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Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Dynamics GP Louisiana’

Convergence 2013 in New Orleans – An Insider’s Guide

AIM Technologies, a Louisiana Microsoft Dynamics ERP Gold Partner, is a company that grew up in and around New Orleans. As such, we’re thrilled to welcome Convergence back to our area. We’d like to share a few tips about the area and the event, especially for those on their first trip to the Big Easy. […]

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Four Reasons to Attend Microsoft Convergence 2012 (Whether you’re a Customer or a Partner)

I’m excited about attending Microsoft Convergence 2012 in Houston this year. I try to go every year and this will be my fifth or sixth time to attend as a partner. For the uninitiated, Convergence is an annual conference put on by Microsoft for Microsoft Dynamics customers. Users and decision makers of the Microsoft Dynamics […]

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Online Payment Services in Microsoft Dynamics GP

We love it when Microsoft introduces new integrated functionality into the Microsoft Dynamics GP product. This year, one of the new additions was Online Payment Services. While there have long been 3rd parties offering the ability to process credit cards inside of GP, this gives the option to customers without having to purchase an additional […]

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What Are You Waiting For? Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

As consultants who have worked with Microsoft Dynamics GP (and Great Plains) for many years, we generally guide our customers to wait a few months after a new release before upgrading. Our general rule of thumb is to let the first service pack release and then start the process. Service Pack 1 of Microsoft Dynamics […]

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Implementing ERP And CRM Solutions In A Climate Of Change

When meeting with customers to begin the process of integrating new software into their organization, I am always amazed by the impulse to recreate the way things are currently being done  into the new solution. Inevitably, if I ask, “how do you want this to work in the new system,” I get an overview of how it’s […]

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