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5 Scalability Benefits of Microsoft Dynamics GP in the Cloud

For growing businesses, scalability is important. Unless you can predict exactly how large your business will grow and what functionality you’ll need in the future, then you need a financial system that can scale with you. Scalability refers to a software's ability to grow with your business, increasing in complexity and user count without compromising its effectiveness. Ultimately, it […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 New Features – Full Control from Any Device, Anywhere with HTML5

Microsoft Dynamics GP paves the way as an evolutionary and cutting edge ERP solution, especially in the new era of affordable, cloud-savvy technologies. With flexible licensing and deployment models, GP is capable of fitting the needs and budget of any size business - from small shops to large enterprises – with zero compromises to complete ERP […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Timecard Entry – Overview

Tracking employee time and attendance is critical to accurate payroll data, planning and budgeting, and it has never been easier than with Microsoft Dynamics GP Timecard Entry. GP 2015, which included updates to Employee Self Service and removed its dependence on the Business Portal, was released last December (2014), just in time for companies to […]

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Sink or Swim: Why a Phased Rollout for ERP Implementation is Best

While recently eating lunch with our owner and president, Chris Gherardini, he told me a story from his teenage years spent as a lifeguard and swimming instructor. Not long after, I was sitting in on a planning session for a client’s Microsoft Dynamics GP implementation. As Chris was describing the benefits of a phased rollout […]

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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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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 Reporting Features – 3 Enhancements for Simplicity and Flexibility

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 was released June 1, 2015, and is now generally available for customers to download from Customer Source. Boasting more than a handful of new features, GP 2015 R2 simplifies the end-user experience, eases daily workloads and increases productivity through updates based on user feedback in the Microsoft Dynamics community. With […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 New Features – See What’s Coming in June 2015

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 is coming in June (2015), and as usual, it’s bringing with it more than a handful of new features and enhancements. With process optimization and efficiency at the forefront of growth strategies for modern businesses, new features like these can be leveraged for easing workloads, driving user adoption and increasing […]

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GP Reporting Tip: Turn Any GP Report into a Word Template

A challenge we often see in the world of reporting is getting your reports and visualizations to meet your company’s standards or format the way you want. But when the real value is in the report, and not in the appearance, who wants to spend time on such seemingly insignificant tasks? The ability to generate […]

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Connecting Faculty Across Campuses: Self Service ERP for Higher Education

When implementing ERP for Higher Education organizations, the main focus is typically on gaining better processes and support for administrative functions and academic services. A huge step toward accomplishing this is to provide your employees with self service functionality in their ERP solution. Self service provides a single connection point, or portal, where employees can […]

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