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Microsoft will end support for SQL Server 2005 in April next year. As the product’s end of life clock ticks down, it’s time for Microsoft Dynamics GP customers to start thinking about how to respond.
If you’re a Microsoft Dynamics GP customer, you’ve no doubt been accustomed to a product licensing arrangement that requires you to acquire system components on module by module basis. Microsoft has now made it simpler.
With Microsoft set to release Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 before the end of this year, it is timely to ask what new features users can expect in the new version. Fortunately there are a range of impressive new capabilities in this new version.
You’d think this is a simple topic. SharePoint, with all its extendibility and connectivity, should be the perfect tool for tracking all your customer related content in conjunction with tracking information in Dynamics CRM.
There are many ERP users out there that shudder at the following three words: year end closing process. It conjures up images of system crashes, trial balances not balancing and general financial mayhem!
Turning your debtor-dues into cash is the primary goal of your collections team. It is the imperative that maintains the business viability; get the cash that we are owed. The reality is some debtors are more reliable than others when it comes to settling their accounts.
The mere fact that any business has debtors implies that it is financing the ability of its customers to purchase from the business. This fact is balanced to the extent that the business itself obtains credit (funding) from its suppliers.