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About Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

2019 Financial Trends, Part 2: Changes to Customer Demands

Since the financial crisis of 2008, the business world has seen dramatic changes. Today, businesses have to cope with an entirely new set of challenges, including a new labor force, the need to innovate, and mounting pressure to become more tech-focused.   In an effort to keep up with these changes, the role of the […]

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Finance Trends for 2019, Part 1: The Role of Today’s CFO Has Changed

There has been a big shift in the business landscape from 2008’s recession. Changes in the workforce, the pace of innovation, and the major role technology plays in every business mean the role of finance has also changed. They in the middle of the action, connecting the entire organization by using technology and data to […]

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Your Guide to the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Licensing Plan 2020

Microsoft is all poised to completely refurbish the enterprise application cloud software license structure for 2020 and beyond. With existing pre-bundled plans not adequately encouraging, the sale of the entire product suite often excluding specific products that represent emerging marketplace value, the new plan aims to help customers get the most of their Microsoft products […]

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The Power of the Platform

Time for a trip down memory lane. When is the last time you grabbed your iPod before you went for a run or your kids asked if they could bring their Nintendo DS on a road trip? Speaking of road trip, if you did go on one, did you remember to bring your Garmin? When […]

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Need a New ERP? What Is the Cost of Doing Nothing?

Unless you are a very unusual business owner, you’re probably quite concerned about costs. After all, most organizations are in business to make money and retain their position in the marketplace. So, when it comes to purchasing large-scale business application systems, there may be some hesitation. In fact, when you look at the costs involved […]

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PLM and ERP, What’s the Best Approach for Your Consumer Brand or Manufacturing Company?

Companies that design, source, and manufacture products often need both PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning). These software solutions are critical to handling their business processes. The difference between PLM and ERP PLM is generally used to manage the design process. PLM systems are highly collaborative in nature, so they must be […]

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6 Reasons why you should switch and upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics 365

We believe that choosing a partner who can support you in your move to the cloud and embracing an upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations will change and enrich your business and encourage financial growth.   We understand that the first question that generally comes to mind is “Why would I need […]

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Increased Security with Fastpath Assure

SoD (Segregation of Duties, or Separation of Duties) is a security measure that involves requiring the input of more than one person in completing a task. This internal control is designed to prevent error and fraud. In politics, it is referred to as the separation of powers. Dynamics AX 2012/Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations […]

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 & ERP Jobs: What to Look for in an Employer

What to Look for in an Employer: ERP Software Jobs with Dynamics 365 Partner Up until recently, it wasn’t uncommon for an employee to stay with a company for decades -- perhaps for their entire career. But in today’s fast paced and ever changing job market, things are different. Professionals switch jobs many times throughout […]

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Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and Common Data Service leads to a Unified D365

Common Data Service (“CDS”) was built to be the center point of the Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement and Apps. That means: Sales, Marketing, Customer Service, Field Service, Project Service data feeding into the CDS to allow for a common data platform. What is missing is the ERP application – formally known as Dynamics 365 […]

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