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Microsoft Dynamics: Lucky (GP) 13!

Microsoft has announced the release date of the next version of GP, 2013, set for December 2012.  Already creating lots of buzz, this new version will feature over 100 enhancements to existing functionality. There are several exciting new features that will transform the way people and companies do business by providing more convenient access to […]

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Harry Potter Ends But Dynamics GP Is Still Going Strong!

This weekend marks the much anticipated conclusion of the extraordinarily successful Harry Potter movies with the release of the eighth and final film in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -  Part 2.  It is an incredibly rare and possibly even unique accomplishment for one story to have captivated and kept the attention of […]

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An ERP Implementation Failure Story – You be the Jury! (Part 1)

While stuck at home during a recent snowstorm I was digging through some old boxes and came across a stack of the “You be the Jury” books. The premise of these fictional short stories (by author Marvin Miller) is for the reader to decide the guilt or innocence of the party in question based on the […]

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3 Rules For Avoiding ERP Implementation Penalties

The golf world is all abuzz this week regarding the just completed PGA golf tournament.  Professional golfer Dustin Johnson was penalized two shots for grounding (touching the sand) his club in a messy “bunker” in the rough where fans were walking on the 72nd hole. The penalty kept him out of a playoff for the […]

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Why Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Is The New Way To Do Business!

In this so called “new economy” we (reluctantly) find ourselves improving upon (and in many cases reinventing) the way things used to be done and this is often the key difference between business success and failure.  For this very reason, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 is touted as the “new way” to do business and succeeds […]

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Dynamics GP – Love at First Sight!

Valentine’s Day celebrates relationships, some brand new, others long lasting.  Beyond the obligatory flowers and chocolate, ongoing romance endures for many reasons, which any good advice to the lovelorn columnist can elaborate on far better than I (although going on 30 years of marriage I must have done at least a few things right!) I […]

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Don’t Get Tricked, Discover the Treats of Microsoft Dynamics GP!

The Balloon Boy escapade which has captivated the attention and ire of millions continues to provide new twists at every turn.  The latest developments claim the entire event was an elaborate hoax – a publicity stunt geared to trick the public into believing that the boy was on board the balloon during its two hour […]

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One…Two..Three Strikes against the RFP process for selecting ERP software

The Colorado Rockies have clinched a spot in the coveted postseason baseball playoffs with the initial round of division games set to begin later this week. Baseball progresses through 2 elimination rounds, a divisional and conference series, progressively weeding out the losers until the two remaining teams go at it in the World Series.....In the midst of all this excitement, I find myself distracted by being the finalist in an RFP process to provide software and services for a new Dynamics GP ERP implementation. This Colorado based prospect is evaluating business software solutions from six different accounting software vendors, all who have had to go through a rigorous 2 round elimination process before the final two business software solutions are selected.

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Cash for Clunkers – Time to Trade in Your old ERP software?

The overwhelming success of the government sponsored cash for clunkers automobile incentive program has everyone thinking of what else can be “traded” in for something better. Manufacturers, distributors and vendors are getting extremely creative in offering their customers opportunities to benefit from the economic downturn by replacing outdated or ineffective “technology” with something newer and more […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP is Second to None

When I meet with a new prospect, I am often asked to provide collaborative evidence of how the Microsoft Dynamics GP solution stacks up against the competition, as if by doing so all other decision criteria become less important. And yes, in my sales “toolkit” I have access to numerous studies and can cite various sources that rank Great Plains as the top middle market solution, but I find competing solutions can dig up some survey from somewhere that also shows their solution as the top choice.

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