So many organizations look forward to ERP implementation as the final step in a long process designed to boost cooperation, compliance, business process efficiency, and customer service. But like all major upgrades, there’s going to be an adjustment period as users begin to navigate.
If you plan to make sales at a craft fair, you likely have to collect sales tax. Do you have the info you need to do that in the right way?
Keeping it simple can reduce a lot of stress in life. Well, the same goes for business software implementations. Many failed implementations are the result of trying to accomplish too much in too little time.
Charged with sustaining growth, many growing businesses focus on hiring new employees and finding new office space but overlook a critical piece – their accounting software.
It’s simple to integrate Dynamics 365 Sales with Business Central with customer engagement straight out of the box with no extra tools. You can even do it yourself! Defining a relationship between Business Central and Dynamics 365 Sales can give your sales team an upper hand and make them more self-sufficient.
As a Microsoft customer, have you ever wondered what that means exactly? If you are like most Dynamics users, your primary point of contact is your Microsoft partner – not Microsoft directly. When you need support, you submit a ticket with your partner.
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.