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From QuickBooks to Dynamics GP | ShipOffers Successful implementation with TMC

From QuickBooks to Dynamics GP | ShipOffers Successful implementation with TMC

Focus on a successful implementation of Dynamics GP and more…

Technology Management Concepts has been partnering with ShipOffers to help them replace their old Accounting software, QuickBooks, with a more complete ERP solution, Microsoft Dynamics GP.

For over 14 years ShipOffers has been the trusted source for elite marketers of health and beauty products. They offer a revolutionary pay-as-you go model providing products, fulfillment, cash flow management and strategic planning for their clients.

As ShipOffers grew as a company, they started requiring greater inventory control and streamlined billing processes that QuickBooks couldn’t provide. After talking with TMC’s consultants, ShipOffers decided to take a step forward and embraced the big change of moving to Dynamics GP for their organization.

Wanting more visibility and flexibility to manage their weaknesses, ShipOffers decided to implement Dynamics GP as well as changing from Cash Basis to Accrual based accounting.

Here are few steps of the project:

  • Installation of Dynamics GP, Management Reporter and TMC Automation Framework
  • Module Setup and Design- General Ledger, Bank Reconciliation, Sales Order Processing, Purchase Order Processing, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Inventory Control
  • Data Conversion – Chart of Accounts, Customers, Vendors, Items, Sites, Item Pricing, Open Accounts Payable, Open General Ledger Balances, Inventory Quantities
  • Customizations for consolidated billing

As this first implementation went extremely well, ShipOffers and TMC are currently scoping the second phase of implementations: Dynamics CRM and Automating Sales integration…

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