In our fast-evolving world one constant remains: change. There is an unprecedented pace of change to business models in order to adapt to the ever-increasing competition and ever-changing customer demands that face them.
As someone who talks to many people about their business problems, I hear a lot of stories about people’s absolute dependence and servitude to Excel.
Microsoft has recently announced it will no longer offer budgeting and forecasting module Microsoft Forecaster in Dynamics GP 2016.
The next release of Microsoft’s most robust ERP solution, Dynamics AX 7, is only a few months away. Since Microsoft made the announcement in May customers have asked us if they should upgrade.
Every ERP and finance management system can spit out a trial balance at the drop of a hat. But there is a surprising gap that virtually every ERP and accounting system has missed.
There are several reasons why ERP implementations are susceptible to failure, however a fair proportion of them have to do with planning. Or more specifically, failure to plan properly.
With Microsoft Dynamics AX, there are no multiple, complicated modules to understand, count, license and track, there are only Server Licenses and CALs for users or devices.
Microsoft Dynamics 2013 R2 has now been available since May 2014. Having successfully upgraded some of our clients to the latest version, we thought we’d share some of our favourite features.
Infor has introduced a new module to SunSystems v6.2 called Extended Analysis. This looks like metadata by another name to me and that is very exciting.
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!