This article focuses on the process of preparing for a software implementation.
This article discusses corporate performance management (CPM) tools and examples of effective strategy, goals, planning, and analysis.
This article focuses on the importance of process improvements and KPIs.
This article discusses the release of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and how to enable world-class decision making for executives and managers.
The blog article is the second entry in the series about using Corporate Performance Management (CPM) for digital transformation.
This article recaps the countrifried Microsoft Dynamics User Groups Summit in Nashville October 10-13, 2017. Continue reading
We have written about the topic of the enterprise technology evolution, moving to the cloud specifically, several times now, and this blog will continue to cover the related intricacies. Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, both Business and Enterprise editions, are seemingly the destination for at least current users of on-premises Dynamics GP, SL, NAV and AX products. Unfortunately, that journey is not just a flip of the switch. It is more than just moving data over because your data source is the thing you are replacing. This article will discuss the ins and outs of transitioning to Microsoft Dynamics 365 and how corporate performance management (CPM) can help, with their autonomous databases to store your historical data, and financial reporting and budgeting applications.
In this article, we will be discussing details about the Sage acquisition of Intacct and how that will shape financial management for both Sage and Intacct users.
You heard it. On July 25th, Sage announced that it will be acquiring Intacct for $850 million, now what? Intacct currently has 11,000 customers in North America, and Sage serves 6.1 million customers worldwide. Sage and Intacct users can now expect a complete set of solutions for accounting needs of organizations of all sizes. This article will cover all you need to know about the Sage acquisition of Intacct.
And just like that, Focus 2017 has come and gone. For the planning committee at Solver, charged with the planning and execution of the 5th annual user conference for the community of BI360 customers and partners, it is bittersweet. To me, the best conferences can seem like summer camp for adult professionals, as you step out of your routine and your life to take up residence at a specific locale that is an all-inclusive on learning new skill sets, making new connections, and having fun. And Focus never disappoints in the context of this analogy. This is the fourth year I have attended the event, and it was such a joy to see familiar faces and share memories from past years with new faces at the ample networking opportunities. This blog entry will recap the highlights from this year’s Focus event.