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Price, Description and Benefits of Management Reporter in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013

Management Reporter is the hot new financial reporting tool that has replaced FRx in Microsoft Dynamics GP. In the past, you had to pay a license fee for each additional Management Reporter Designer or View user. But now when you purchase Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 you get an unlimited number of Management Reporter users for […]

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VIDEO: Microsoft Dynamics GP Customer Review Video – New England Distribution Company.

With the help of CAL Business Solutions, Amax Inc. (formerly the office products division of Stanley Black & Decker)  implemented a Microsoft Dynamics GP software with SalesPad, EDI and a 3PL system in 12 weeks with zero interruption to their multimillion dollar distribution business. They been running smoothly in the cloud ever since. This is […]

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Which Dynamics GP 2013 Modules Will Every Existing Dynamics GP User Receive Free?

As an existing Microsoft Dynamics GP user, what new functionality will you get in Dynamics GP 2013?  The new release is scheduled for December 2012, along with a new licensing model called Perpetual Licensing. Module Based Pricing (Standard and Professional Editions) and Business Ready Licensing (Business Essentials and Advanced Management Editions are going away.) If […]

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Comparison of The Top ERP Software Vendors of 1999. Where are they now?

Jason Carter at PartnerCompete wrote this interesting article and gave me permission to reprint it for our readers as normally it is for subscribers only.  He provides a list of the top 15 ERP software vendors from 13 years ago, along with each vendor’s estimated license revenue at that time, and an update on where […]

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Prep List: Planning for your ERP Software Implementation

“Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.” -  Alexander Graham Bell A successful ERP Software Implementation project requires a lot of preparation before implementation can even begin.  Data needs to be cleansed, roles need to be assigned, processes need to be reviewed, and much more.  Below are some key items that you can […]

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Why You Should Include Vendor Stability in your ERP Software Selection Criteria

Waiting and wondering if your ERP vendor will be swallowed up by a larger company is a stressful situation full of uncertainty. It has become so common for ERP systems to change hands or change forms in consolidations that analyst AlbertPang (Tips for riding out ERP vendor consolidation) has even come up with tips you […]

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Survey of Connecticut CFOs Reports Optimistic Outlook for Economy and 2011 Trends

The Hartford Business Journal article, “Northeast CFOs: Economy, inflation heating up”, summarized local findings of a national survey done by accounting-consulting firm Grant Thornton LLP.  Of the 318 U.S. CFOs and senior comptrollers participating, 59 were from the Northeast region - including Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, […]

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WPC Report: Is Dynamics GP Going Away? Not After the Month They’ve Had!

A worn-out unfounded rumor that some competitors use to inspire doubt in Dynamics ERP buyers has been; “Microsoft owns 4 ERP products now, is Dynamics GP going away?”  The answer is NO.  I am at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference this week, meeting with the managers who make those decisions. And the answer is clear […]

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WPC Report: Give New Dynamics GP Users the Training They Need to Navigate The System With Confidence

I arrived in Washington, DC today to attend the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. The conference officially started Sunday, so I am joining the other 13,000 attendees a few days late.  After completing registration and entering the DC Convention Center as an official badge flashing member of the event, my first feeling was, “where do I […]

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Don’t Buy the Cheaper No-Name ERP Software (or Sunscreen) or You Could Get Burned

Have you ever tried to get away with buying a cheaper brand but ended up bitterly regretting it later? And then spending twice as much later to repair the damage?  I learned an important life lesson this week - if you need a product to be really effective, don’t risk bad results by buying the […]

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