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Why Choose a Microsoft Dynamics ERP System

Why choosing a Microsoft Dynamics ERP system is the best long-term investment you can make Sometimes it makes sense to find an out of the way restaurant that only a few people know about. Generally, though, I would like to find that one that everyone is going to. Whether it is because of the quality […]

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When to Choose the Cloud or Install On-premise for ERP

If you’re in the market for a mid-market ERP business management system you are probably considering choosing the Cloud or installing on-premise. A lot has been written about reasons to go to the Cloud or keep systems installed in-house or on-premise. One commonly quoted reason for not going to the Cloud is based on fear: the concern […]

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35 Questions Every CFO Needs to Ask about ERP Software in the Cloud

Cloud.  It’s a hot topic.  There’s a lot of chatter out there in the blogosphere, and white papers galore, including one that we here at Altico Advisors contributed to as a participating member of the ERP Software Blog:  ”35 Questions Every CFO Needs to Ask about ERP Software in the Cloud.”  It’s a great white […]

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Hosted ERP System Benefits

As we talk to people about hosting their ERP systems in the cloud, these are some of the benefits we find people are most interested in:  Pay for what you use – With a subscription based licensing model,  end users only pays for the number of user licenses they are utilizing each month. Lower and […]

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What is Microsoft Office 365?

What is Microsoft Office 365? You’ve heard about it – now what exactly is Microsoft Office 365? Microsoft Office 365 brings the power of cloud productivity to their most recognized communications products. Microsoft Office 365 includes: Microsoft Office The world’s leading productivity tool on the desktop (Office Professional Plus) and on the Web (Office Web […]

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