time tracking software

A December, 2015 survey of Microsoft® Dynamics™ GP users, commissioned by Journyx and conducted by MSDynamicsWorld.com, showed that 64% of respondents are currently integrating their time and expense tracking solution with Dynamics™ GP. This is an encouraging number, as it shows that many organizations understand the benefits of syncing employee time and expense data with …

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When it comes to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Software Asset Management (SAM), few companies boast the experience and expertise of Etelligent Solutions, Inc (ESI). In business since 2000, ESI has established itself as a leading Microsoft Dynamics Partner, achieving gold-certified partnership status with Microsoft. ESI consistently ranks in the top 10 percent of Dynamics …

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Even though they were fashionably late to the party, Microsoft has made significant headway in the ERP market with their Dynamics line of software. It took Microsoft only six years to pass the 1 million customer mark, significantly faster than SalesForce.com with recent reports showing that Dynamics CRM's growth in the industry is outstripping IBM, …

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It's said that you can't know where you're going until you know from where you've come. That theme was alive and well at Microsoft's reIMAGINE 2014 conference, exclusively for Microsoft Dynamics GP partners. The conference was located in Fargo, ND, the original home of Great Plains software, the solution that eventually became Dynamics GP when …

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In today’s work world, many careers have the impression of being cool or fun or more fast-paced. For example, in the world of technology, programmers often get the credit for being adaptable, keeping up with modern advances in the industry, and shifting their methods to match technological advances. However, the common stereotype of the accountant …

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When Great Plains was first released in small town Fargo in 1993, version 1.0 was already a robust product, being one of the first accounting packages designed to be used under a multi-user system. It wasn’t until 2001 when Microsoft officially purchased the software that it became what it is today: a flexible, mid-sized, business-focused …

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