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Should You Invest in a Microsoft Dynamics Annual Maintenance Plan?

When you purchase an on-premise version of Microsoft Dynamics, you’ll be charged for the software itself plus one year of maintenance. The first year is mandatory, but in subsequent years you have a choice to continue the annual maintenance plan (also referred to as an enhancement plan) or let it lapse. The fee for the […]

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Webinar next week: How to prep for year-end in GP

Any good plan starts with preparation... as 2018 starts to dwindle, we turn our attention to the year-end close -- an easy task for some, difficult for others. To help ensure you are in the 'easy' camp, the CSSI Dynamics GP team will hold a free webinar next Thursday Nov. 8 on the topic of […]

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3 Steps to Success in Sales Order Processing on GP

Today’s business environment is fast-paced — every second counts. Do you feel bogged down by sales order processing on Microsoft Dynamics GP? If so, you're not alone. Too many companies find themselves wasting time on sales order management, and the challenge of getting clear visibility into each and every sales order can quickly turn into […]

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Upgrading Microsoft Dynamics GP

At Prophet we have the ability to track what version of GP each of our clients are currently using. When the time comes, we will be reaching out to them in order to schedule a GP upgrade if we deem it beneficial due to the implementation of a new feature or it becomes necessary for other […]

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The VAR-ISV Relationship

VAR - ISV Relationship I see an awful lot of companies that want to redesign their chart of accounts. This happens when folks are moving to Microsoft Dynamics GP from another system and it happens if they've been on GP for a while. The reality is that as a business grows, the nature of the […]

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Saying Goodbye: The Life Cycle of an ERP

The Life Cycle of an ERP   Your relationship began with a promising presentation, a hint of incredible things yet to come. You dreamed of the places you could go, the hurdles you would tackle together.  When the dust settles you discover the reality of your ERP relationship – the good times are the result […]

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Guidance for Updating Dynamics GP 2018 Payroll Tax Tables

Good news... Microsoft has released the 2018 updates for GP's payroll tax tables. You are going to want to perform these updates, and you may be interested in some guidance through the (relatively simple) steps involved. With that in mind, we put together a handy guide. This guide is available as a free download (with […]

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Multiple Bin Tracking – Transform GP into your WMS

By: Pam Burnham, Director of Product Strategy  Do you have inventory to track?  Instead of an investment in an independent Warehouse Management System (WMS), consider the functionality already available in your current Dynamics GP investment. In this article, we want to introduce you to one of the features that can transform your GP environment into […]

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How Important Is Your Hosting Provider when Working with Magento Platform?

eCommerce Partner with us      Frequently Asked Questions You now have an amazing web store powered by the world-class Magento platform. However, you might come across the worst scenarios when users shoot out crazy email regarding slowdown of the web store and error messages popping up when trying to add items to the cart for […]

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Adding a Workflow to Edit Employee Profiles

with Rob Wagner, Implementation Specialists -    With the recent release of Dynamics GP 2016, Self-Service User Type was introduced. This user type was added to give employees within organizations extremely limited access into the Dynamics GP. Access limitations to tasks which are considered to be self-service in nature. These tasks include, entering timesheets, changing […]

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