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4 Signs You Should Choose Dynamics NAV over Dynamics GP

At their core, most ERP solutions have essentially similar capabilities. This makes it hard to find the differences between systems and decide which is right for your business. This issue is further complicated by the fact that Microsoft Dynamics provides four industry-leading solutions, two of which are the most similar: Dynamics NAV and Dynamics GP. […]

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5 Reasons to Choose Microsoft Dynamics GP Over NAV

There are a host of similarities between Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics NAV. They are both full-featured, industry leading business management solutions, backed by Microsoft’s dedicated R&D department. They both have been proven in tens of thousands of businesses worldwide, providing financial management and operations capabilities that save time and support business growth. With […]

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7 Benefits of Automated AR Processes

If your company has yet to automate its accounts receivable (AR) process, it could be making a costly mistake. As your company grows and expands, the need for automation to avoid errors and lost revenue becomes even greater. AR processes are constantly under pressure to improve process time, reduce complexity and make efficient use of cash flow. Whether […]

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The Business Need for a Speedy ERP

In most things, people love speed. We love fast cars, fast checkout lines, fast food, fast service and fast business. Particularly in business, it is more than just a desire. When it comes to staying competitive, speed is a necessity. More specifically, businesses need to consistently be on the cutting edge of innovation to stay […]

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5 Tasks to Automate By Connecting Your Shipping and ERP Solutions

If you are a manufacturer or a distributor that is running your shipping management software and your financial or ERP software systems separately, you could be wasting valuable time and running the risk of costly manual entry errors. When you are using two separate systems, you have to enter the data twice – increasing your […]

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