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4 Questions Every ERP Vendor will Ask You

If you’re reading this, then you’ve probably come to terms with the fact that in the near future you need to move to a modern business system. You might be running a basic accounting package that the business has outgrown, or need to upgrade from an outdated legacy system. Whatever the reason, this can and […]

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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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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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What’s the Difference between Traditional ERPs And Modern Cloud ERP Software?

How is cloud ERP software different from a traditional ERP, it’s a great question that we hear often. Perhaps, you are just upgrading from an entry level accounting system to your first ERP. You may find yourself feeling overwhelmed by all the options that are available to you. But that’s okay, I'm going to do […]

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Why Acumatica Pricing is Different Than Other Cloud ERP Vendors

Unlike most cloud ERP vendors, Acumatica’s pricing is not based on the number of users a company has.  This is a bold decision that stands in stark contrast to most other cloud ERP vendors. But, it was one that was made with the customers in mind. It might not sound like a big deal at first, […]

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ERP System Selection – Critical Ingredients for Systems Documentation

Selecting an ERP system is a daunting task. However, there is a recipe to ensure success when choosing a new ERP, or enterprise resource planning, software system. One of the critical ingredients in that recipe is system requirements.   When done correctly, documenting system requirements can provide many benefits. For example, it can maintain structure […]

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Considering Moving Your On Premise ERP System to the Cloud?

Considering all of the installation options available with today’s ERP software, it may make sense to use a Microsoft Dynamics ERP consultant during the process, particularly if moving from an on-premise ERP system to a cloud-hosting service. Granted, the deployment of Dynamics ERP within Microsoft Azure, for example, doesn’t require ditching existing systems while “simultaneously” […]

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Compare Multi-Entity Management – Intacct versus Microsoft Dynamics GP

Are you managing multiple companies in one accounting system? Microsoft Dynamics GP includes unlimited companies (entities). Intacct includes one single entity with the ability to add unlimited, additional entities for a small, per-entity fee. Single vs. Multiple Databases Microsoft Dynamics GP creates an additional database for each additional entity (company) and you have to log […]

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Recipe for Success – Choosing Your ERP Software

In a previous blog, we discussed how you can tell if your software system needs to be replaced. So if you've decided that you want to replace the software system at your company, here’s the recipe for successful enterprise resource planning (ERP) selection.   Software Selection is a Journey Selecting the right ERP software solution […]

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What is the Cloud & Other Top Cloud Questions Answered

Today, I want to answer a few of the questions that we often hear from clients and perspective clients when they are considering making the switch to the cloud. Since this blog post is a little bit longer than normal, and I know everyone may not want to read through the whole thing, I’m going […]

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