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Posts Tagged ‘ERP upgrades’

The Cost to Replace An ERP System Why It’s Not As Expensive As You Think

Replacing an ERP system, it’s a task that almost no one would call fun. There is a lot of time-consuming research and planning involved. But, like many things in life, it’s necessary occasionally. One factor in the decision to buy a new ERP system people often overlook is cost. Not the cost to replace an ERP […]

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Webinar: When & How to Upgrade from Dynamics AX to Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations

If you’re a Dynamics AX user, you likely wonder when and how to upgrade to Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations. What will you gain? Should you start soon or are you better off waiting? What are the support deadlines? What’s the best way to do it? If you have any of these ambiguous feelings […]

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What to Expect When Upgrading Your ERP Solution

What should you expect when upgrading your ERP solution? In a word: disruption – at least a little bit. If you use your Enterprise Planning (ERP) solution in a 100% vanilla-manner, then this probably doesn’t apply to you. For the rest of us, direct involvement is required to ensure that the configurations and customizations made […]

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3 Reasons to Streamline Your ERP Solution

To get the most out of your business management system, it’s important to stay current with your upgrades and software maintenance. This will make sure your systems are supported when new versions are released, so that your business can keep operating in an agile manner and maintain high customer satisfaction. But the process of upgrading […]

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If You Can’t Compete, ERP Software May Be Your Answer

Earlier this month, we had you take a 10 question quiz to see whether you needed a new ERP Solution. But many of our clients still ask us, “What is one ‘sure-fire’ signal that we need to upgrade or implement new ERP Software?” The questions in the quiz touch on various points, but it really […]

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10 Question Quiz to See if You Need a New ERP Solution

Once upon a time, your company was smaller, you didn’t have that many employees, and a basic ERP or accounting system got you by without much hassle. In short, it was “good enough”. But today, your company has changed. You most likely have more customers, more inventory and orders to handle, more complex processes that […]

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Staying Up To Date on Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Software systems today can no longer survive by only getting updated once every couple of years; the pace of technology is so fast and business changes to quickly. Microsoft Dynamics Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) products are no different.  Like Server and Desktop Operating Systems there are bugs that are encountered, new security vulnerabilities exposed, and major […]

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Preparing for the Inevitable: Upgrades for Your ERP Software

Many of us would like to implement an ERP solution once and not have to worry about it again, but this is not realistic and could put your company at risk.  Chances are good that you aren’t driving the same car you did 5 years ago and I highly doubt you are even using the same […]

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Reduce the Pain of ERP Upgrades With Better Planning

If you’re like most organizations, your ERP system has become the application support for the majority of your business processes and the source for your corporation’s most sensitive data. As these systems become more important, there are often conflicting opinions about how they should be maintained and updated. This is no longer a technical decision […]

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10 Steps To a Successful Accounting Software Upgrade

Replacing outdated accounting systems with more powerful solutions such as Microsoft Dynamics GP can reap many benefits – higher efficiency, more productivity, faster growth. In order to tackle the challenges involved in an upgrade, you first need to have a “roadmap” for success – one  which stakeholders in your organization approve and agree to follow. […]

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