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Microsoft Announces New “Give Me 5” Dynamics GP Price Discount

How much does Microsoft Dynamics GP cost? The answer to that question usually includes the current license promotion offered by Microsoft. And in fact a new promotion was announced today for FY16. “Give Me 5” – Get the Dynamics GP Starter Pack (3 users) plus 2 additional full users for $6,000. Regular Dynamics GP accounting […]

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Two Discounts to Lower the Cost of Microsoft Dynamics GP – Price Comparison and FAQ

How much does Microsoft Dynamics GP cost? When you get the answer you should always ask if there is a discount or promotion currently being offered by Microsoft for Dynamics GP. In the past several years the answer is usually yes. The last promotion ended in June 2014. As of September 17, 2014 two new […]

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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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Why Do ERP Selection Processes Fail and How Do You Make Sure Yours Doesn’t?

If you’re in the midst of an ERP Selection Process, you have great expectations of a successful implementation done right: on time and on budget and wildly popular with all of your employees. Unfortunately, while this is always the goal, it is not always the reality.  An article, "Avoiding ERP Selection Failure", by ERP industry […]

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Was Y2K The Last Time You Evaluated ERP Software? See What Has Changed in 2011.

 If you are old enough to remember the Spice Girls, you probably also remember the Y2K scare, when it seemed like the entire world was going to explode as the clock struck midnight on January 1, 2000.  Computers would simply fail if businesses did not empty their bank accounts to upgrade to Y2K compliant hardware […]

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Can I Run My Business In 1 Cloud? And By The Way, What Is “the cloud?”

By Mike Kean, Altico Advisors When it comes to “cloud computing”, the buzz goes on and on.  Business owners are wondering, does it make sense for us to move applications and data to “the cloud"?  They ask their IT consultants to do the research and make a recommendation.  Our advice is, before you spend a […]

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Sage CTO Admits: “Some of our products have fallen behind the technology curve”

When you choose a new ERP system for your company, it is a decision that you will need to live with for at least the next 7-10 years. So you want to make sure you choose a technology that is ahead of the curve and will not be outdated before you even get it installed. That is why I was pretty surprised to hear the new CTO for Sage admit in this ChannelWeb article that, “Some of our products have fallen behind the technology curve and need increased R&D investment." To me that would be a red flag. On the other hand, Kirill Tatarinov, the corporate vice president of Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) at Microsoft Corp recently said,

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What Do You Consider a “Sign” of Better Economic Times Ahead?

I contribute regularly to a blog site run by one of our partners called the Bullhorn Blogger.  (Bullhorn in an on-demand front office system for staffing and recruiting firms).  Because we have many Microsoft Dynamics GP clients in the staffing industry (and our own custom GP add for them called StaffLinx) we like to keep informed on the issues that […]

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Some Lucky People Can Get a 90% Discount on Microsoft Dynamics GP Licenses if They Act Fast!

There are just a few days left for users of the now discontinued Microsoft Small Business Financials (SBF) to get a 90% discount to upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics GP. It is like Microsoft is just begging SBF customers to upgrade. You can get Microsoft Dynamics GP user licenses for $225 instead of $2250. But this offer expires June 26, 2009. Back in August 2008 Microsoft released this statement:

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