Both Microsoft Dynamics and Sage are platforms that play a significant role to improve Accounting, Human Resources, Payroll, among other aspects of businesses. Though they serve almost the same purpose, you will reap more from Microsoft Dynamics. Here are some things to consider when comparing[...]
If you're exploring new software for your company, weighing the options of Microsoft Dynamics vs. Financial Force is probably high on your radar. Both software options a popular choice. They both can do a lot of similar things. They at their core are an accounting system and will be able to[...]
One of the many reporting methods in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 is through Inquiry windows, which are windows that function as a "question and answer" type of feedback . They're available within the Inquiry section of the home page of each module of MS Dynamics GP. Although Inquiry windows[...]
There are two editions of Microsoft Dynamics 365: Business and Enterprise. The former is the least expensive option and is designed for small and medium-sized businesses with up to 99 employees, while the Enterprise edition is meant for companies with 100 or more employees. The Dynamics 365 cost[...]
Microsoft Dynamics GP pricing is determined based on fixed and variable costs. The software itself is a fixed cost, and it's the same no matter where you buy it. Variable costs arise from maintenance, implementation, deployment, and user fees.
Dynamics GP Licensing
There are three types of[...]
Before the advent of stand-alone, CRM software, businesses relied on a number of non-integrated programs to help them determine their customer’s preferences. Such legacy systems discounted the fact that the “path to purchase” is a complex one filled with “more touch points and more brands” than,[...]
The Web Client is a first-class user interface for desktop users of Microsoft Dynamics applications. The Web Client for Dynamics NAV 2017 suits the needs of most users across the organization, whether they're on a PC or a Mac. By adding wizards, contextual notifications, and redesigned tooltips,[...]
In today's competitive retail market, companies have to be nimble to survive. Staying on top of industry and consumer trends and designing strategic plans to capitalize on them is what allows successful retailers to get ahead of their rivals. The primary objective behind the development of[...]
Microsoft Dynamics 365 (D365) for finance and operations, launched in July, 2017, adds more functionality to this single bundling of CRM/ERP software. At its core, this new module uses Microsoft’s Common Data Model (CDM) through Azure’s cloud-hosting services for enhancing the use of[...]
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales app gives you a single place to keep info about customers and prospects for everyone on your team so that you can all close more sales. This tutorial gives a walk-through of the app and offers a few tips to make your workflow more efficient.
Now we know that the Amazon Web Service (AWS) was the first cloud service to be offered, so it has first-mover advantage yada yada yada - but Microsoft Azure is the fastest growing cloud service and with good reason!
Anything that you do with Dynamics 365 to deliver better sales and service can also be done with the mobile version. Here are five ways that the Microsoft Dynamics cloud can help you do what you need to do from wherever you happen to be at the time.
Relevance Search gives you a fast and easy way to find what you're looking for in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Training. Being powered by Azure Search, it offers an experience similar to using an Internet search engine. Results with a match to more words with close proximity to one another will[...]
SMB-owners, looking for that “right” software solution, can turn to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for robust functionality across a number of vertical sectors. Moreover, Dynamics 365 pricing reflects a software designed to align with a company’s needs.
Using Dynamics 365 for Retail in the Microsoft Azure Cloud Service to Manage and Scale Your Operations