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Leveraging Cortana for Sales Forecasting in Dynamics 365 for Financials

Business Intelligence software is used across many sectors for a wide variety of tasks. Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials uses Cortana to help manage inventory and sales systems in an effort to increase efficiency, ease of ordering, and customer satisfaction. Cortana’s main function is to serve as an inventory management intelligence, assisting in collecting, and […]

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Tie Your Productivity to Your Processes with Dynamics 365

Businesses have always needed a wide variety of systems to function properly. From CRM to ERP, finding ways to maximize the functionality while not maxing out the budget has always been a challenge. With their new business solution Dynamics 365, however, Microsoft has delivered a new resource that can do exactly that. By combining their […]

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Advantages of Processing AP and AR in the Cloud

With increasing frequency Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable systems are touching more areas of a business’s day to day operation. Any issues or delays encountered with these systems can have wide-reaching repercussions, from cash-flow projections to delivery of financial information. Finding the right solutions for AP/AR can be a deciding factor between top level and […]

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How Much It Costs to Keep Dynamics GP Out of the Cloud

When it comes to making significant technology updates, it’s natural to hesitate – especially if you aren’t sure how to prove that the change will bring value to your business.  However, there is a lot of value to be gained by moving your Dynamics GP system to the cloud, and we can help you prove […]

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NetSuite Release Notice: Last Sales Activity Enhancements

Last month, we talked about NetSuite 2016 New Release Highlights as well as NetSuite Updates for Android and iOS. Aside from the long list of enhancements NetSuite releases bi-annually, they send out solo releases for heavily used features. The most recent announcement focuses on the Last Sales Activity SuiteApp. Last Sales Activity has undergone a […]

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Is Your Service-Oriented Business Data Safer in the Cloud?

Competition in the business world is always fierce, for service companies especially so.  Any edge, no matter how slight, has to be capitalized on. One area a company can make big strides is in data security.  Often overlooked, data security is, or should be, a real concern for any organization, particularly one that stores large […]

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NetSuite 2016 New Release Highlights

Like clockwork, NetSuite rolls out their bi-annual release updates sharing new features and enhancements to the cloud-based business management solution. And as always, it’s a lengthy document… It’s great for NetSuite users to know what’s happening with their software and how developers are working to make the user experience as seamless as possible. But in […]

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NetSuite Tips & Tricks: How to Import a Budget

Work smarter, not harder. Not the first time you’ve heard that right? Well this time it comes with a way to help you do exactly that. Did you know you can create NetSuite budget records by importing external application budget data as CSV files using the Import Assistant? Read on to get NetSuite help.Formatting CSV […]

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Why You Aren’t Ready for Cloud ERP

Do you feel as though your organization isn't quite ready for a transition to the cloud? ERP solutions are often the building block of a company's IT infrastructure, and even today a significant amount of businesses keep their product either fully on-premise or as a software-as-a-service deployment. As of 2015, only 11% of organizations had […]

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Top Reasons Distributors Choose Cloud ERP

Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) changes the game. Period. You wouldn’t consider carrying floppy disks with company information around from office to office in this day and age, but the concept of transporting information physically still exists.  The popularity of data sticks has replaced the CD, which replaced the hard disk, external disk, and ultimately, […]

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