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How Can Microsoft Dynamics GP Provide More Control With Financial Reporting?

If you’ve built your business on QuickBooks, you know it’s a great entry-level accounting solution.  As your business flourishes, however, QuickBooks may not be able to keep up.  There are signs you've hit your limits with your current systems and when those start to occur, its likely your future growth will be stifled until you […]

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Cost Center Accounting In QuickBooks versus Dynamics GP

Multi-location companies get into trouble quickly using QuickBooks because they’re limited to a two-segment general ledger account code. I’ll demonstrate the problem using a fast-growing franchise operation.

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Big Ideas for Big Data Bring Inventory Optimization

Big Data is being used by organizations to predict future outcomes.  If we can predict future outcomes we can use our resources much more efficiently.  If we can use our resources more efficiently, we can flow more of our revenues through our P&L to the bottom line.  I am talking about Profitability! One such company […]

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Computeration Announces the ZAP! Payables Integration Tool

Portland, Oregon, September 18, 2013 – Computeration, Inc. announces the ZAP! Payables Integration tool at the GP Technical Airlift in Fargo, ND. The tool extracts data from QuickBooks and integrates both open and historical detailed payables transactions fully posted into Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013. Credits and payments are fully applied for history transactions and are […]

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We’re Fine, We Don’t Need to Replace Quickbooks. Are You Really “Fine”?

At a recent luncheon seminar, I met the COO of a smallish, but growing company which, like many others of its size, depended on QuickBooks to manage its accounting functions.  When I told him my firm represents Accounting Software, specifically Microsoft Dynamics GP he said that his company was fine with QuickBooks;  He said they were only about […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP or QuickBooks: Which is Right for Your Business? Compare and Decide.

We know that choosing an accounting package is a big decision that can quickly become overwhelming.  That’s why we created the graphic that you see below, to give companies like yours a quick, easy to follow head to head comparison of Microsoft Dynamics GP and one of its key competitors, Intuit QuickBooks.    Click the […]

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5 Signs your Business is Outgrowing QuickBooks

Growing businesses often don’t realize how crucial business software is to company expansion. This is especially true for a company’s accounting department, an area of business in which even the most subtle increase in productivity can mean an exponential growth in workload. Today, many small to medium sized companies are using QuickBooks, a valuable accounting system for […]

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Migrate Data From Peachtree & QuickBooks to Microsoft Dynamics GP Fast and Easy

Microsoft just released a new version 2.0 of the Rapid Implementation Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0! This release includes NEW capabilities to quickly migrate data from both Peachtree by Sage and Intuit QuickBooks.  What does this mean for accounting software buyers like you?  If you are using Peachtree or QuickBooks, and you choose a […]

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How to Insure That Your Microsoft Dynamics GP Implementation Will Cost More Than You Planned (or How to Blow your ERP Budget in 6 Easy Steps): PART I

You’ve heard the horror stories… ERP implementations gone wild! You end up spending two to three times what you had budgeted. Well it doesn’t have to happen and it really shouldn’t.

The good news is that Microsoft Dynamics GP is designed to make the implementation as easy as possible. And Microsoft has gone further to help assure successful and on-budget implementations through its Best Practices documentation called Sure Step. But there are still some “gotchas” that you need to watch for.

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