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Give Me 1 Minute and 48 Seconds to Show You Why it’s Time to Switch to Microsoft Dynamics GP for Accounting and Full ERP

Just view this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyFQ7mC9fas&feature=share&list=PLBE027591B1C070D6 It's exactly 1 minute and 48 seconds long. We understand that growing your business is difficult. That's why you need a business management system that grows with you. More than 90,000 small & medium-sized businesses have found the right solution to replace outdated financial systems. Why have they chosen Microsoft […]

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10 Signs That You Need to Replace Your Current Business Software System

How long have you been using your current Business Software System?  Does it meet your current requirements?  Does it need to be replaced?  These are excellent questions, but do you really know without a doubt that you need to make a change?  If you are like most firms, the signs are not so obvious unless […]

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Even Small Businesses Have Big Problems; Microsoft Dynamics GP Will Solve Those Problems!

And the same applies for mid-sized business, too. If you’re a small or mid-sized business, I’m 100% sure that you have some big problems to solve. Bigger than which copy machine to buy or what color to paint your new conference room. Maybe you have a problem that isn’t as big as Toyota’s recall of […]

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Download this eBook: 5 Proven Ways Medical Device Manufacturers and Distributors Improve Profits

The marketing gurus at Microsoft tell me that eBooks are the next big thing. Not that they're new. Just that they're gaining in popularity. So Altico Advisors decided to put that to the test by producing an eBook for one of our important constituencies - medical device manufacturers and distributors. The marketing gurus also tell […]

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If You Believe in Tinkerbell and Microsoft Dynamics GP in the Cloud, Clap Your Hands!

In December, just a few days before the official release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013, Pam Misialek from Microsoft posted an article entitled “Becoming a Believer” on the MSDN Blog about Microsoft’s journey to bring ERP into the cloud. For those of you who may not know this, GP2013 was the first release of this […]

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Microsoft IS One of the Good Guys

I’ve always been a huge Microsoft fan.  After all, where would the world be without Microsoft?  Bill Gates had a dream:  a computer in every home.  Certainly in the developed world, we’re not far from that.  Yes, I know.  Microsoft has been accused of some high handed tactics.  And it’s true, I know people who […]

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What We Can Learn From Successful Microsoft Dynamics GP Implementations

A while back, I came across an article published by Panorama Consulting Solutions about the lessons we can learn from successful ERP implementations.  It was a message I took to heart.  Not just because of the specifics they shared about their client, but also because of what I call the “meta-message.”  And that is, if […]

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Microsoft Dynamics in The Cloud – “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs?”

If you have small children as I do, then chances are you’ve read them the book or watched the movie. “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” is about Flint, a young aspiring self-taught scientist who creates a device called the FLDSMDFR and “hosts” it in The Cloud.  From his small laboratory in the backyard he […]

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Explore Microsoft Dynamics GP – 15 Quick and Easy Ways

It’s a popular conception that in today’s world of instantly available information on the Internet, people tend to have little patience and short attention spans.  Of course, there are exceptions to every rule and there will be those of you who would prefer to read 50-page white papers or view 3-hour Webcasts.  But for those […]

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Solving the Problem of Software Systems That Don’t Talk to Each Other – It’s the #1 Complaint

By Jim Hickey, Vice President, Altico Advisors If you’re running more than one software application, which is true for most companies, and these disparate programs don’t talk to each other, you have a problem.  It’s called duplicate data entry and it’s tedious, time consuming, and costly. Based on my experience chatting with hundreds of prospective […]

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