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The Four “Can’t Miss” Benefits of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013

The upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 has created a buzz in the industry and anticipation is growing as the release date approaches.  Dynamics GP 2013 offers over 150 enhancements and delivers even greater business value to help run your business more efficiently.  BroadPoint is offering a brief overview of Dynamics GP 2013 where you […]

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How to Record ALL Check Numbers in Microsoft Dynamics GP

Over the years, many of our clients have run into problems with how to record check numbers. If a check is voided or otherwise discarded, do they still have to record it in Dynamics GP. If so, how do they do it? Thankfully our team has seen this issue arise enough to know how to […]

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Welcome to Exceptional Financial Reporting with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 provides an effective way to comply with U.S. GAAP while making adjustments necessary to prepare financial reporting that is compliant with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) – and report in both modes. The reporting process is simplified through the use of three separate reporting ledgers: BASE, IFRS and LOCAL. New Features […]

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ERP in the Cloud: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

With all of the materials currently available regarding the cloud, and more coming each day, it can be overwhelming to sift through so much documentation to gain a firm understanding of what the cloud really means to your organization. Many organizations are asking for a quicker and easier way to comprehend the cloud without having […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP in the Cloud: Instant Relief for your Accounting Aches and Pains

Every small to medium-sized business has been there.  As the business grows and matures, the strains put on the organization’s financial management system cause even the most seasoned accounting professionals to bang their heads against the wall. Weak reporting.  Slow processes.  Disparate data sources.  They all add up to unreliable financial data and that leads […]

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Top 10 Reasons to Attend Convergence 2012

Microsoft Convergence 2012 is quickly approaching.  Each year, this gathering of Dynamics customers, partners, and Microsoft staff grows and matures as one of the best business forums for networking and sharing of ideas.  The critical mass generated at this annual event is unmatched and it offers opportunities and resources that are difficult to find elsewhere. […]

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Is Your Organization Ready for ERP in the Cloud?

“Cloud” is the new buzzword related to ERP software.  But what does that really mean?  How can you determine if it makes sense for  your company and what are the costs involved in making it work?  BroadPoint Technologies recently participated  in a new white paper: 35 Questions Every CFO Needs to Ask About ERP Software in […]

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Microsoft “Give Me 5” Offer Keeps on Giving

Don’t look but Microsoft has done it again.  They are now offering 5 users of Dynamics GP for $3,000!  This is exceptional offer for new customers.  For a limited time, organizations can purchase 5 users of Microsoft Dynamics GP (Business Essentials or Advanced Management) for the low price of $3,000 (USD)!  That’s a potential savings […]

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Stay Focused and Stay Sharp with Dynamics GP

Someone who seems to be knowledgeable in a broad range of trades but is not necessarily great at any particular one is commonly referred to as a “Jack of all Trades, Master of None”.  A similar effect can happen with business applications too.  Organizations can take the right path to software selection by being laser-focused on […]

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Taking Microsoft Dynamics GP to the Cloud

Last year, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 arrived with much fanfare and has continued to carry tremendous momentum throughout 2011.  As more and more small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) consider new accounting systems for their organizations, many are wondering if now is the right time to move their ERP systems to the Cloud.  And now these same […]

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