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Save the Date! Specially Designed Webinar for Distribution Professionals

Custom Information Services of North Texas and SalesPad - Distribution for GP, are pleased to announce our upcoming free webinar: “End to End Distribution Solution”. This distribution oriented, free webinar will take place on August 14th at 1pm Central, so go ahead and save the date now with our easy registration. Sign up now for […]

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Panatrack and Vicinity Manufacturing Deliver the Goods with Inventory Barcoding

What?? You wanted to sit in on the Barcode based Inventory Management webinar with Panatrack and Vicinity Manufacturing, but you missed it? You weren't able to make time to see examples of these great software packages perfectly synergizing with Microsoft Dynamics GP into one great Inventory Management solution? Well, you are in luck because your […]

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Infographic: Dynamics ERP Deployment Options Business Your Way – Cloud or On-Premise

Businesses today need flexibility when deploying new technologies. Your business is no exception. With Microsoft Dynamics, you can choose the model that makes the most sense for your business, whether on-premises or in the cloud, even hosted, or a combination. Plus, you’ll have the elasticity to adjust as your needs change. With the ability to […]

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ReShoring Manufacturing in the U.S.A.

Many US companies have moved manufacturing off shore and focus on sales and distribution in the US marketplace.  I am sure everyone is aware of the fact that most of our goods are manufactured overseas.   Many manufacturers are now transforming their companies into wholesale distributors with a whole set of new business and operational issues.  […]

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What Kind of Manufacturer is Your Company: Process or Discrete?

In these times, there is rarely any product that consumers purchase and make daily use of that did not go through the manufacturing process. The manufacturing process usually derives from the extraction of raw materials to be altered then made into finished goods (most commonly on a large scale).  What is the manufacturing process, really?  […]

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