Today, when business expansion is on the horizon, owners grapple with a host of eventualities, such as how to handle the extra workload in accounting.
As the owner of a professional engineering firm, you are now a part of two joint venture operations, and see the limitations of your existing accounting software. That’s why you’ve turned to Microsoft Dynamics SL 2015 as it is uniquely suited to your project-based workflows.
For example, the joint-venture companies, while viewed by SL users, cannot be accessed unless they have authorization. Project managers can use SL’s Resource module for aligning the right staff to specific projects, for both main and JV operations. In addition, appointed team members can pull in lists of vetted vendors to provide materials on given jobs.
More importantly, Dynamics has moved away from its Business Portal to Web Apps to access, analyze and review data, through a web browser, be it from a desktop, or digital devices.
A few of the applications that are available include:
- Web Reporting
- Project Budgeting
- Employee & Resource Maintenance
- Inventory Lookup
- Employee Utilization module
- Resource Planning
In the past, your company’s array of spreadsheets did little in the way of guiding important decision-making: Most of your data resided on Excel in static form, requiring users to return to Excel time-and-again to update.
Now, Dynamics SL 2015 with its Grid to Excel allows users on premise, or on the road, to share refreshable data. This leads to better transparency and opportunities for collaboration.
Written by B.H (Sales team)