To begin, we must lay the groundwork for a fact so obvious that it may not even be recognized: Technology has moved from a back office support system to the forefront of business. Over the past decade, digital processes have become the mainstay tied to every corporate function, from marketing, sales, payroll, and supply chain. This is true for every business sector in almost every country.
SAP and Microsoft have been duking it out for a few years to see who will gain market dominance. Both offer world-class enterprise resource planning (ERP) platforms. This article will give you a head-to-head comparison of Microsoft Dynamics vs. SAP. What should we expect from these two vendors in the years to come? What we found may surprise you.
Pick a company. It can be in any sector. It can be any size. The company has a great strategy and a product or service that has potential to be the next big thing. What is the one link in the process of getting that service or product to market that can completely derail corporate growth?
Tax season is marching its way inexorably toward us. It might be the perfect time to consider software alternatives to the old stand-by, QuickBooks.
Tax season is right around the corner. With big changes in the American tax code looming, it’s going to be even more important to make sure receivables are in order. Fortunately, there is great accounting software on the market that can flex with whatever changes are coming while giving you an accurate vehicle to skillfully report and analyze corporate finances.
Topics: Microsoft Dynamics GP
Let’s cut right to the chase in this blog; yes, your business needs ERP training. In fact, it’s likely that you’ll never reap the full benefits of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software without it. That’s because ERP software is one of the most sophisticated digital tools in the marketplace today.
Topics: Microsoft Dynamics ERP
Automated marketing is the new frontier for working smarter in any customer relationship management (CRM) database. Unfortunately, “new” frontier means companies are still failing to optimize marketing automation to produce results. This article looks at how we’re getting automated marketing wrong – and how Microsoft Dynamics CRM finally got it right.
Topics: Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is some of the most complicated on the market. Even with loads of design-friendly tricks and intelligent interfaces, the best ERP platform can be difficult to deploy without lots of training and support.
Topics: Microsoft Dynamics ERP
Chron defines mid-market companies as those with annual revenue between $10 million and $1 billion. These organizations have successfully emerged from the entrepreneurial phase to become mini-titans of their business universe. At this phase, they’ve captured a good deal of internal and external data on everything from market fluctuations to consumer trends. It’s at this point that it’s crucial to use that insight to make organizational and procedural shifts to capture even more revenues.
Microsoft Navision is NAV, the company’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution created for the small to mid-size business seeking to streamline and consolidate business functions. NAV helps these businesses remain competitive by integrating crucial company functions such as ordering and inventory, finance and accounting, HR and payroll, and sales and marketing all under one dashboard.