South Florida businesses are hitting the ground running as the economy gradually reopens amid the COVID-19 pandemic. However, many small enterprises are finding out the hard way that their on-premises enterprise resource management (ERM) systems are now inadequate for an increasingly mobile workforce.
Quickbooks is a popular accounting software choice, but many small businesses find out the hard way that it’s not all that great for businesses experiencing growth. It’s rather inflexible for agile companies and worse, expanding its usability with additional licenses and computing capacity is prohibitively expensive.
Many Miami small- to mid-sized businesses are still on legacy accounting software, but more and more firms are shifting toward a more powerful and more flexible solution. One of the most common shifts nowadays is from Microsoft Dynamics GP to the cloud-powered Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.
Many companies are expending more and more resources into learning the minutiae of their operations, in which data plays a key role. After all, data reveals how well or how poor business performance is. And for businesses aiming to gain a competitive advantage, every improvement on processes counts.
Microsoft is releasing the second major update for Business Central in October 2020. The update includes major enhancements to the user interface, performance improvements, and more. We have identified 5 items that will be beneficial to most organizations.
Hurricane season is upon Miami, and in the time of COVID-19, expecting the unexpected has become the norm. This year, many businesses learned the hard way how difficult it can be to cope with disaster without a plan. Addressing issues brought about by disaster tends to eat at a business’s resources, which can be threatened if the disaster also affects service provision and product availability.
Big tech involving cloud technology is ubiquitous in companies in big cities like Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Orlando, and New York, but it is no longer limited to larger companies. Even smaller enterprises are harnessing cloud technology to enhance their business operations.
In May 2020, Microsoft Teams upped the ante for the unified communications platform landscape when it came out with beefed-up security features. These were critical features, considering some of its most popular competitors experienced a lot of backlash related to their susceptibility to cyberthreats.
Microsoft has come out swinging in the summer of 2020 when it repackaged and rebranded one of its most enduring products — before the first half of the year was over, Office 365 had become the bigger and better Microsoft 365. And what made this change even more exciting for our Miami clients was what was bundled inside: Microsoft Teams.
In the first article in this series, we discussed the severe limitations of Intuit QuickBooks for businesses experiencing growth. In the world of warehouse management software (WMS) and tools, QuickBooks’ warehouse features lack scalability and overall functionality.