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Microsoft Power BI Quick Tip: Visualizations

Microsoft Power BI is a remarkable solution to effortlessly and quickly analyze and visualize data. As an IT solutions provider, we have saved clients hundreds of hours of searching, pulling and evaluating data, simply by utilizing the features of this service. Users can pull information from numerous online and offline places and transform it in to […]

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How Do You Know You’ve Outgrown Your Basic Accounting Software?

Got questions about Microsoft Dynamics? We have the answers that will help you run a better business. You asked, and we listened. Based on the questions most frequently asked by customers during their ERP evaluation process, we are offering a video series to help explain what Microsoft Dynamics can do for your business, how we do it, and […]

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Why Choose a Business Solution from Microsoft?

If you’re like a lot of small and midsize businesses (SMBs) today, your current systems are nudging you further and further out of your comfort zone. They get the basic job done, as long as nothing out of the ordinary happens. But what will happen when you want to open a new store or warehouse, […]

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7 Strategic Ways to Grow Your Business

If you've reached a tipping point where the very tools and systems that supported your business growth are now hindering your ability to act with agility and insight. Keep your business going and growing with a business solution from Columbus. 1. Simplify business processes When the most simple processes, like invoicing and month-end closing can […]

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What Is the Difference Between Microsoft Dynamics NAV and GP?

If you have been researching financial management or ERP software systems, then you have probably realized that Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics GP have a lot of similarities. Both NAV (formerly Navision) and GP (formerly Great Plains): Enable you to manage all areas of your business from finances to operations to human resources, projects, […]

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Build Better Budgets by Asking These 5 Questions

When it comes to business budgeting and planning, you are really laying a foundation for how you are going to accomplish your goals.  Many people see building organizational budgets as a limiting activity, figuring out the parameters under which each department or individual must work.  However, a budget can be much more than that – […]

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Manage Multiple Companies with One ERP Solution: Microsoft Dynamics GP

Can a single ERP solution enable you to manage multiple companies effectively? It can when it is Microsoft Dynamics GP. Microsoft Dynamics GP has a number of tools that enable multi-company transactions seamlessly: The Intercompany Processing module automatically creates journal entries in both the source and destination companies when General Ledger and Payables transactions from […]

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Improve Your Efficiency with our Business Productivity Assessment

If you’re reading this article, it’s safe to assume that you know a lot about your business.  In fact, you probably know much more about your products, customers, and the ins and outs of what it is your company does than anyone outside your organization.  Yet in spite of how much you know about your […]

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Will Cloud ERP Deliver ROI?

Deploying your business systems, like your ERP software, in the Cloud can bring a number of benefits to your organization, including: Getting an industry leading ERP solution without up-front hardware or software costs. Rapid implementations that can get you up and running quickly. Gaining the ability to scale your solution as your business needs grow […]

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Find the Balance Between Data Security and Data Freedom

Data is the life-blood of your business.  Just having that data is not enough though; it is only worth something if you can use it.  I’ve always found that there is a dichotomy when it comes to business data: the constant push and pull between having your data be completely secure and having it be […]

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