People nowadays are perpetually connected to the things that fuel their lives: work, family, passion, and play. And the world of business is no different. As a result, we’re constantly finding new ways to stay connected another in the most seamless and painless manner possible.
Five years after Microsoft introduced Office 365, the tech giant launched Dynamics 365 (D365) to further help businesses reach their goals. Integrating these solutions has become easier with every iteration, thanks to the cloud.
This affords small- and medium-sized businesses in South Florida access to a wide range of tools to improve customer interaction, enhance productivity, transform processes, and more.
Anybody who has worked in payroll knows that it is one of the most headache-inducing aspects of running a business. That’s mainly because of all the requirements set forth by South Florida laws and regulations, and the fact that in payroll, accuracy and promptness are indispensable.
Unlike a retro vehicle or fine wine, old accounting systems don’t get better with age. In fact, they can hinder growth due to factors like lack of flexibility, incompatibility with modern systems, and vulnerability to cyberattacks. If your business continues to run on outdated technologies, you can prepare to get shoved out of the competition.
Outgrowing old practices is inevitable with progressive businesses. Those old devices and software you have relied on for years may not work as effectively now that you have expanded your business. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) technology is evolving rapidly, and if you keep using your outdated legacy Dynamics systems, it will affect your bottom line.
Microsoft recently announced that they will no longer be supporting Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013. That means they will stop releasing bug fixes and improvements in the future. Even third party-compatible apps won’t be updated anymore. How does this affect your business in South Florida?
Companies that make good use of technology are the ones that lead the way, which is why many businesses have embraced digital transformation.
Big data is a widespread term used to refer to data sets that are too large and/or too complex to be adequately processed by conventional data-processing application software. Many tech experts have touted big data to be the most important tech breakthrough in the industry, and it’s easy to see why.
Not many industries are as rife with challenges as the hospitality industry. Being part of a service-oriented sector, hotels and inns are faced with so many challenges that can easily fold the unprepared. Those that find opportunities amid all the chaos are most likely to prosper.
In a business setting, customers are the life force of any company. Their decision to opt out of a product or service will determine a business longevity.
It's important to see every transaction through the customer’s perspective. This way, you’ll discover what drives them to make a purchase and what holds them back.
You’ve done your research and decided to invest in an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. Now you need to decide which of the many options makes the most sense for your needs. If you Google “Best ERP solution,” Microsoft’s Dynamics software is showcased in each of the top five results.