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Guide for Replacing Accounting Software

Business is changing at a rapid pace as well as technology solutions to keep up with these demands. Companies that rely on older, legacy accounting software are gambling that this older technology can meet business needs without causing risk.  This Guide for Replacing Accounting Software can help you explore options for better and modern technology […]

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Top 10 Reasons Your Business Should Move to the Cloud

I was cleaning out my closet the other day and came across a box of 3.5 floppy disks and thought to myself, flashback! It’s a good thing technology has changed and we now have the Cloud. If you have heard of the Cloud, but still don’t know what it is; simply put, it’s a delivery […]

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The New Dynamics 365 – What You Need to Know

By now you have already heard about the latest release of Dynamics 365 from Microsoft. Now it is time to learn about what it means for you and your company. Come listen to our lead on Dynamics 365, Tim Tishman, provide you answers to some important questions you should be asking. Topics What is Dynamics […]

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The Benefits of Cloud Accounting

View our pricing   Get started with our NAV + CRM offer Download a FREE Demo Cloud accounting is the process of storing your data and applications in a remote external server which can be accessed through the Internet, at any point, from any location. In recent years, the use of Cloud accounting software, such as […]

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Revenge of the Zombie Clauses

This past Sunday was (as most of us are aware) Valentine’s Day.  It’s a time many look forward to for great dinners, nights out, and quality time with our significant others. For science fiction fans, the excitement was about something else entirely.  Sunday marked the mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead.  For those of you who are not aware, […]

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To Deploy Dynamics GP in the Cloud or Not?

For the last few years, it’s become difficult to go more than a couple days without hearing someone bring up the terms “Cloud” or “Cloud computing.” Financial software, in particular is one of the main system types that have really been revolutionized by this trend.  However, there still remains a lot of confusion surrounding the […]

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Crestwood Associates to Host ERP Comparison Event

October 2015 – Do you have questions about all of the ERP and CRM options that you have? Feel like you aren’t getting all you can from your current system? Wondering if you need to upgrade, and if you should stay with an on-premise solution or move to the cloud? Or maybe you have questions […]

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How to Upgrade your ERP System in the Cloud

There’s the Cloud, and then there’s the Cloud. There are different levels of Cloud functionality and they are not equal when it comes to upgrading and ongoing maintenance. There are a lot of technical considerations happening behind the scenes that can greatly affect how your system is upgraded. We are all familiar with office productivity […]

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When to Choose the Cloud or Install On-premise for ERP

If you’re in the market for a mid-market ERP business management system you are probably considering choosing the Cloud or installing on-premise. A lot has been written about reasons to go to the Cloud or keep systems installed in-house or on-premise. One commonly quoted reason for not going to the Cloud is based on fear: the concern […]

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Does putting my business’s accounting data in the cloud make sense?

Increasingly, our clients are us asking about moving their Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics SL accounting systems and software to “the Cloud”. They are essentially coming to us and asking “does moving my accounting software and data to the cloud make sense for our company?” After many discussions with clients it is clear that […]

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