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About Katie Erickson

Katie Erickson is the marketing coordinator at Boyer & Associates. She graduated from Northwestern College (now the University of Northwestern St. Paul) in Roseville with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She spent five years covering the northeastern suburbs of the Twin Cities for a local newspaper before taking a short break to start a family. She rejoined the workforce in 2010 as a part-time marketing consultant and joined Boyer & Associates in 2016. She lives in Coon Rapids with her husband, four boys, two dogs and a snake.

Business Central extension adds MEM functionality

By |June 18th, 2020|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics 365|

Need an alternative to MEM? This might help Ever wish you could pick and choose who can post to certain dimensions within Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central? Well, now you can thanks to an easy-to-install extension from Boyer & Associates! Our Multi-Company Dimension Filters extension is a simple add-on solution that allows you to restrict [...]

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Boyer Makes Top 100 VARs List

By |June 9th, 2020|Blog, Industry News, Press Releases & Internet News|

Boyer & Associates makes Top 100 VARs list MINNEAPOLIS, MN — We are pleased to announce that Boyer & Associates has once again made a coveted Top 100 list recognizing the foremost accounting software resellers in the U.S. ERP Global Insights (formerly Bob Scott’s Insights) features the top 100 Value-Added Resellers (VARs) of Enterprise Resource [...]

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Dynamics SL is (still) not dead

By |May 28th, 2020|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics SL|

Dynamics SL is (still) not dead Ever since Microsoft debuted its shiny new cloud ERP in 2016, the question continues to be asked: What will happen to its on-premise accounting solutions? Is Dynamics SL dead? What about Dynamics GP? And is Dynamics NAV no more than a stepping-stone to the cloud now? Make no mistake. [...]

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Dynamics ERP users band together on working apart

By |April 16th, 2020|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Microsoft Dynamics SL|

Dynamics users band together on working apart With thousands of companies across the U.S. attempting to maintain normal business operations despite quarantine restrictions, Microsoft Dynamics ERP user groups have stepped up their game to help their cohorts navigate new ways of working. Users of Dynamics 365 Business Central already have a fully operational cloud system, [...]

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Business Central partner stops bleeding on failing ERP project

By |March 17th, 2020|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics 365|

Business Central partner able to ‘stop the bleeding’ on failing ERP project   If you want amaZING health care, look no further than Zing Health. The Chicago-based company formed just last year to offer its members a high-quality, low-cost Medicare Advantage plan with the mission of “helping doctors coordinate better care.” The Challenge As with [...]

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Boyer fixes failed Business Central implementation

By |March 11th, 2020|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics 365|

Aluminum smelter chooses Boyer to fix failed Business Central implementation Owl’s Head Alloys gains real-time access to finances with Dynamics 365 Business Central   Owl’s Head Alloys is all about turning something old into something new. The Kentucky-based aluminum smelter recycles its clients’ scrap aluminum, melting it down and returning it to the clients for [...]

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Moving Dynamics GP 2015 to the cloud in 1 step

By |February 19th, 2020|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics GP|

Moving Dynamics GP 2015 to the cloud in 1 step Ever since Microsoft introduced its cloud computing service Azure, the company has ramped up its focus on cloud-based software offerings of all types. From One Drive to Office 365 to Dynamics 365, Microsoft is “all in” with the cloud. That cloud-centered focus extends to its [...]

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If it’s not broken, why fix unsupported Dynamics SL?

By |February 6th, 2020|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics SL|

Not broken so why fix unsupported Dynamics SL? We get it. Your existing installation of Microsoft Dynamics SL is working well enough, so why would you purposely disrupt your team to “fix” something that’s not even broken? It seems like such a huge waste of time and money. Until the unthinkable happens. Until your system [...]

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Top 7 Reasons to Upgrade Dynamics GP

By |January 30th, 2020|Blog|

Top 7 Reasons to Upgrade Dynamics GP And why Microsoft’s new Modern Policy matters Microsoft recently announced a key change regarding its Dynamics GP software that’s likely to motivate you to upgrade your Dynamics GP system sooner than later. It sounded subtle enough: They introduced a name change to simply “Dynamics GP” (no date attached) [...]

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Boyer welcomes new Dynamics GP consultant

By |January 21st, 2020|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics GP|

Boyer welcomes new Dynamics GP consultant Boyer & Associates is pleased to welcome Danny Clemenson to our team as a Microsoft Dynamics GP consultant. Clemenson has worked with Dynamics GP for nearly 30 years and has his most extensive experience within the non-finance modules such as SOP and inventory. While this is his first job [...]

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