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Microsoft Dynamics GP Provides What You Need Without Added Complexity

For companies moving from QuickBooks, we offer a proven process, refined by many QuickBooks customers who have made the change to Microsoft Dynamics GP. When you choose Microsoft Dynamics GP, you can focus on growing your business, rather than on the technology supporting it. Everything you need – your operating system, database, personal productivity tools, […]

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How Can Microsoft Dynamics GP Provide More Control With Financial Reporting?

If you’ve built your business on QuickBooks, you know it’s a great entry-level accounting solution.  As your business flourishes, however, QuickBooks may not be able to keep up.  There are signs you've hit your limits with your current systems and when those start to occur, its likely your future growth will be stifled until you […]

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Multi-user Capability of Dynamics GP Compared to QuickBooks

If the lack of true multi-user capability is holding back your customer service and sales staff, here’s a simple explanation of what you’ll gain by upgrading from QuickBooks to Dynamics GP.

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iOS 7 Prepares Apple for the Enterprise

Apple’s newly released iOS 7 has several features that Enterprise IT has been craving! These new features are centered-around remote device management and security and authentication down the application level.  Both are significant for Enterprise IT support because it allows the proper policies to be put in place.  According to Erik Frieberg, VMware “in iOS […]

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Microsoft Office Accounting is Dead But as Companies Grow They Will Come Back to Microsoft for Dynamics ERP

Microsoft just announced they will discontinue the Microsoft Office Accounting product as of Nov 16, 2009.  Honestly, this product never really took off the way Microsoft hoped it would and this is not a surprise announcement.   At a session at the Connecticut CPA Society last year I saw an industry expert compare the strengths and […]

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