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What to Look For When Choosing Distribution ERP Software

Choosing ERP Software for Distribution: What to Look For Various industries have their distinct ways of doing business. Your distribution business may have much in common with other distribution operations, but it may have some unique aspects too. That is why it’s important to find the right ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software solution that meets […]

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Wholesale Distribution Inventory challenges Solved with NAV

Increasing customer demands with ever smaller margins is certainly a challenge for any company that relies on technology to efficiently manage the proper flow of inventory, such as wholesale distributors.  An improper or legacy Wholesale Distribution system can cost a company wasted time, too much inventory and worst of all lost customers. Common Wholesale Distributors […]

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Panatrack and Vicinity Manufacturing Deliver the Goods with Inventory Barcoding

What?? You wanted to sit in on the Barcode based Inventory Management webinar with Panatrack and Vicinity Manufacturing, but you missed it? You weren't able to make time to see examples of these great software packages perfectly synergizing with Microsoft Dynamics GP into one great Inventory Management solution? Well, you are in luck because your […]

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Distribution Software for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

By Mark Chinsky NAV-X is an industry vertical solution set designed to take Microsoft Dynamics NAV straight into high volume wholesale and other distribution environments. Designed to compete with 'heavy hitters" like Prophet 21, VAI, Distribution One or Infor SX, NAV-X is a comprehensive end to end solution. Unlike those other solutions, its based on […]

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How to Trade…the Right Way

Strengthening relationships with suppliers and vendors can improve the profitability of your business, as well as impress your customers.  Knowing where to buy the raw materials or products needed for your customers is an important first step in strengthening the supply chain.  When you have a customer order, you need to be able to determine […]

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Better Visibility into your Wholesale Distribution Operations through better ERP

Accurate information about business operations is an essential requirement for business success, especially in challenging environments. It is important to deliver meaningful insight to individuals and teams across your organization. With access to real-time data and a wide range of analytical and reporting tools—including graphical displays, online analytical processing (OLAP) cubes, and Web-based delivery options—people […]

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Top 5 Reasons to Select Microsoft Dynamics NAV for Your Wholesale Distribution Accounting Software

Microsoft Dynamics NAV provides accounting and finance solutions to help you track and analyze your business information. With end-to-end integration, you can efficiently manage your general ledger, payables, receivables, inventory, analytical accounting, fixed assets, and cash flow, in addition to performing bank reconciliations and collections. Microsoft Dynamics NAV Accounting Functionality can even manage your financial processes across multiple […]

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Top 5 Most Viewed ERP Software Blog Posts by Turnkey Technologies, Inc. in 2012

“I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” – Thomas Jefferson Turnkey Technologies, Inc. has enjoyed sharing great ideas and insights about Microsoft Dynamics GP and ERP Software on the ERPsoftwareblog.com in 2012.  The main goal has always been to educate the reader, giving a unique perspective of Microsoft […]

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Supply Chain Management Features in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013’s Starter Pack-Part 2 of 2:

PURCHASE LINE DISCOUNTING: Manage multiple item purchase price discounts that you have negotiated with individual vendors as based on such parameters as minimum quantity, unit of measure, currency, item variant and time period. The best, as based on the highest discount, unit cost is calculated for the purchase line when the order details meet the […]

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Supply Chain Management Features in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013’s Starter Pack-Part 1 of 2:

Effective production and supply planning is a careful balancing act. The goal for most production companies is to optimize supply planning to avoid stockout and backorders, and reduce ordering and inventory costs.  This requires agility to handle changes in demand as well as visibility into and control of the supply and demand of materials to […]

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