Microsoft Dynamics Solutions Blog

Why You Need Microsoft Dynamics GP Training

Posted by IES on Sep 1, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Microsoft Dynamics GP is an all-in-one, fully integrated ERP solution targeted towards small-to-midsized organizations. Through Microsoft Dynamics GP, you can optimize your supply chain, manage your employees, and track your finances in a single consolidated and easy to use suite. But though Microsoft Dynamics GP is a fairly intuitive platform, there is still an extraordinary number of benefits to training and certifications. Microsoft Dynamics GP is an extremely robust suite, and many of its impressive features may not be used correctly without proper Microsoft Dynamics GP training.

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5 Reasons You Need Microsoft Dynamics CRM Certification

Posted by IES on Aug 30, 2016 8:00:00 AM

As with any Microsoft product, Microsoft Dynamics CRM has a fairly rigorous certification process. Obtaining Microsoft Dynamics CRM Certification—or engaging with employees and contractors who have MS Dynamics CRM certification—can offer some significant benefits, both in terms of internal management and client servicing.

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4 Advantages of Hosted Dynamics NAV

Posted by IES on Aug 25, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Integrating shopping carts and e-commerce platforms directly with MS Dynamics GP can be used to substantially streamline operations. Reducing costs, improving productivity, and consolidating data in a single all-in-one resource can be achieved through the use of MS Hosted Dynamics NAV. By better integrating back end financial information with front end e-commerce portals, companies are able to better serve their customers and reduce administrative costs. Here are some of the critical advantages to integrating through Hosted Dynamics NAV.

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Steps for Implementing Dynamics GP eCommerce

Posted by IES on Aug 23, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Dynamics GP eCommerce rolls all of your distribution and logistics management directly into your eCommerce portal, creating a consolidated, easily managed system that will simplify maintenance and operations. Through Dynamics GP eCommerce, you'll have a single data warehouse, maintain real-time product information, and be able to provide superior customer service.

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Microsoft Dynamics Magento Integration: 5 Tips

Posted by IES on Aug 11, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Through Microsoft Dynamics Magento integration, businesses can streamline the entire process of sales and customer management, avoiding duplicate entries and the maintenance of multiple systems. Everything from accurate inventory quantities, projected stocking needs, and shipping and product addresses can be stored and shared within the two suites. But as with any integration, there are some important things to remember.

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Adding an Ecommerce Shopping Cart to Microsoft Dynamics GP

Posted by IES on Aug 9, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Microsoft Dynamics GP takes care of virtually all of your business needs. But did you know that it can also take care of your storefront? By adding an e-Commerce shopping cart to Microsoft Dynamics GP, you can handle all of your sales, order processing, and inventory handling through a single consolidated platform. This streamlined system will save on both administrative hours and expenses. There are a few different options available depending on your company's needs.

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Topics: Microsoft Dynamics GP

Dynamics CRM SharePoint Integration: Best Practices to Follow

Posted by IES on Aug 4, 2016 11:00:00 AM

One of the major advantages of Microsoft Dynamics CRM is its ability to integrate with other Microsoft product suites such as SharePoint. Proper SharePoint integration can vastly improve the productivity of an office, but it needs to be done the correct way to be effective and secure. Here are a few of the most critical best practices.

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Microsoft Dynamics Vs Salesforce: Which CRM is Best for Your Business?

Posted by IES on Aug 2, 2016 11:00:00 AM

If your business is looking for a new CRM, it's likely that your choice has come down to two of the major contenders: Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Salesforce. Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Salesforce are both powerful, popular platforms that are heavily used throughout many industries. When comparing Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs Salesforce, it's important to first identify your needs as a business. Often, the decision the two will come down to the company's priorities and whether or not the platform has the features that they require for their day-to-day operations. In general, Microsoft Dynamics CRM is the more robust of the two platforms, while Salesforce may be considered a simpler, more entry-level solution.

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Topics: CRM

The Top 6 SharePoint Best Practices

Posted by IES on Jul 28, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Are you looking to get the most out of your SharePoint deployment? SharePoint is all about ensuring that you documents are as easy and simple to read as possible. Here are a few of the top six SharePoint best practices that you should follow.  

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Microsoft Great Plains Consulting: 3 Things to Ask Your Specialist

Posted by IES on Jul 26, 2016 8:00:00 AM

The easiest and most effective way to implement Microsoft Great Plains is to work with an experienced specialist. But how do you determine whether a Great Plains consulting specialist is the right one for you? Here are three of the most critical questions you should ask your future partner. 

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