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35 Questions Every CFO Needs to Ask about ERP Software in the Cloud

Cloud.  It’s a hot topic.  There’s a lot of chatter out there in the blogosphere, and white papers galore, including one that we here at Altico Advisors contributed to as a participating member of the ERP Software Blog:  ”35 Questions Every CFO Needs to Ask about ERP Software in the Cloud.”  It’s a great white […]

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Current Microsoft Dynamics GP Offers – Too good to be true?

There’s a saying out there that goes something like this:  If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.  The key word in this case is “probably.” Because Microsoft is in fact running a promotion, valid through June 22nd, that allows you to buy 5 users of Microsoft Dynamics GP for only $3000.  That […]

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Clearing Up the Cloud

Everybody has heard that cloud computing is the way of the future. The term is bandied about constantly but there is still an air of uncertainty as to what exactly it means. Being that it is an umbrella term for a number of different internet-based trends adds to the confusion. Basically the “cloud” refers to […]

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Is Software as a Service the Best Fit for Your Organization?

Plenty of software companies tell you that Software as a Service (SaaS) is the only way of the future.   But is that really true?  How can you decide whether to get in the game or stay on the sidelines?  Stepping back to take a clear look at your business needs can help you answer that […]

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The Difference Between Virtualization and Cloud Computing

As a newbie sales and marketing assistant at Custom Information Services, I kept getting thrown technical terms that I was unable to grasp.  That is until I did some research and discovered the easy way to understand and implement such terms or questions as, “What’s the difference between virtualization and cloud computing?”  Originally, I couldn’t even […]

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