Tag "DU Magazine Winter 2014"

Five Underutilized Features in Distribution

In previous issues, we have highlighted existing features from different areas of Microsoft Dynamics GP that are often underutilized.  The last series we will discuss for the year is Distribution, which, as we all know, has hundreds of different features.

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Top 5 Reasons for Using Microsoft Social Listening

With the spring 2014 release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 came Social Listening, a powerful new service that businesses and organizations can use to monitor their social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter. All Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Professional

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Grow Your Customer Relationships with Nurture Marketing

Convert leads, close sales, and build customer trust using marketing automation and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Nurture marketing. Lead nurturing. Drip marketing. You’ve heard the buzzwords, but what exactly are nurture programs, and – more importantly – how can they benefit

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Easy Sales Tax Collection and Reporting for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

In the not-so-distant past, it was relatively easy to determine if a company needed to collect sales tax from its customers. Usually, a physical office location in a single state meant that companies needed to collect tax in their home

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Year End Procedures

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Where has the year gone? It is once again time to discuss year-end closing procedures and updates for modules in Microsoft Dynamics GP. Now is the perfect time to start reviewing this information to ensure you are prepared for any procedures and

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Show Me the Money: Inventory

For those organizations that have to deal with it, inventory can really make or break you. If you don’t have the inventory your customers need, then they’ll buy from someone else, and you’ll suffer from lost sales and poor customer

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BI Tools You Already Own

Your business is speaking to you in the language of data and opportunity. Can you understand it? Fluency in this language of business intelligence (BI) is a key difference between good companies and great companies. Since every company knows that

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