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Cloud Survey 2016 – Dynamics SMB Partners

The demand for cloud-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions will continue to grow at a rapid pace. Microsoft has responded to this demand by building ERP software solutions that are primed to work as cloud apps. With recent announcements about Dynamics 365, several questions have emerged that few are asking, yet everyone is thinking about. How is […]

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Look Ma – No Server! Cloud ERP – It’s Growing Up So Fast…

  More and more organizations are taken with the allure of server-less implementations, low initial investments, and relatively easy deployments that cloud ERP software offers.  It’s hard to ignore the buzz.   Can you afford to ignore the buzz?   Whether you’re a small or mid-sized business with an out-dated on-premise solution that may not be […]

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Six Reasons Why ERP in the Cloud Is a Necessity Not a Luxury.

Cloud computing is a term that has redefined the way business is done in the recent past.  It has brought a sigh of relief especially to businesses that were not able to leverage their investment with IT due to the exorbitant infrastructure acquisition costs. The cloud has definitely streamlined business processes in a cost effective […]

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If You Believe in Tinkerbell and Microsoft Dynamics GP in the Cloud, Clap Your Hands!

In December, just a few days before the official release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013, Pam Misialek from Microsoft posted an article entitled “Becoming a Believer” on the MSDN Blog about Microsoft’s journey to bring ERP into the cloud. For those of you who may not know this, GP2013 was the first release of this […]

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4 Things to Consider when Evaluating Cloud ERP

Like most business applications, there is a growing trend to move ERP software like Microsoft Dynamics GP away from on-premise installations and towards cloud based solutions. There can be tremendous cost savings in this model, as well as better infrastructure. Since a Cloud Vendor is responsible for hosting the ERP solution, and since that cost […]

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IT-Free Microsoft Dynamics GP, Why the Cloud May Be Right for You

There is a lot of buzz around Cloud computing solutions. If you are looking to migrate to Microsoft Dynamics® GP or upgrade your current version, does it make sense for you to consider an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution in the Cloud? Here are some of the advantages to hosting your Microsoft Dynamics GP solution […]

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WEBINAR / RESOURCES: How Cloud ERP Maximizes Business Value

As Cloud ERP adoption continues to accelerate, companies who are considering it need to grasp two things: (1) why companies are moving to the Cloud (the benefits they derive) and (2) how they use it to maximize business value and miminize risk. If you're exploring Cloud ERP options, here are some resources to help you make these evaluations […]

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35 Questions Every CFO Needs to Ask about ERP Software in the Cloud

Cloud.  It’s a hot topic.  There’s a lot of chatter out there in the blogosphere, and white papers galore, including one that we here at Altico Advisors contributed to as a participating member of the ERP Software Blog:  ”35 Questions Every CFO Needs to Ask about ERP Software in the Cloud.”  It’s a great white […]

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Current Microsoft Dynamics GP Offers – Too good to be true?

There’s a saying out there that goes something like this:  If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.  The key word in this case is “probably.” Because Microsoft is in fact running a promotion, valid through June 22nd, that allows you to buy 5 users of Microsoft Dynamics GP for only $3000.  That […]

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Addressing ERP Cloud’s Top Security Issues

There has been a lot of progress in terms of cloud security over the past few years, but despite the advancements, companies still have their hesitancies.  Maybe it’s the thought of your most important business data floating around in a mystical cyber-cloud that makes you wonder where your data is going and whether it’s going […]

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