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Boost your association’s non-dues revenue

By |March 27th, 2018|Blog|

How to boost your association’s non-dues revenue: 3 ways And why tracking each revenue source’s success matters Are you struggling to find ways to boost your association’s revenue? Just breaking even would be nice, but with dwindling memberships maybe you’re finding that harder to do. You’re not alone. The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) [...]

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Microsoft releases powerful cloud accounting solution

By |March 14th, 2018|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

Microsoft unleashes perfect storm with powerful cloud ERP A new age in accounting software is finally here Microsoft's cloud-based accounting software is about to get an upgrade. The company recently released news about upcoming changes to Dynamics 365, the latest in its line of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software solutions. On March 13, Microsoft officially announced [...]

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Dynamics SL and Sage Fixed Assets 2018

By |February 27th, 2018|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics SL|

Dynamics SL and Sage Fixed Assets 2018 A newly released version of Sage Fixed Assets 2018 uses Crystal Reports 2016. Unfortunately, the 2016 version of Crystal Reports is not compatible with Dynamics SL 2011 or 2015 — which both use Crystal Reports version 2008 (Service Pack 3 for 2011 and Service Pack 5 for 2015). Once Sage Fixed [...]

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 is in the cloud … so what?

By |February 16th, 2018|Blog|

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is in the cloud … so what? By: Katie Erickson, Boyer & Associates By now chances are good that you’ve heard of Microsoft’s big move with its latest accounting solution. Dynamics 365, the company’s newest Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) product, joins the respected names of Dynamics SL, GP and NAV with at [...]

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The #1 tool you need to make the best business decisions

By |February 13th, 2018|Blog|

The #1 tool you need to make the best business decisions Make the most of raw data with Business Intelligence Every company has enormous amounts of data at their fingertips. You likely have detailed information on your customers, products, inventory, manufacturing and more. Given enough time, you could probably compile all that data into one [...]

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Dynamics SL Top 10 Tips

By |January 31st, 2018|Blog|

Want to speed up your work processes in Dynamics SL? These tips can help you learn the product better and customize where needed so that it works smarter and faster for your specific needs. This week we are sharing the first two in a series of 10 tips to help you improve efficiency in Dynamics SL: […]

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Creating Dynamics NAV Approval Workflows

By |January 30th, 2018|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics NAV|

Creating Dynamics NAV Approval Workflows How to allow for a single approval from a group of approvers In most of the Microsoft-provided documentation on workflow approval scenarios, Microsoft provides instructions on a single approver, multiple required approvers, or a hierarchical-approval structure. So far, none of the customers I've worked with on Microsoft Dynamics NAV workflow [...]

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Dynamics GP Tips & Tricks: User Setup

By |January 23rd, 2018|Blog, Microsoft Dynamics GP|

Dynamics GP Tips & Tricks: User Setup How to set up a new user in Dynamics GP This post will outline the steps to setting up a new user in Microsoft Dynamics GP and includes a recommendation to make the process a little easier. Note that you might need to be logged into GP as [...]

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Mass Updates in NAV RapidStart

By |January 17th, 2018|Blog|

Get Started Mass Updates in NAV RapidStart Welcome to Part 2 in a series of blogs on how to make mass changes and additions to data in Dynamics NAV. If you missed Part 1, you can read it here. In this blog we will look at the first two of 10 steps in making a [...]

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Outgrowing QuickBooks

By |January 16th, 2018|Blog|

  Have you ever found yourself sorting through dozens of spreadsheets to find the right information? Do you have trouble tracking key data because the information is spilled over onto multiple documents? “How should I track this?” you wonder as you glance at yet another page of statistics. “I guess I’ll just create a new spreadsheet.” If you feel like your accounting team is drowning in spreadsheets, it’s possible that your company is outgrowing QuickBooks. Here are a few telltale signs that it might be time to upgrade your accounting software: […]

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