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Look Out Surf City USA, Here We Come – Focus 2018!

If you have not already registered for Focus 2018 on August 27 – 30, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa, then what are you waiting for? Focus brings together BI360 experts, partners and users worldwide to capture those last moments of summer in one of the top California beach towns around. Many come just […]

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Find New Life for Your Dead-End BPC System with deFacto Planning

Although migrating from a dead-end product can be disruptive, it also represents an opportunity to upgrade and improve a business process. This is the case with SAP’s BPC 7.x MS, for which maintenance and product refreshes are ending. For SAP customers looking for an alternative to their Microsoft-based BPC systems that are in limbo, an […]

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Is On-Premise ERP Dead? Hardly…….

The ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) concept grew out of early accounting systems: the idea that you should join up all your disparate engine-room components to have an integrated, holistic view of operations. ERP suites from Oracle, Microsoft, SAP and others were intended to create a one-stop shop for payroll, invoicing, HR, logistics, supply chains, general […]

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Keep it Simple: Automating AP with Multiple ERPs

The goal for any business ERP should be actionable, accurate data. If you are using multiple ERPs, you will want to ensure consistency of data entry into the ERP across the board. These days, it is not unusual for a company to have multiple ERP systems in use across locations.  Mergers, acquisitions and the rapid […]

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Go Figure! Microsoft Dynamics ERP by the Numbers

The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) products sold under the Microsoft Dynamics name remain the software of choice for midmarket, growth-oriented businesses. As Microsoft continues to invest in and position each of the products, it becomes clear how Microsoft views the target market for its Dynamics ERP software. Below are the latest publicly disclosed figures as […]

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