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How is a Dynamics GP Software Consultant Like a Bartender?

Let’s start by saying this:  Change is Hard. Countless studies have been made regarding the changes that affect people the most and one of the most stressful changes is a change to your job. I am not just talking about getting fired or promoted.  As a veteran Dynamics GP training consultant I know there is […]

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Burned by Bad Customers? New Website Lets You Warn Other Business Owners

I recently went through the experience of reporting a dishonest business to the Better Business Bureau. Then I went on a bit of a rampage and left bad reviews on a number of consumer websites. It made me feel better to vent and I hope I saved others the misery of working with that company. […]

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Cheat Sheet for Reading Between the Lines of ERP Software Quotes

Shopping for ERP software can be a long and arduous process. To find the system that will work for your business, you must weed out the many options that do not even come close. Many vendors will show off impressive-looking software, but only a few will be worth your time. Those few may offer you […]

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13 Blog Posts on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Pricing and other Shortcuts for the ERP Software Buyer

Calculating the cost of Microsoft Dynamics GP is much easier than it has been in the past. In a nutshell the cost of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 software licenses are:  Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Price List Starter Pack (3 Users) = $5,000 Additional Full User = $3,000 Additional Limited (Read Only) User = $600 Optional: […]

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Collections Management Added to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Price List as One Time Cost

UPDATED INFO February 2013: The information in this post has changed. Official annoucement now states: "After a successful 12 year licensing relationship, Microsoft is transferring the ongoing sales, maintenance and support of the Collections Management back to Professional Advantage, the authors of the software. Effective June 1, 2013, Collections Management for Microsoft Dynamics GP will no longer […]

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Microsoft Dynamics ERP Industry Expert Discusses Biggest Issues Faced by Distribution Companies

Supply chain management is becoming an increasingly sophisticated and complex part of business. Ensuring product quality, delivery, and efficient logistics is not an easy task, but it is vital in order for modern business's to stay competitive. The Distribution Software Blog recently interviewed Michael Shoemaker, the Director of Microsoft's Distribution and Consumer Goods Industry Development, […]

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Tip to Maximize Your Protected List Price Prior to a Dynamics GP 2013 Upgrade

Microsoft has announced all kinds of licensing changes for the new Dynamics GP 2013 release. Many of the a la carte modules that customers paid extra for in the past will be included free in Dynamics GP 2013. So a thrifty company might reason, “why not deactivate that extra functionality now to lower my overall […]

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Unofficial Guide to the Two Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Upgrade Policies

Before any important decision involving money you should read all the long boring policy documents involved. But sometimes it helps to get a summary, just to get you on the right track. This is my unofficial summary of the official “Microsoft Dynamics Transition Upgrade Policy for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013” with the most important facts […]

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Microsoft Offers Cash Back Incentive to Send Your Whole Team to Convergence 2013

Microsoft Convergence 2013 will be held in New Orleans, LA to be held on March 18-21. This event is not just for Microsoft Dynamics users. It is for prospective users too. What better way to see the software in action and get a taste of the community you are thinking of joining. Microsoft just announced […]

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Microsoft Announces Pricing Changes to SQL Server Licensing for Microsoft Dynamics GP

When you buy a Microsoft Dynamics ERP product, Microsoft licenses a Runtime version of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard or Enterprise Edition that is meant to ONLY be used with that Microsoft Dynamics ERP product. (Including Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft Dynamics SL or Microsoft Dynamics NAV). What you might not realize is […]

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