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How can you make an ERP system implementation comfortable for your employees?

Take our FREE ERP Assessment Even though ERP vendors try to make implementation as smooth as possible, there are still some challenges that may come along the way. It takes a lot of time for employees to get used to the new software and start to get benefits from it but there's a way to […]

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The Proper Way to Run an ERP Implementation Project

An enterprise resource planning project often has a lot of confusion around it at the time of implementation.  Much of this confusion stems from whether or not the responsibility for the ERP implementation falls on the consultant or the client.  There are many ERP implementation projects that go very smoothly, while others just blow up.  Why […]

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How to Plan for Microsoft Dynamics GP Implementation

An ERP implementation is one of the most difficult challenges a company can weather together. Keeping the process on-schedule and under-budget can be challenging, but it is possible. Follow these steps to ensure a greater chance of success during your Microsoft Dynamics GP implementation and to avoid the top ERP software problems. Build A Strong […]

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Avoiding ERP Implementation Failure: The How, Who, What, When and Why

View our free webinars   Sign up for WebSan University Download a FREE Demo Implementing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software and projects are no easy tasks. With many moving parts and personnel involved in the mix, the process becomes all the more daunting. To help avoid common pitfalls and offer some considerations, Software Advice, a trusted […]

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Video Testimonial: Clients First & Dynamics NAV, Keeping the Railroads Moving

RCL Services Group, LLC, a longtime Clients First & Dynamics NAV user, provides railroad signal construction and signal material integration services to the freight and passenger rail industry.  RCL Services’ primary subsidiaries include: Railroad Controls, LP, RCL Wiring, LP and RCL Burco, LP the leaders in railroad signal construction and signal integration in the United […]

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Best Practices for ERP Integration

Integrating your ERP system into other business applications is key to realizing its full potential. Unfortunately, it’s easy for a poorly planned integration to suck money, time and resources. Whether you need to pull data into your ERP system, push data to other business applications or both, these best practices for ERP implementation will help […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX Implementation Best Practices from Convergence 2014

This year, Microsoft Dynamics Convergence was mind blowing and super energetic, proposing strong topics, interesting interactive activities, and impressive networking possibilities. During the conference, Microsoft has focused on Microsoft Dynamics AX implementation methodology, which is considered a key element in determining the success or failure of this software solution. In a nutshell, AX implementation methodology […]

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What to Do When People Who Love Paper Won’t Fold

Peek into the foundations of any long-established business, and you are likely to discover that it has been built on paper. Accounts payable (AP) departments traditionally have been especially dependent on paper for invoices and their accompanying documentation, with elaborate entry and approval processes designed for a paper-based world. Over the past quarter century, Microsoft Dynamics and […]

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Budget for Dynamics GP 2013 Hardware and Infrastructure Requirements and Costs

The release of Dynamics GP 2013 includes some great new features. But I feel that I want to hold up a sign saying: “Warning, May Cause Infrastructure Investment.” We have found that many of our Dynamics GP users and prospective users are operating on hardware and software that is no longer supported. Unlike past upgrades, […]

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ERP Workarounds: Putting Your Company at Risk

How many workarounds do your employees use to get their job done? The term workaround is used to describe business processes that are handled outside your ERP, CRM and Line of Business (LOB) applications. Employees depend on workarounds when the current system is too hard to use or too slow. Workarounds take many forms Workarounds […]

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