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Four Options for Integrating your Dynamics GP: the Case for Scribe

Once you’ve made the choice to switch to Microsoft Dynamics GP, there’s one final hurdle to clear: developing a plan to migrate your existing data to the new system. To help navigate you through the options, here’s a guide to the merits of four common solutions:  two from Microsoft, the two from Microsoft Certified third party software […]

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Data Migration and ERP Implementations: Do Not Be Afraid

You’ve undoubtedly heard the horror stories of botched data migration and the disastrous effects it can have on ERP implementations.  Some businesses are so terrified of the process that they remain prisoners to their ill-fitting, work-around accounting software, when what they need is an integrated business management solution. Data migration doesn’t have to be a […]

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A Flexible Import Framework for Microsoft Dynamics GP Integration with Third-Party Services

For many companies, Microsoft Dynamics GP is not the only software generating financial transactions. The implementation of third-party applications, such as point-of-sale terminals and web stores are vital to the operation of today’s businesses. The challenge is bringing all of those data elements together in Dynamics GP so a comprehensive and accurate view of the […]

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3 Ways To Import Data Into Microsoft Dynamics GP – Integration Manager, eConnect & Web Services

A powerful capability of Microsoft Dynamics GP is the ability to integrate data from other sources into GP.   Microsoft offers a couple technology solutions; some ISVs have leveraged those to provide tools with more sophisticated front-ends.   Microsoft tools for importing data into GP include: the Integration Manager, eConnect, and Web Services.  The Integration Manager (IM) […]

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