The PaperSaveCloud™ offered by WhiteOwl provides an excellent option for organizations that want to take full advantage of the paperless platform without hosting the application
Have you ever had that one friend who was always “down with the trends?” He/she would also have the designer clothes, newest kicks, or best hairstyles before any of it even came into your radar, or better yet before it even hit stores. You would, in some ways, look up to them for advice on where to get these items for; where was the best deal or bargain; and what was coming out next so you could try and prepare yourself for it. They were, in a labeling sense, your “influencer.”
We have observed over the last few years that bidding on contracts with the Federal Government is becoming easier and harder; a contradiction yes, but true just the same.
It has become easier because of the standardization of the award vehicles and bid consolidators like INPUT. The task of finding the right contracts to bid on and the less complex responses required make it easier; but now that it is easier, there are many for firms competing, which makes winning contracts harder.
In my last blog, I discussed how to get the most out of your ERP system. The key elements presented were: have a maintenance plan; train, re-train, cross-train your users; understand your business Model; take advantage of what the ERP system has to offer; and develop a strong partnership with your Business Partner. In this blog, I wanted to dig a little deeper into the relationship with your Microsoft Business Partner and how your organization may benefit from this relationship. Your Microsoft Business Partner can be key to the future success of your ERP system.
Acumatica is one of the new solutions in the game and the fastest growing Cloud ERP in the world. They were incorporated in 2008 and started by ex-Microsoft Dynamics executives. The goal being to improve on all that is wrong with MSFT systems. MSFT accounting is good for what it is, but it has a hard time doing what people need to do with computing today. The point of this is not to bash MSFT, but point out where Acumatica is: years ahead in technology; just like your Mac Book is to the IBM 650.