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Dynamics 365 for Financials vs. Dynamics GP – Which Is Best for Your Business?

Determining which ERP solution is the best fit for your business is always a challenge.  That is even truer when a new solution enters the marketplace – which is the case with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials which was introduced in November 2016. One great way to take this new solution into consideration in your […]

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3 Things I Don’t Like about AX 7

There is so much to like about the New Microsoft Dynamics AX!  I wrote about the 7 things I like most about AX 7 here. However, there are a few aspects of the New Dynamics AX that aren't my favorite: Adopting New Navigation Filter by Grid.  Right-click and view details.  Everyone that uses AX knows […]

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How to Buy Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015

The recent release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 brings a myriad of new features to small and midsize businesses. Many of those features increase interoperability with Office 365 and other business applications, make it easier to customize, and give employees more power of their information and interface. Microsoft continues to offer Dynamics GP through its […]

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The Cloud Keeps Business Solution Selection a Business Decision – Not an IT Decision

When you are trying to select a new business management solution, like an ERP system, there are plenty of business and process related factors to consider.  It can be enough to make your head spin…and that’s before you even start thinking about it from an IT perspective.  Once you bring technology into the picture, you […]

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How Can a New Business Win with Dynamics ERP?

When you are setting your expectations for what you will get out of a new business management solution, like a Microsoft Dynamics ERP software system, you are aligning your requirements or issues that you need to resolve with the benefits that the software company is promising you will receive. It’s a process that every organization […]

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Distributor Outsmarts Competition by Using Dynamics GP “Brilliantly”

An Ohio restaurant equipment distributor was able to leverage Microsoft Dynamics GP alongside their warehouse management application to accelerate order processing and fulfillment.  Through a combination of technology improvements and business process automation, this company was able to reduce fulfillment time by over 50% while also reducing their warehouse staff by almost 50%.  Their cost […]

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Make Time & Expense Processing as Easy as it Should Be

Getting time and expenses entered and processed through your ERP system seems like it should be a fairly easy process.  However, that isn’t always the case. Connecting time entry data with the back-office system can drive up the cost of your ERP solution if you have to purchase a full user license for every employee […]

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What do Google+ and Microsoft Dynamics ERP Have in Common?

I was reading a blog post this morning about the ways that Google+ is changing how people use the internet, even though people don’t really want to use it.  As I read, I was struck with how familiar the language was.  Especially phrases like: “Features don't matter. In fact, focusing on features does nothing more […]

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Decrypting the Acronyms: Understanding the TCO and ROI of 4 Top ERP Software Solutions

Nucleus Research studied the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and the Return on Investment (ROI) of four highly competitive ERP solutions: Microsoft Dynamics GP, Oracle, SAP, and PeopleSoft. Learn how they calculated the TCO and ROI for each product and how these numbers can help you select the right ERP software solution for your business.

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Looking Beyond Features to Functionality: Microsoft Dynamics GP vs. SAP Business One

Microsoft Dynamics GP, formerly known as Great Plains, and SAP Business One, sometimes called SB1, have very similar module/feature lists. When feature lists are similar, you have to look beyond what the features are to how they function to determine which product is the right choice for your business.

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