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4 Reasons Every Distribution Company Should Use SalesPad Dashboards in Microsoft Dynamics GP

I love SalesPad dashboards in Microsoft Dynamics GP because you can literally get any metric you need to run your distribution business.  That is a bold statement, so let me explain in more detail. In general, the SalesPad tool for Dynamics GP is focused on the sales and the inventory, so most of the reporting […]

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Why Distribution Companies Should Choose Microsoft Dynamics GP vs Industry Specific Software

In many cases software that is built for the distribution industry is strong in industry features but the financial features are weak, or not included. Dynamics GP is first and foremost a rock solid financial system including full financial reporting and business intelligence. It runs on a stable SQL database, it is easy to install […]

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Connecticut Non-Profit Insurance Co-Op Makes the Move From QuickBooks to Dynamics GP

A reliable and customizable financial management system is essential for any business. HealthyCT, a non-profit insurance co-op established in the State of Connecticut under the provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), made the switch from QuickBooks to Microsoft Dynamics GP as their business began to grow. Download the full story: Connecticut Nonprofit Insurance Startup Moves […]

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Microsoft Academic Alliance Helps Students Build A Future With Microsoft Dynamics

More than ever before, the next generation of young people entering the work force will need technology skills that go far beyond the basics. However many schools are ill equipped to prepare them with technology education on a professional level. Microsoft's Academic Alliance aims to give educators and students more access to technology to help […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 System Requirements

Microsoft plans to release Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 in December 2014. The system requirements and hardware specs have already been announced, so you can start planning now.

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How Two Companies Handle Complicated GL Allocations in Microsoft Dynamics GP

We had two clients recently that needed to do very complicated General Ledger allocations in Microsoft Dynamics GP. While Microsoft Dynamics GP did not have this functionality in the core system, we were still able to find a solution for them.

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3D Printing and Microsoft Dynamics GP for Manufactures and Distributors

At one time, 3D printing (also known as additive manufacturing) seemed like something out of a sci-fi novel.  Now, it has become a reality, and roughly 67 percent of industrial manufacturers now implement some form of 3D printing technology. And 25 percent plan to adopt 3D printing in the future, according to a report by […]

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Video Testimonial: Dynamics GP Helps Private School Keep Their Focus On The Kids

Fidelity & Integrity are two important qualities in education as well as in business. This is the motto for Choate Rosemary Hall, a private co-ed boarding school in Wallingford, Connecticut that traces its roots back to 1890. They have educated thousands of students from around the world including some very well known influencers in our […]

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INFOGRAPHIC: Do Business the Way You Choose with Microsoft Dynamics ERP

People love freedom, and they love choice. Revolutions are fought and won to secure it, and many will pay top dollar to ensure they keep it. Choice and flexibility in enterprise IT is not always guaranteed. With many vendors, once you start down a certain path, that is the path you must keep to for […]

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How Much Does Microsoft Spend on R&D for Dynamics GP?

Sometimes people try to say that Microsoft pays more attention to its other Dynamics ERP products than it does to Dynamics GP. From a marketing perspective that is arguably true. But what about where it counts - in R&D (That’s research & development, just to be clear). Usually people track R&D in terms of a […]

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