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Posts Tagged ‘Transitioning from Quickbooks to Microsoft Dynamics GP’

INFOGRAPHIC: 7 Reasons to Upgrade from QuickBooks to Microsoft Dynamics GP

QuickBooks provides great entry level solutions for small start-up businesses or companies. However, when a business grows, many companies decide they want to upgrade the accounting software to a system like Microsoft Dynamics GP.  When a business experiences increased reporting demands, has many departments that make data integration and centralization impossible, fails to comply to […]

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Moving on Up: Transitioning from Quickbooks to Microsoft Dynamics GP

Many small companies use accounting software such as Quickbooks to perform basic tasks including bill payment, vendor management, and tracking sales and expenses. However, as these organizations grow and develop more complex financial management requirements, growing pains can ensue.   We have found that many of our clients are considering new financial management options such […]

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Is Your Entry Level Accounting Solution Prepared To Grow With You?

Business today is faced with change, challenge, and uncertainty.  To stay competitive, owners and executives need to stay abreast of economic, industry, technology. and regulatory changes, and are often forced to make difficult decisions with limited information. Is the information you need to make important decisions about your business at your fingertips?  Or like most […]

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GAAP Compliant ERP System and User Buy In

I was speaking to one of our senior consultants the other day and the subject came up on one particular issue companies face when transitioning from QuickBooks to Microsoft Dynamics GP.  She said that the striking difference between Quickbooks and GP is GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) compliance.  For example, in today’s financial environment where credit […]

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