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An Early Look at Dynamics 365 – One Platform for ERP, CRM, and Applications

What if you could roll your financials, CRM, and all your productivity tools into a single cloud-based solution? Microsoft is making this dream combo into a reality with Dynamics 365, its upcoming platform that unifies all your workflows across financials, operations, CRM and business apps, all in the leading cloud for business, Microsoft Azure. The basics of […]

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43 Questions You Must Ask Before Hosting Dynamics GP Online

A distinct advantage of Microsoft Dynamics GP is that you have the choice to deploy it in the traditional “on premise” method OR the now popular “in the cloud” option. This means you can change the way you access your system as your business needs change.

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Are you a Dark Knight or a Man of Steel when it comes to ERP deployment?

There are many important questions that you have to ask yourself when deciding to implement a new ERP solution for your business. We would like to suggest one more that should be added to your list… who do you prefer, Batman or Superman? While the relevance might not seem instantly obvious, after watching the latest […]

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ERP Is Moving To The Cloud At The Speed Of Light

Cloud computing has been in the news for years now and software providers have been offering cloud-based services for quite some time.  Now businesses are moving entire enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems into the cloud and they appear to be moving in that direction more than previously thought. According to a survey of IT executives […]

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Keep Your Options Open with Cloud ERP

The world of business is being redefined by cloud computing every day. Because of the accelerated rate of change, dealing with pitfalls of cloud deployment, and the tedious task of customizing and upgrading cloud applications, some companies are having a difficult time keeping up with the hastened rate of change. Socius has developed a ‘Power […]

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Cloud Hosting: Pros and Cons of Moving Your ERP to the Cloud

Cloud hosting – is it for your business? With 47% of companies surveyed by Gartner planning on moving their core systems to the cloud in the next 5 years, you may be wondering if this is something you should hop on before you miss the bus. Moving ERP to the cloud is not just a […]

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White Paper: Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 on Windows Azure

Windows Azure is a competitive open and flexible cloud platform that puts a full Windows Server experience at your fingertips without the need for expensive networking and server infrastructure. Combine Windows Azure with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, and you have yourself a high-powered, user-friendly business management solution for your small or midsized business without […]

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Cloud ERP: Where do we go from here?

Historically, technology leaders have been uneasy about making drastic changes in their IT departments, especially when it comes to financial management systems. However one of the newest business technologies, cloud computing, is becoming more and more popular so Chief Information Officers are taking the time to learn more about the benefits of cloud technology. As […]

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Current ERP Trends: What You Need to Know About the Cloud

Part 4 in the blog series: "What is ERP" brings us: "Current ERP Trends: What you need to know about the Cloud." Until recently the ERP industry was defined by two types of products.  Those defined as general or ‘horizontal’ solutions versus those defined as ‘industry specific’.  Typically a product would fall into one of […]

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Cloud Enabled Microsoft Dynamics ERP Making Headway this Year

At Convergence 2012, Microsoft announced that the upcoming releases of Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2013 and Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 will be cloud enabled through the Azure platform.  That’s right. You will soon have the option to deploy your enterprise resource planning (ERP) software via the cloud, on-premises, hosted by your Microsoft partner, or with a […]

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