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5 Warning Signs it’s Time to Replace Your ERP and Move to the Cloud

With all the benefits cloud ERPs offer, it’s no surprise that almost 2/3 of businesses already have or are planning to replace their legacy systems. But your business depends on your ERP. So, replacing it must be anything but a snap decision. It’s understandable that it might seem tempting to keep limping along with your […]

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Outsourcing Payroll, Reasons for and Against

Correctly managing payroll for a business of almost any size requires a great deal of time and effort. This is just one reason to outsource payroll. However, if you’re more DIY inclined, you may want to learn how to handle it yourself. Whichever option you choose, it’s a personal decision based on your skills and […]

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Video: How to Use the Nucleus Research Value Matrix for ERP Vendor Comparison

With so many options to choose from, cloud, on-premise, industry-specific finding the right ERP for your business can be confusing. Many times, potential clients tell us the more ERP’s they look at, the more they all start to look the same. And when that happens it becomes almost impossible to find the right software for […]

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[Video] Are You Ignoring These Hidden ERP Costs?

Just like any long-term relationship, when you’ve had your accounting or ERP software for a while it’s natural to fall into a pattern that feels comfortable. You get to a point where you no longer question the status quo. This is understandable. No one likes to think about upgrading their accounting or ERP software. Especially […]

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Still Using GP 2013? Why it’s Time for a Dynamics GP Upgrade

Sure, keeping an ERP system that still gets the job done, may seem like the path of least resistance. But, is it the wisest choice? The simple answer is no. Think of it this way, you wouldn’t drive your car around for years, never doing routine maintenance on it, so why would you take that […]

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10 not so obvious questions to ask your ERP vendor

When finding the right ERP solution for your business, there’s a lot to consider. It's a weighty decision that will affect your business deeply for years. So, it’s important that you take your time and collect as much information as possible up front. The best way to do this is by knowing the key questions to […]

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Three Can’t Miss Dynamics 365 New Features Coming Soon

To give customers the biggest bang for their buck, Microsoft regularly updates its Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations ERP solution. The next release is coming in April 2018. This year’s spring release is bringing a bunch of Dynamics 365 new features you won’t want to miss. Let me introduce you to a few of […]

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Biggest ERP buying mistakes businesses make and how to avoid them

It happens all too often, companies spend years and big-money implementing a new ERP system. But, it never lives up to its potential. Some of these cases are so extreme they even make the news. Consider waste management, whose 18 month original project timeline turned into several years and ended with they and their ERP […]

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Dynamics 365 Tutorials Help You Get up and Running Fast

Are you just beginning with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials? Any time you start using a new software package, you’re bound to have questions about how to do certain tasks. Luckily, the Internet has made finding answers to those questions much easier. Especially for visual learners who like to see how to do something before […]

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Getting Started with Dynamics 365: 7 Steps

Depending on your perspective, implementing new business software can be exciting, frustrating or a little bit of both. One of the tasks that can often be hardest, is getting everyone moved over to a new system. But, it doesn’t have to be. I’m going to give you an overview of the seven steps you need […]

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