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Generate Your Own “Leap Second”

Ever feel like there’s not enough time in the day? The “leap second” the world experienced on June 30, 2015, gave us all a chance to get a little extra time, at least one second of time. The internet was buzzing with things to accomplish in the extra time.   The science behind the addition […]

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Masking Social Security Numbers in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2

According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in America. Once a malicious person has your social security number in hand, they can use it to apply for credit cards and secure loans in your name while leaving you with the bill. The process to repair the […]

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Add Business Intelligence to Your New Year’s Resolution List

The number one New Year’s resolution nearly every year is to get in shape and live a healthier lifestyle. The popularity of this resolution is apparent each January as consumers are bombarded with sales on fitness equipment, ads for gym memberships and nutrition supplement promotions. Other popular resolutions include: getting organized, saving more money, learning […]

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Am I Big Enough for ERP Software?

One of the main questions that people ask us relates to the size of their business and if they really are big enough for an Enterprise Resource Planning software like Microsoft Dynamics GP. GP’s scalability allows it to be utilized by small to medium businesses that range in size from a handful of employees in […]

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Dickinson State University Audit Proves What Not to Do

Dickinson State University has been making headlines recently, and not for good reasons. The North Dakota attorney general, Wayne Stenehjem, announced that his office is filing a motion that would force the Dickinson State University Foundation into receivership. This could lead to a third party being appointed to oversee the assets of the Foundation. The Foundation […]

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Demystify Expense Reporting, Integration of T&E Data to GP

Ask any traveling employee or AP Manager for a task they dislike the most in their day-to-day work. The inevitable answer will be - expense reporting. Let’s face it - expense reports are despised, they are delayed, they are viewed as distractions and simply considered to be a hassle. But they are a necessary element […]

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Summary of New Features in Microsoft Dynamics GP R2

Here are some of the new features in Microsoft Dynamics GP. More tie-ins to Office 365 Create and share dashboards with other members of your team Additional compatibility between GP and Word, Outlook and Lync Updated workflow and requisitions capabilities Quickly create and manage workflows & requisitions Managers can approve requests via email Purchasing requisitions are limited […]

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Customization Containment Within Dynamics GP

When developing Dynamics GP customizations in our WebSan environment, our development phase is contained within a local server configuration to ensure that all modifications to the forms and reports dictionaries are local and will not affect our hosted users. However, there are a few more items to note when separating a development from a production […]

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Implementing Successful BI Systems with Microsoft Dynamics GP

Ever feel like you’re entering the Twilight Zone when you’re looking at financial reports? When your numbers don’t make logical sense, it’s easy to get frustrated. Implementing a Business Intelligence (BI) system can help you get a full understanding of your company’s raw data. A variety of software applications can be used but no matter […]

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I Don’t Need BI, I Have Excel

Some IT and departmental decision makers start out thinking it would be cheaper and easier to create a business intelligence solution from Excel than to buy an out-of-the-box solution.  But once they take a look, it becomes apparent that developing an in-house BI system is not so easy or inexpensive.   Click here to read why. […]

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