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Choose ERP Software That Knows How to Play Nice With Others

For some reason, some business applications are dedicated to locking out software from other providers. The rationale seems to be ‘If our application only plays nice with our other first-party applications, our customers will buy all our products!’ But from the customer’s perspective, exclusionary software drives up costs, sometimes to the point that steep concessions […]

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How Can Massachusetts Firms Track Sales Tax Rates, Rules, and Regulations?

Recently Massachusetts lawmakers in the House voted to repeal the technology tax on computer and software services. This time is was outvoted, but smart CFO’s will be prepared for similar legislation changes in the future. Currently, Connecticut, Hawaii, Mississippi, Nebraska, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Wyoming all require the tax. Massachusetts is […]

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11 Reasons Management Reporter is Better than FRx for Microsoft Dynamics GP

There are so many things that I really like about Management Reporter. Honestly, now when I look at FRx I can’t stand it. Here are 11 reasons I love Management Reporter versus FRx. I realize that some of them appear very simple and you may wonder why they make my favorites list. But believe me, I have been training users on financial reporting tools for over 15 years and I know that these are the features that will have the biggest impact on a user’s day to day activity. Management Reporter 2012 has replaced the popular FRx reporting tool for Dynamics GP. It used to be an expensive purchase but now unlimited Management Reporter users are included in the purchase of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013.

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Microsoft Dynamics GP with Windows 7 – It Just Works!

by Charles Ray, Senior Systems Specialist, CAL Business Solutions Windows 7 is here!  Officially releasing to the general public on October 23, Microsoft's new OS (Operating System) has been released to partners so we can help our clients know and learn.  I have been actively using Windows 7 Beta, Release Candidate, and now the RTM […]

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Sage CTO Admits: “Some of our products have fallen behind the technology curve”

When you choose a new ERP system for your company, it is a decision that you will need to live with for at least the next 7-10 years. So you want to make sure you choose a technology that is ahead of the curve and will not be outdated before you even get it installed. That is why I was pretty surprised to hear the new CTO for Sage admit in this ChannelWeb article that, “Some of our products have fallen behind the technology curve and need increased R&D investment." To me that would be a red flag. On the other hand, Kirill Tatarinov, the corporate vice president of Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) at Microsoft Corp recently said,

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What Do You Consider a “Sign” of Better Economic Times Ahead?

I contribute regularly to a blog site run by one of our partners called the Bullhorn Blogger.  (Bullhorn in an on-demand front office system for staffing and recruiting firms).  Because we have many Microsoft Dynamics GP clients in the staffing industry (and our own custom GP add for them called StaffLinx) we like to keep informed on the issues that […]

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