If your Dynamics ERP environment is still sitting on a server at your office, please do your future self a big favor and keep reading.
Are you still using Excel for budgeting? Don’t worry, you’re not alone – but you may be missing out. There are lots of advantages to implementing a real budgeting tool and several great solutions to choose from depending on your needs.
Whether you’re shopping for a startup or an established enterprise, businesses generally face similar challenges. From improving productivity to consolidating disparate systems, every business management software provider, whether focused on Vertical or Horizontal ERP solutions, will claim to solve it all.
When you first start the ERP selection process, it’s typical to assume that choosing the right software is the hardest decision you will make. In the end, you may come to find that choosing the best Microsoft Dynamics partner to support whatever software solution you choose will ultimately make or break your project’s success.
We often hear from clients that got sidetracked from their core goals and strategies after their initial implementation period. They spent so much energy upfront on phase 1, the plans they made for Phase 2 or 3 got neglected.
With so many challenges facing food manufacturers, maintaining a quality product, a sustainable margin and a competitive edge in the marketplace may seem impossible, without the right Food ERP system.
These days, there’s an app for everything from calorie counting to wedding planning. You can manage your whole life with the tiny tiles on your phone, enabling productivity, organization and the sharing of ideas between people in a way never seen before.
First released in 1987, acquired by Microsoft in 2002, now called Business Central, Dynamics NAV is one of Microsoft’s most prolific software packages with over 110,000 installations worldwide. To outpace competitors like NetSuite and Acumatica, Microsoft is now investing over 1 billion dollars annually in research and product development on the platform.
QuickBooks, arguably the most ubiquitous accounting software on the market, is designed to help small and medium-sized businesses manage their bills and payroll, get invoices paid, accept payments etc.