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Why You Want a Dynamics GP-Specific WMS

The Microsoft Dynamics® ecosystem is diverse and broad. Many independent software vendors (ISVs) support all of the Dynamics products– Dynamics SL, Dynamics AX, Dynamics NAV and Dynamics GP. Some of these companies are also involved with non-Microsoft enterprise software products. Diversity can be an attractive business model. You have more products to sell, and more […]

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Video Testimonial: Clients First & Dynamics NAV, Keeping the Railroads Moving

RCL Services Group, LLC, a longtime Clients First & Dynamics NAV user, provides railroad signal construction and signal material integration services to the freight and passenger rail industry.  RCL Services’ primary subsidiaries include: Railroad Controls, LP, RCL Wiring, LP and RCL Burco, LP the leaders in railroad signal construction and signal integration in the United […]

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What’s My Dynamics NAV Price?

Before you make the decision to implement Dynamics NAV in your organization, finding out Microsoft Dynamics' costs is very important to ensure that you stay within the budget allocated. But figuring out the total cost of an ERP implementation can be tricky. Since no two businesses are the same, the standard factors affecting ERP implementations […]

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Bluestar PLM: The “Missing Link” Between Engineering & Operations

Project management has evolved significantly with higher customer demands, increased technology, and the speed at which consumer goods are expected. Today, ETO and project management demands product lifecycle management (PLM) and ERP, such as Dynamics AX, to help enterprises manage, control, and link engineering activities with operations.  This sort of functionality exists, but finding a […]

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FREE Microsoft Dynamics Based Software!

Be ready for free software!  Years ago, the concept of the “App Store Experience” became a huge hit.  It was groundbreaking in its approach to fast and easy downloads of applications for free or next to nothing.    This marketplace approach is now central to the Windows 8 experience.  If you haven’t used the Windows Store, […]

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Safe Feed/Safe Food Certification Program – “Our Responsibility, Our Promise”

Submitted to Appolis, Inc. as our Guest Blogger – August 2012 By Keith Epperson, American Feed Industry Association’s vice president of manufacturing and training The Safe Feed/Safe Food Certification Program is a voluntary, independently third-party-certified program designed for feed mills and feed- and ingredient-related facilities in the United States and Canada. The SF/SF program establishes […]

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Top 3 reasons WithoutWire™ (WoW) is Not Your Daddy’s Warehouse Management System (WMS)

WithoutWire™ WoW Warehouse Management System is not like those implemented in the 20th century … dramatic changes are evident even compared to 2 years ago.  Appolis – The Art of Inventory brings you the top three reasons why!                                                           1.  Device Revolution:  Ruggedized handheld scanners, smartphones, tablets with integrated cameras and scanners translate to tracking […]

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Increase Visibility with Microsoft Dynamics Connectivity Tools

We’ve discussed the value of having one business management solution to rule over all areas of your business operations, but this doesn’t mean you can’t add new applications and systems. As your business grows, there will always be a need to expand your technology to stay competitive. The problem arises when you have disparate systems, […]

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The Evolution and Benefits of 2D Bar Code Technology

Understanding Bar Codes  First, to get a baseline understanding of bar codes, think of it as a font. I can use Calibri font or change the font to Times New Roman or even wingdings. You may also relate this to a different language and the bar scanner is the interpreter. In any case, a bar […]

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