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A Supreme Court Decision is Shaking Up the Tax World

The supreme court finally handed out a ruling on South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc and it has provided some groundwork for how companies charge state tax for online sales. First, let’s look at the case and see how this came up in the first place. The Buck Stopped There Wayfair Inc., for those who don’t […]

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Committing to the ERP Cloud Part 3: Secure Accounting

In this week’s installment, we are going to cover a topic that is brought up quite a bit and that I touched on slightly in last week’s blog, which you can find here. Most people wonder about the security of the cloud. I ask, what about the security of your current system? How many people have […]

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Committing to the ERP Cloud Part 2: Automate, Don’t Stagnate

If you missed part 1 of the series “You’re Wasting Money” you can follow this link to catch up. Today we are going to cover the need for accounting automation. Yes, automation is a need and it isn’t just automating your workflow, it’s also automating your system. Manual work is most likely the bane of […]

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GDPR Could Impact ERP, Here’s how to get Compliant

GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, is set to change how a lot of companies, including those who sell and use ERP systems in the EU and who deal with countries in the EU do business, and is all about the privacy of citizens personal data. This regulation was started as part of a 2012 […]

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5 Reasons Cloud Security Outperforms Local Security

For years now, one of the reasons that organizations have not moved toward cloud computing systems has been due to concerns about security. However, as more and more organizations are adopting cloud-based or cloud-hybrid systems, cloud providers have progressively hardened and formalized security measures. Today, the cloud is proving itself to be a safer environment for your critical data than on-premise, […]

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How Cloud ERP is Changing Our Expectations

Once upon a time, before the great recession, companies looked for ERP systems that were as close to a perfect fit for their business as they possibly could find. This search took a massive amount of time, and always involved compromises.  The harsh reality is that virtually no ERP system is a perfect fit. Companies […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central for Manufacturing

  The imminent introduction of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central signifies the addition of a powerhouse player into the Cloud Manufacturing ERP community. As much as the Dynamics 365 Business Edition was a fully functional cloud deployment of Microsoft’s powerhouse AX product, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is the fully functional cloud version of the […]

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Cloud Accounting: 5 Reasons Companies Will Make the Shift in 2018

The modern business world is marked by a series of changes, both technological and cultural, that are dizzying in their scale. Think, for example, of accounting capabilities and their evolution in past decades from mainframe to desktop computers. Now, with the advent of cloud software, business accounting is undergoing yet another massive transformation. These shifts […]

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Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations vs. SAP vs. Oracle – Which ERP is Right for You?

The ERP you choose often depends on the type (and size) of your business. While smaller businesses can do just as fine without one, medium businesses and large enterprises can benefit a great deal with a robust ERP in place. And as far as big corporates are concerned, having an ERP system is rather inevitable. […]

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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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