Posts Tagged ‘Compare Accounting Software Packages’

Take a Break From Frustration - Choose Microsoft Dynamics GP

It’s Monday morning and you’re hoping to have a productive start to the day.  Hot coffee and doughnut in hand, you start up your computer and open your accounting system. As you wait for it to open, you take a sip of coffee and drift off for a moment. Soon you realize your screen still …

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What are the Differences Between Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics NAV?

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 …

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Microsoft Dynamics GP or QuickBooks: Which is Right for Your Business? Compare and Decide.

We know that choosing an accounting package is a big decision that can quickly become overwhelming.  That’s why we created the graphic that you see below, to give companies like yours a quick, easy to follow head to head comparison of Microsoft Dynamics GP and one of its key competitors, Intuit QuickBooks.    Click the …

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Accounting Software Comparison for Professional Services

With so many choices on the market, what is the best solution for your professional services business? Microsoft Gold Partner and accounting/ERP solution provider - SBS Group - understands the frustration faced by many finance and accounting professionals when evaluating solutions. With that in mind, we created the ERP/Accounting Software Comparison Day series for various …

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Cloud ERP Options: Compare Microsoft Dynamics GP vs. Acumatica

At this year’s Convergence, Microsoft announced that all their ERP solutions will be available in the cloud.  Although pledging that this would happen, there was little or no detail as far as when it might happen, which solutions will be available first, or what the pricing would be.  I have no doubt that Microsoft will …

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Microsoft Delivers a Better ROI on Maintenance and Support Versus Oracle and SAP

By Mike Kean, Altico Advisors Thanks to Jason Carter on PartnerCompete and the Microsoft team for this insightful piece on the cost and value of maintenance and support contracts.  In a tight economy the big vendors are coming under more scrutiny regarding their maintenance fees and what customers receive for those fees, Microsoft says it …

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The Top 10 Reasons CFOs and CPAs Use Microsoft Dynamics GP Accounting Software

I asked our CFO, who comes from a public accounting background and is a CPA, what the top 10 features are that a CFO would want in an accounting/ERP system.  He’s a Letterman fan, so he gave them to me in the popular countdown format.  Here is his unedited list: 10.  Ability to track customer …

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Have You Heard About SaaS? Is It Right For You?

Let’s start off with a little quiz. SaaS is: A) a discount airline offering direct flights to Finland, B) a turbo charged automobile well suited for the German Autobahn, C) Software as a Service, D) not as good as the hype would have you believe. If you answered “C”, you get points for accuracy. If you answered “D”, you have passed the quiz with honors! (Don’t feel bad if you answered A or B)

Simply put, Software as a Service (SaaS) is a delivery method for software in which the applications are hosted by a third party, rather than reside on your servers. To access the software, you pay monthly subscriptions fees based on the number of users. At first glance, this model seems very attractive - no upfront software costs, fast implementation, no new hardware to purchase and maintain. But there are many critical factors to take into account if you are considering SaaS solution.

 

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