

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7 Strategic Ways to Grow Your Business

If you've reached a tipping point where the very tools and systems that supported your business growth are now hindering your ability to act with agility and insight. Keep your business going and growing with a business solution from Columbus. 1. Simplify business processes When the most simple processes, like invoicing and month-end closing can […]

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Dynamics GP 2013 Year End FAQ

With all of the updates for closing out your year, you are bound to have plenty of questions. So we pulled out a couple of the Frequently Asked Questions published by Microsoft to give you a head start. To get a full list of FAQ’s, click here to download the full U.S 2013 Year-End Update. What will […]

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Management Reporter vs. FRx: Battle of the ERP Financial Statement Report Writers

I am a 12 year user of FRx, so it was hard for me to accept that it was going away after Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010. But then I remembered that I had the same problem with Lotus 123 and I am now an avid Microsoft Excel supporter.  Last week, I held a webinar on Management […]

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ERP Business Intelligence for Mid-Sized Companies

Business Intelligence (BI) and KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) are finally affordable and easy to use for a mid-sized company. With Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2, you have plenty of reporting tools to get the business information out to those that can use it in their day to day lives. One of the most exciting tools is Business […]

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Go Green with Financial Reporting in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

Management Reporter is a scalable client server Financial Reporting tool developed by Microsoft using Microsoft SQL Server as a database. It is used by Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 users to create Financial Reports such as Income Statements, Balance Sheets, and Statements of Cash Flow. MR’s easy to use building blocks (rows columns and trees) allow […]

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Choosing the Right ERP Partner Can Be Almost as Difficult as Choosing the Software

The explosion of  internet purchasing has taught consumers to pit vendors against each other in relatively short order to compete for your business via comparison shopping. In a market where anything can be purchased from anywhere in the world, we all want the best products without paying the most expensive prices. Merchants of these goods all compete […]

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Five Things To Consider When Searching for an ERP System

After spending over 10 years as an end user, decision maker, and stakeholder in the ERP selection process, I have compiled a short list of elements to consider when choosing your next purchase. ERP systems can be very similar in certain aspects, but very different in others. Some systems are more economical, others offer ease […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP and SharePoint 2010: A Perfect Match

One huge benefit from purchasing a Microsoft ERP system is the Microsoft “stack” of products that stand as the backbone and seamlessly integrate with each other.  Products such as Office, SharePoint, SQL, Access, Virtualization products, and of course, Windows operating systems all work much easier with a Microsoft ERP system. SharePoint 2010 is a product […]

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Successful Upgrade of Microsoft Dynamics GP 9 Healthcare Customer to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

A health care association in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago recently upgraded from Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0 to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010.  The organization has been using Microsoft Dynamics GP for over 10 years.  Because of both the tremendous additional functionality and the fact that mainstream support for Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0 ends on January […]

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