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Switching from QuickBooks to NetSuite

There’s a lot that goes into starting and building a business. While so much goes into the beginning process, a lot of new companies find themselves struggling to grow as time goes on. Only 2 in 5 startups are profitable, and other startups will either break even (1 in 3) or continue to lose money […]

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NetSuite: The #1 Cloud ERP Software

NetSuite is the #1 Cloud ERP Software and is trusted by more than 22,000 customers worldwide. NetSuite gives you financials, cash flow, payroll, inventory, and more, all in one place, so you have clear visibility and total control of your business. Follow the link below to access a free personalized consultation of NetSuite!  https://prf.hn/click/camref:1011leAKx/creativeref:1101l51610

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How To Manage Contractor Timesheets And Expense Reports In MS Dynamics

Working with independent contractors can be helpful for businesses of all sizes. From the increased flexibility to specialized skills for specific projects, contractors are a popular solution to complex business problems. However, with contractors comes an additional challenge when it comes to how to manage contractor timesheets and expense reports in MS Dynamics. One solution […]

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Top 5 Expense Report Capabilities in Dynamics GP for Government & USAID Contractors

Top 5 Expense Report Capabilities in Dynamics GP for Government & USAID Contractors Government contractors and USAID contractors have one-of-a-kind requirements. This is particularly true when it comes to having certain expense report capabilities in Dynamics GP. The challenge is that federal organizations need to be transparent. Plus, they need to provide details of that […]

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nVerge 2018 – a must-attend technology conference for business execs and end-users

Technology is embedded in everything we do. There are numerous ERP solutions out there that could supercharge your business and help you achieve an end to end efficiency. But how can you find the right one for your company or make sure the solution you're currently using is still up to date? Here at FMT […]

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3 Reasons Government Contractors Need Both the Right ERP Cloud Solution and the Right ERP Partner

When government contractors are searching for the right ERP Cloud solution for their business, it's important for them to also choose the right ERP partner. Here are the top three reasons why: 1 – Government Compliance Involves Unique Challenges - Government contractors must accurately price items or services and provide detailed cost information for each […]

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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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Microsoft Government Cloud delivers Peace of Mind for Federal Agencies

My boss likes to remind our customers and prospects that the Cloud we all spend so much time talking about really isn’t in the Cloud, it exists on the ground.  Even though we call it the Cloud, as if technology or infrastructure lives up in the air somewhere, it is still made up of racks […]

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What Cloud is this? Why the struggle is real for government agencies

Many government agencies, just like their commercial counterparts, have been struggling to adopt effective cloud computing strategies.  Concerns for security, access and data governance is weighed against the promise of instance access to computing resources and virtually unlimited scale.  Many agencies are also hampered by outdated acquisition vehicles, overly proscriptive security validation procedures and the […]

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