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Video Testimonial: Pet Food Manufacturer Grows with Dynamics AX

Merrick Pet Food manufactures handcrafted pet food and treats in their Hereford, Texas kitchen with sustainable ingredients from local farmers.  The company was challenged to find out how much their finished goods were actually costing them by product size and by customer with their old system.  In fact, once Merrick implemented Dynamics AX they realized […]

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Video Testimonial: Clients First & Dynamics NAV, Keeping the Railroads Moving

RCL Services Group, LLC, a longtime Clients First & Dynamics NAV user, provides railroad signal construction and signal material integration services to the freight and passenger rail industry.  RCL Services’ primary subsidiaries include: Railroad Controls, LP, RCL Wiring, LP and RCL Burco, LP the leaders in railroad signal construction and signal integration in the United […]

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What’s My Dynamics NAV Price?

Before you make the decision to implement Dynamics NAV in your organization, finding out Microsoft Dynamics' costs is very important to ensure that you stay within the budget allocated. But figuring out the total cost of an ERP implementation can be tricky. Since no two businesses are the same, the standard factors affecting ERP implementations […]

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Is MRO Software The Driving Force Behind The Manufacturing Sector?

The manufacturing sector is one of the few components instilling vigorous vitality into Texas’s economy. Comprising a large number of companies engaged in the fabrication, preparation, or processing of different products from raw materials, Texas has become a major driver for economic development across the nation. How did Texas become an engine of growth and […]

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Local Resources Available for Manufacturing: TMAC and the MEP

CIS works with many manufacturing companies and therefore we make an effort to spread the word about TMAC or the Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center.   I have attended several of their Learn @ Lunch events and come away with information to help our services company provide a more productive working environment.   TMAC offers North Texas business […]

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Texas Products, Manufacturing and the World Series

I read an interesting article this morning (Oct 28 pre-game) from the Texas Department of Agriculture titled ‘Without Agriculture There Would be No World Series’.  This title peaked my interest since I was up late watching the Rangers and Cardinals.  I am of course a Ranger’s fan since I live in Arlington Texas.  Not so […]

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Chemical Coaters Association International (CCAI)Texas Chapter 2011 Workshop: “Finish & Win: Competitive Finishing in today’s Market”

Join Custom Information Services (CIS) at the Chemical Coaters Association International (CCAI) workshop being offered by Texas Chapter on September 8, 2011. This daylong event features tabletop exhibitions, engaging presentations, and a networking lunch. A highlight of the workshop includes a presentation by Kurt Middlekoop of the University of Texas at Arlington Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP is TEC Certified for Discrete Manufacturing

As a Microsoft Dynamics GP reseller with a large manufacturing customer base, I was excited to see that the Technology Evaluation Center (TEC) has evaluated and certified GP for discrete manufacturing for the enterprise software market.  The TEC is a leading advocate for the enterprise software purchaser.  They specialize in the impartial evaluation of the […]

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Manufacturing Software State of the Industry

I was asked last week to participate in a roundtable discussion on the state of the Manufacturing Software Industry.   I found that the questions provided by SoftwareAdvice.com were extremely pertinent to the current state of the manufacturing industry – as I see it.  I would welcome your feedback on the same questions.  I always want […]

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