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Posts Tagged ‘Go live’

Implanter un nouveau système ERP : Quel est le meilleur moment pour le go-live?

L’implantation d’un nouveau système de gestion d’affaires est toujours une période de transition et de bouleversement. Il est donc important d’identifier le bon moment pour la mise en marche du système afin de minimiser l’impact sur vos utilisateurs et vos opérations. Mais la vérité est qu’il n’y a jamais de bon moment. Un go-live comporte […]

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Implementing a New ERP System: When Is the Best Time to Go live?

The implementation of a new business management system such as Microsoft Dynamics GP or Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is always a period of transition and upheaval. It’s important to identify the right time for your go-live in order to minimize the impact on your users and operations. But the reality is, there’s never a […]

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Project Management Services Keeps Your Implementation from Going Off the Rails

You have received your new proposal from your partner for a Dynamics AX Implementation and are reviewing the services section looking for ways to trim cost. At last your eyes land on the item you were looking for and that you are anxious to hack away at like a bad hangnail – Project Management Services.  You as […]

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Pitfall #6 – AP Automation for Microsoft Dynamics

So far, I have written about the following: 1. Know your environment –Look internally at your process before you look externally. 2. Select a service provider – Use facts, numbers, and data rather than your “gut feeling” to make your decision. 3. Get organized – Compile your learnings from the data you’ve gathered and set […]

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3 Keys to ERP and CRM Success After Go-Live

I recently wrote a post commenting on data which demonstrates that Dynamics NAV represents the majority share of the Dynamics pie, with 45% of the total installed license base globally. While I think it’s easy to explain NAV’s success because of the many great features and functions, I believe that successfully getting the benefits from an […]

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What A Prospect Learned When They Didn’t Choose Microsoft Dynamics GP & SalesPad

I recently checked back with my champion at a prospect company, a sale which I lost about four months ago. The selected upgraded software is purchased; the annual plan locked in; funds are spent for implementation, consulting, travel expenses, and training. All that’s left is “free” online training. The key employee that drove the decision has dug his heels in to defend the implementation.

But the truth is, they aren’t live. What happened?

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