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ERP Experts Answer the Question – What is Microsoft Dynamics 365?

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is being called a “game changer” and “the next generation of intelligent business applications.” But with all its many different options, some will have questions about the product and about other Microsoft solutions they may have used in the past. So, what is Microsoft Dynamics 365, how does it differ from Dynamics 365 […]

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Digital Transformation Supports Data-Driven Decisions

As a business owner, you know that crucial decisions need to be made every day. No matter what sector you work in, you no doubt face decisions about money, products, customers, employees, scheduling, and the list goes on. Your best decisions will be based on accurate information. You need access to reliable data. Data has […]

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What the Heck is Digital Transformation and What Does It Mean for Your Business?

“86% of CEOs say digital transformation is their number one priority,” reports a recent Price Waterhouse Cooper study.
But what does that mean exactly? Like most big concept buzzwords, “Digital Transformation” means something different to almost everyone. To get a practical, real-world perspective, we asked the technology experts listed at the end of this whitepaper—people in the trenches of modern business—for their definition.

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How Much Does New Accounting Software Cost?

When a company decides that it is time to upgrade from accounting software like Quickbooks, the first question is: “How much does it cost?” It’s not as easy as finding a price tag on the bottom of the box. There are many variables - ways you can save money, waste money, and lots of hidden costs to avoid – that all factor into your total project price. We publish the Great Plains software price list on our website but believe it or not, software is only a fraction of the total cost.

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Game Changing Trend 7: The Age of Data Analysis

Those organizations that can tap into the value of their data to predict the future instead of simply reacting to the past are thriving. Every business collects lots of data—the secret is to use that information for better insight into customer behavior and operational effectiveness. Disparate systems and dispersed data As your business has grown, […]

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Game Changing Trend 6: Digital Natives Move up the Corporate Ladder

The next generation of workers views the world through a digital lens. They have grown up with technology woven into their lives and expect any information they need to be at their fingertips. Expectations of younger workers As younger workers move up the corporate ladder, they expect the business to capitalize on the data and […]

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Game Changing Trend 5: Increasing Complexity of Compliance

Keeping up with constantly changing environmental regulations, tax laws, and industry compliance standards is a huge challenge for businesses today. Your ERP system should adapt to these changes, minimizing the costs and disruption to your business. The cost of keeping pace Compliance with regulations, industry standards, and corporate quality initiatives can be complex and costly. […]

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Game Changing Trend 4: Security across Devices and the Cloud

Every business today is a digital business. As the quantity of the electronic assets—from data to documents—of your company increases, so does the importance of protecting those digital assets. Data on the move is data at risk As your employees become more dependent on mobile devices, the risk for data theft increases, especially if the […]

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Game Changing Trend 3: The “Internet of Things”

Phones aren’t the only “things” that are connected to the internet. There is a revolution under way connecting things—from weather sensors to vehicles to MRI machines—to the internet. The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to collecting and analyzing the data from these things to identify patterns, track trends and even predict behaviors. A new frontier […]

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Game Changing Trend 2: IT Moves to the Background

When trying to address a business problem, it’s easy to get mired down in the technology. But technology shouldn’t be the focus. Business outcomes should drive decisions, with the best technology for the job used to support them. IT was in charge For the past twenty years or more, IT departments held the keys to […]

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