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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 Capabilities Guide

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 was released in December, and this 18-page guide provides a valuable overview of the product capabilities available within Dynamics GP 2018. Dynamics GP is a complete enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for small to medium sized businesses. Dynamics GP helps you gain control over your primary business drivers. From financials and human […]

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Cloud Hosting: Pros and Cons of Moving Your ERP to the Cloud

Cloud hosting – is it for your business? With 47% of companies surveyed by Gartner planning on moving their core systems to the cloud in the next 5 years, you may be wondering if this is something you should hop on before you miss the bus. Moving ERP to the cloud is not just a […]

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5 Reasons CFOs Need Microsoft Dynamics GP in Today’s Economy

  CFO's are under serious pressure to squeeze every last drop of revenue possible out of their business model, operational processes, technology, and people to maximize productivity and lower costs. During times like these, strong emphasis is placed on reporting and business intelligence to give decision-makers a view of the business from every angle and […]

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More Information on New Releases for Microsoft Dynamics GP Coming in 2014!

Excitement continues to grow for the new releases of Microsoft Dynamics GP scheduled to roll out in 2014!  I wrote a blog roughly two weeks ago highlighting the first announcement of these two new releases and promising to keep our readers informed with new information as it becomes available.  I’d like to follow up on […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Roadmap: Get Excited about New Releases!

Microsoft does a fantastic job of updating their products with relevant enhancements that make their products more robust, user friendly, and efficient.  With decades of experience and a focus on user feedback, they address key areas and deliver improvements that resonate with their users. Microsoft recently laid out their new product development cycle, which is […]

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Turnkey’s Top 5 ERP Blogs of 2013!

Turnkey Technologies, Inc. published a number of blogs in 2013 regarding Microsoft Dynamics GP.  We strive to be a go-to resource for both existing users and for potential customers interested in learning the basics of Dynamics GP and we hope you find our blog posts helpful and informative.  Here are the Top 5 ERP Blogs […]

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Learn the 90/10 Rule of ERP Software: Why Choose Microsoft Dynamics GP

Do you know that around 90% of ERP software functionality is consistent across different vendors?  The remaining 10% makes all the difference, and that’s where Microsoft stands above its competitors.  It is for this reason that you should look beyond just basic functionality requirements when determining what system is right for you.  Consider key differentiators […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Enhancements Blog #4: Bank Reconciliation & Multicurrency Management

Along with the General Ledger Enhancements that we previously talked about, Microsoft Dynamics GP has new enhancements to Bank Reconciliation & Multicurrency Management that will allow you to work with more accuracy and efficiency. Here are a few of these enhancements that will make your job easier: Bank Reconciliation Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 adds a […]

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Size Doesn’t Matter: 4 Big Reasons Why Small Companies Should Adopt an ERP Solution

There is a common misconception that Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions are only within reach for big businesses.  Ten years ago I would have agreed with that, but advancements over the years have greatly increased the availability of technology for any size business.  In fact, there are numerous reasons why small businesses can, and should, […]

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