Not sure about retiring your old Dynamics GP? Here’s what you could miss out on

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.

How the cloud is changing the role of the CFO

Just as cloud computing is changing IT infrastructures and processes, it is also changing the job descriptions of many employees outside the tech department. Traditionally, a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) was expected to manage the financial risks of the company and keep a close eye on monthly revenues and balance sheets.

Dynamics GP: On-premises or hosted?

Implementing Microsoft Dynamics GP is one of the most beneficial investments a company can make. By integrating financial management with workflow automation, inventory, and analytics, Dynamics GP can dramatically enhance business performance. Over the years, more companies have become aware of this and are now planning to purchase the enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for themselves.

Review of latest Microsoft Dynamics GP update

Cloud application services are expected to reach $46.3 billion this year, according to Gartner. And a good portion of that market share will be taken by cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) software.

Over the years, Microsoft has made big developments with their cloud services, such as Office 365 and Azure, and they did just that with their ERP product Dynamics GP. A huge part of Microsoft’s success is listening to partner feedback, which gives them ideas on how to improve their accounting software.

How resource management software leads to business success

When a company’s accounting and resource management processes are running on several systems, a business may suffer from poor visibility, inconsistent procedures, and slow, ill-informed decision-making. Today, both large and small businesses need a unified solution that can make their operations run smoothly and effectively.

What manufacturers want in an ERP system

Manufacturing is an industry with hundreds of nuanced procedures, from inventory and production to distribution and warehouse management. Thus, manufacturing companies have to deal with complex supply chains and workflows on a daily basis. Fortunately, managing technical and logistical processes can be performed seamlessly with enterprise resource planning (ERP) software.