Top Ten ERP Cloud Blog Posts for 2018

What topics were the most popular for ERP Cloud Blog readers in 2018? Take a look:

1. Free: Gartner Magic Quadrant Market Guide for Cloud ERP Solutions
by Anya Ciecierski, CAL Business Solutions

Gartner published its comprehensive white paper: “Magic Quadrant for Cloud Core Financial Management Suites for Midsize, Large and Global Enterprises” and counted Acumatica Financial Management Suite as one of the ERP systems run by a “visionary” company. The white paper examined midsize, large and global businesses and found Acumatica to be an excellent choice for midsize companies looking for a reliable cloud ERP solution. Read the blog post and download the full report.

2. Top 7 Project Management Capabilities in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
by Indusa

From creating project quotes, budgets, and forecasts to scheduling resources and project monitoring, projects encompass varied processes. To be successful, team members and managers need to leverage the right tools and technology and work in collaboration to complete projects on time, and within budget. The project management functionality of Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations offers the right set of tools and applications that can be used across industries to provide a service, produce a product, or achieve a result.

3. IoT Connected Field Service for Dynamics 365 Spring’18 – 6 Amazing Benefits
by Indusa

If field service is an integral part of your day-to-day business, proactively detecting, troubleshooting, and resolving customer equipment issues can help a great deal in ensuring technicians are dispatched only when absolutely necessary. Connected Field Service for Dynamics 365 – with its latest updates – is a perfect amalgamation of predictive maintenance, to drive efficiency throughout your business with the combined intelligence and integration of IoT and field service solutions.

4. Accelerate GDPR Compliance with Microsoft Dynamics 365
by Indusa

The upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to tighten how organizations around the world use and manage personal data. Although GDPR imposes new rules on organizations in the European Union (EU), those that offer goods and services to people in the EU, or those that collect and analyze data tied to EU residents, it is important to note that every industry and organization will be impacted in its own way and will face its own unique challenges in complying with GDPR – no matter where they are located. Using enterprise systems like Dynamics 365 can help you accelerate your GDPR compliance. Read this post to see how.

5. Are You Ready for The New ASC 606 & IFRS 15 Deadlines?
by Massey Consulting

All eyes are on the IASB (International Accounting Standards Board) and FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board), the two regulatory organizations premiering new standards for contract revenue reporting in 2018 and 2019. The formidable ASC 606 and IFRS 15 regulations are fast becoming the nemesis of C-level executives and finance departments everywhere. Read this post to see how Intacct can facilitate the compliance process.

6. What Makes Credit and Collections in Dynamics 365 Truly Awesome
by Indusa

Many businesses enable customers to obtain goods and services with the option of paying later, but the process of recovering amounts owed to an organization by its customers is not an easy one. Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations offers a robust credit and collections management functionality that enables you to manage the entire collection management gamut.

7. Why My Jaw Dropped at Acumatica Summit 2018
by George Mackiewicz, President, CAL Business Solutions

Here’s what really gets me going about Acumatica – cutting edge technology. It removes the chains, the barriers, the limitations that were holding you back on other platforms. I see lots of ISVs with really innovative ideas, and I believe that’s in large part due to the underlying core platform of Acumatica. Read this post and see the exciting features Acumatica offers.

8. Cloud Accounting: 5 Reasons Companies Will Make the Shift in 2018
by Massey Consulting

With the advent of cloud software, business accounting is undergoing a massive transformation. These shifts in technology lead to real changes for businesses: in the United States alone, 3 million small businesses will change their software every year. Here at Massey Consulting, we see all these changes up close in our accounting software consulting work. Based on our experience in the field and published industry research, here are five reasons why there will be a massive shift to cloud accounting in the coming year.

9. Everything You Need to Know About Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central for Manufacturing
by Robert Jolliffe, Sabre Limited

The 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 venerable Microsoft Dynamics NAV. If you have questions about this product, you’ll want to see the answers provided in this post.

10. Acumatica vs Salesforce: Look Out For Three CRM Selection Criteria
by Advanced Solutions and Consulting

When you are looking for the best and the most appropriate CRM solution for your business, always consider these three important features: customization, integration, and ease of implementation. Concerning these points, a comparison between Acumatica and Salesforce might be useful for potential CRM buyers. Read about it in this post.

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