Power Automate, formerly Microsoft Flow, makes workflow automation for Dynamics easy and efficient. A cloud solution with hooks to hundreds of platforms out of the box.
Whether you are live on Business Central, in the throws of implementation or considering an upgrade from your legacy environment – NAV or otherwise – Microsoft is delivering an exciting bundle of updates with the shipment of Dynamics 365 2020 Release Wave 2. And it’s worth paying attention.
If your business is still stuck on a paper system, there is a good chance that inconsistencies are common. Accounts payable automation can radically enhance your workflow. Too much paperwork is stressful, and it is easy for invoices to get lost in the shuffle.
Are you aware of the many different Office applications available within Microsoft 365? Of course, everyone knows and generally uses the classics- Word, Excel, Outlook, but what about SharePoint, OneDrive and Teams? These lesser mentioned programs are useful, and their utilization can make a world of difference in a business’s structure.
Forecasting for your business has never mattered more. No one could have predicted the current state of the world, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Obviously, the virus has re-routed a lot of businesses’ futures for at least the next year and it is important to stay organized with upcoming budgeting and forecasting.
CPA firms do not always have the best culture suited for quality Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. The accounting industry differentiates from other industries when it comes to sales and client services, but servicing clients is the game they are in. Having a superior CRM can be essential for the success of a firm. Formal business enhancement in the form of CRM will set apart a firm from its competitors.
If you are small or a medium sized distribution business where keeping up with new technologies
is harder than actually running your company – you are not alone.
Keeping up with a constantly evolving technical climate is always challenging, forget about making the most of it to support your specific business needs. Even lifelong tech professionals can lack the expertise or qualifications required navigate today’s IT landscape.
If you’ve done your homework on ERP implementation, you know that the setup costs alone can be upwards of $100,000 depending on the solution scale and the complexity of your business.