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Does ERP Mean There’s No Use for Excel Workbooks?

Even before ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software solutions, there was Excel. Countless imaginative and well-executed Excel workbooks have been created by our clients and others. We know how much effort it takes to create theses Microsoft masterpieces and it would be a colossal waste to consign them to the recycle bin. Are they still useful? […]

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When You Need to be Wary of the Hype Around the Cloud

It’s true that cloud-based ERP systems have major advantages. They can get you out of the IT business. Especially for start-ups, paying for a system with the software-as-a-service (SAAS) model can be cost effective when you compare it to paying salaries for an in-house IT Team and costs for hardware, servers, utilities, and backups. Moreover, […]

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Five Helpful Facts about MRP

MRP and Operations Management Manufacturing is returning to North America in a number of important ways and sometimes in new industries. In the new economy that has emerged following the Great Recession, there is a new structure to how manufacturing is being done, including reaching out across oceans and borders to find new suppliers and […]

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Microsoft Dynamics 365, Dynamics SL, and Project-based Industries

Dynamics 365 is Microsoft’s next generation of business intelligence applications in the cloud. It’s a cloud-based financial management solution that is highly integrated with Microsoft CRM and Office 365 with powerful capabilities for sales and operations. But is it a good solution for project-based industries? The short answer to that question is "Maybe, if your […]

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Stay One Step Ahead of Customers With Cloud ERP

Customers have high expectations of the companies that earn their business. In a crowded wholesale distribution marketplace, the pressure is on distributors to provide high-quality products at the price points customers demand. Responding quickly and accurately is critical for keeping relationships intact, yet challenging for businesses relying on disparate software systems. Stay one step ahead […]

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Is Dynamics 365 Replacing Dynamics GP ERP?

The big news from Microsoft in recent months is their cloud-based solution for CRM and ERP. Rolled out at the end of 2016, Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a solution particularly marketed to small and mid-sized organizations. Dynamics 365 runs on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform and combines the best of CRM and ERP functionality.   With […]

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Integrated Outlook in Dynamics 365 for Financials

By integrating Outlook in to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials businesses can easily manage all their business interactions in one place. It is simple to set up inside Financials, simply choose, “Assisted Setup”, then “Set up Outlook for Financials”, and follow the wizard. Users will be prompted to select between setting up the integration for […]

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ERP Cloud Blog Top 10 Posts in 2016

Cloud ERP Solutions were a hot topic in 2016. Check out which posts were the most popular on the ERP Cloud Blog this year: NetSuite vs Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM in the Cloud by ERP Cloud Blog Writer Dynamics 365 is Finally Here and You Can Get a Free Trial by WebSan Solutions Inc. […]

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Forbes: Dynamics 365 a Player in ‘Business Transformation.

In a recent Bitglass survey, it is significant that more and more companies and organizations are becoming  increasingly confident (52%) with the cloud security compared to “premised based apps”---up from 40% a year ago. Spotlighting this trend, notes the survey, is the SaaS offering of Microsoft Office 365 in the Azure cloud, due to the […]

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The Time is Ripe for a Move to Cloud ERP – 7 Trends

Cloud computing, or simply The Cloud as it is now often called, has matured greatly over the past several years. Many organizations now use it exclusively across all industries: manufacturing, government, distribution, education and many others. It has become so prevalent that even some business and consumer devices are designed to exclusively rely on cloud […]

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