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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Cloud vs On-Premise ERP Systems

At first glance, “the cloud” and “ERP” don’t seem like they belong together. Or do they? See the presentation from our recent webinar and learn the difference between on Cloud vs On-Premise ERP Systems. If you have any questions after seeing the webinar, email us. Katja BrinckKatja has over 12 years of consulting experience implementing …

Friday, February 10, 2012

Management Reporter Report Scheduling

The folks over at the Dynamics Corporate Performance Management blog drew my attention to this video about the report scheduling functionality in Management Reporter. Take a look at this video: “Report scheduling offers a flexible and secure mechanism for automating the publishing of your financial reports from within Management Reporter. Report schedules are simple to setup and …

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Go Green with Greenshades Payroll Tax Service

On the list of an enterprise’s challenges, payroll accounting is always in the top ten. We know payroll reporting and payments must be done, and done well if we want to maintain employee satisfaction. Greenshades offers a full array of payroll accounting software programs that integrate seamlessly with Microsoft Dynamics systems. For payroll taxes, garnishments …

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Adoption of Business Intelligence is a Sales Issue, Not a Technology Issue

“I’m not getting the information I need.” Hearing that, most people reach for a technology solution.  And there’s a lot of good technology solutions to choose from; but which one? That’s a trick question. We’re jumping to the solution; not identifying the problem.  Have you heard this before?  Of course you’ve heard it; a thousand …