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Is It Time to Automate Your Purchase Orders?

If your business is focused on inventory, you probably fill out purchase orders on a regular basis. Creating purchase orders manually is a time-consuming task. It’s a process that costs money and involves some trial and error. If you’re still manually creating purchase orders, it might be time for your company to invest in an […]

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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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5 Ways Dynamics GP Helps Distribution Companies

Streamlined Order Processing By automating your distribution processes with Dynamics GP, you can replace paper-based, manual ordering processes with efficiency and quickly receive, process and invoice orders as they come in. By using tools such as SalesPad, you can create sales documents exactly how the customer requests them. Improved Customer Relationships and Service Dynamics GP […]

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Does your Distribution Software Qualify for “Throwback Thursday”?

Throwback Thursday – for those who may not be familiar – is a trend in which people find old photos of themselves or loved ones and post them online. The idea is to have a good natured laugh at the way things used to be – think old yearbook photos, family photos of vacations in […]

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Choose ERP Software That Knows How to Play Nice With Others

For some reason, some business applications are dedicated to locking out software from other providers. The rationale seems to be ‘If our application only plays nice with our other first-party applications, our customers will buy all our products!’ But from the customer’s perspective, exclusionary software drives up costs, sometimes to the point that steep concessions […]

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