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4 Reasons Your Dynamics GP Implementation Will Fail

The headline may be a tad harsh – obviously the hope is you will succeed – but failed implementations of Microsoft Dynamics GP can be headed off early if you avoid these mistakes: You want a fixed fee implementation. It's simple, if you put a fixed price on the costs of implementation, then you are placing […]

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Fixed Fee for your ERP Implementation? Maybe not

Businesses looking to implement Microsoft Dynamics GP or SL have to make many considerations - the last of which usually is the price of the proposed solution. Implementing and configuring the software is an expensive proposition, and usually on a time and materials basis with the Value Added Reseller who will do the work. Many […]

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Distribution Case Study: To-Jo Mushrooms

In early 2013, To-Jo Mushrooms, a family-owned business for nearly eight decades, realized it was time to upgrade their distribution, inventory and sales force automation. They were struggling with multiple challenges due to growth and the difficulties of maintaining 5 separate entities. They were using Microsoft Dynamics GP, but felt they were not getting the […]

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3 Steps to a Successful Accounting Software Upgrade

Upgrading to a new accounting system like Microsoft Dynamics GP can be a difficult under taking. Many companies aren’t even sure where to begin. In order to ensure you have a successful implementation, you first need to have a roadmap for success – one in which the key people in your organization agree and buy […]

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Does putting my business’s accounting data in the cloud make sense?

Increasingly, our clients are us asking about moving their Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics SL accounting systems and software to “the Cloud”. They are essentially coming to us and asking “does moving my accounting software and data to the cloud make sense for our company?” After many discussions with clients it is clear that […]

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Senior Living: Key Benefits CCRC’s can realize with Dynamics GP

With merger and acquisitions becoming more common in the Senior Living space, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) often have multiple communities across multiple states. This results in financial reporting processes that require lengthy and time consuming formatting. Microsoft Dynamics GP can help, by delivering powerful reporting capabilities finance teams need along with the flexibility and […]

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Uncertain Times in the Long Term Care Industry

A recent article in McNights Long Term Care News highlighted the uncertainty that many in the long term care industry are facing. The piece notes, among other things, that entirely too many organizations are resistant to making IT changes, despite the fact that all available evidence suggests the long term care industry is somewhat behind, […]

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4 Things to Consider when Evaluating Cloud ERP

Like most business applications, there is a growing trend to move ERP software like Microsoft Dynamics GP away from on-premise installations and towards cloud based solutions. There can be tremendous cost savings in this model, as well as better infrastructure. Since a Cloud Vendor is responsible for hosting the ERP solution, and since that cost […]

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Customizing Dynamics GP? Make sure you pick the right partner

While Microsoft Dynamics GP has many features and great functionality right out of the box, there are situations and business needs for which some customization will be required. The reasons could be as simple as the need for a field to be added to a particular screen, or a more complex reason, such as greater order […]

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Disaster Recovery Planning for Dynamics GP

How often does your company perform a back up your Microsoft Dynamics GP? If you update your financial data daily, then a daily back-up is probably a part of your disaster recovery plan. This ensures that should your servers go down, at worst you have lost one day worth of data. A good back-up plan […]

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