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Dynamics GP 2013 Limited User Licenses: What are They and How Much Do They Cost?

Have you ever thought it would be nice for more people in your organization to have access to GP 2013? This is a thought that often crosses the minds of our current customers and prospects. But two common concerns often lead them to quickly give up the notion of extending access to Dynamics GP. Those […]

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5 Reasons CFOs Need Microsoft Dynamics GP in Today’s Economy

  CFO's are under serious pressure to squeeze every last drop of revenue possible out of their business model, operational processes, technology, and people to maximize productivity and lower costs. During times like these, strong emphasis is placed on reporting and business intelligence to give decision-makers a view of the business from every angle and […]

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5 New Enhancements That Make Life Easier for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Users

“Don’t bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself.” – William Faulkner Microsoft’s team of developers know the intuition behind business processes and how to turn those processes into new software functionality.  With their experience, they continuously strive to enhance Microsoft Dynamics GP in pursuit of formulating […]

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6 Key Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Enhancements for Distributors and Manufacturers

  “Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.” – Vincent van Gogh   Good news for distributors and manufacturers, the Inventory Control module in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 has been enhanced in a number of ways to give greater control over inventories and visibility.  Microsoft has […]

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De-Mystifying MRP in Dynamics GP

One of the most powerful features of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Manufacturing Suite, is MRP – Materials Requirements Planning. Paradoxically, it may also be one of the least understood functionalities in the GP world! While MRP can work wonders for a manufacturing organization in helping control inventory, there is a certain level of hesitation, in […]

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4 Ways SalesPad Transforms Your Microsoft Dynamics GP User Experience for Maximum Sales Results

“The difference between getting somewhere and nowhere is the courage to make an early start.” – Charles M. Schwab   Microsoft Dynamics GP is a great tool to improve your company’s efficiency, but are you getting the most out of your system?  Perhaps your sales team is spending too much time entering documents when they […]

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5 Sales Tax Tips for Microsoft Dynamics GP Users

“Mediocre men wait for opportunity to come to them.  Strong, able, alert men go after opportunity.” B.C. Forbes Debates over online sales tax, and related statutory rules and rate changes have vaulted sales and use tax compliance to the top of every savvy businessperson’s 2013 action list. Understanding how to implement safeguards and systems, monitor […]

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4 Mistakes to Avoid in Dynamics GP Today for Faster Bank Reconciliations Tomorrow

“What isn’t tried won’t work.” – Claude McDonald Has your Microsoft Dynamics GP General Ledger Cash Account Balance not matched your Bank Reconciliation Checkbook Balance before and you weren’t sure where to look? Here are 4 common reasons why they might not add up and things you might want to try for a solution to […]

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Top 5 Most Viewed ERP Software Blog Posts by Turnkey Technologies, Inc. in 2012

“I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” – Thomas Jefferson Turnkey Technologies, Inc. has enjoyed sharing great ideas and insights about Microsoft Dynamics GP and ERP Software on the ERPsoftwareblog.com in 2012.  The main goal has always been to educate the reader, giving a unique perspective of Microsoft […]

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