Single-Stack E-Commerce and the Move From Disconnected Data Silos

Posted by: Sana Commerce

The technology needed to transform your business is no longer only available to a select few. In this blog, we explain how Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Sana Commerce, the seamlessly integrated e-commerce solution, can help your organization go from disconnected silos to data-driven success.

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The Quest for Gapless Data Without the Burden

Posted by: Insight Works

The performance of ERP systems is closely tied to the data they are fed. Both the volume and accuracy of data will heavily impact the usefulness an ERP has on an organization. Often overlooked by organizations integrating or currently using an ERP, is the process used to supply an ERP with continuous and accurate data.

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The Truth Behind Sales Tax Audits

Posted by: Avalara

 

With the myriad responsibilities involved in running a successful business, it should come as no surprise that preparing for a sales and use tax audit is not exactly a high priority or favorite topic of conversation among business owners.

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NAV Security  Just Got Easier

Posted by: Per Mogensen

 

If you have tried to set up security in NAV, you know that this can be a very complex and time consuming trial and error process.

Due to the complexity and time it takes to set up security, customers often end up going live with all users as Super users, which means they have full access to all data in NAV. Not until the auditors knock on the door and require tighter security, or the company experiences data loss or damage because users unintentionally changed or deleted data, do they start the process of tying down security.

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Electronic Payments & Positive Pay – How Much Easier Can It Get?

Posted by: Jenny Hollingsworth

Electronic Payments & Positive Pay – How Much Easier Can It Get?

Have you ever wondered what Dynamics NAV’s Bank Data Conversion Services is all about? Or how to setup & export electronic payments and positive pay files?

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Can I afford to take MORE time away from the office?

Posted by: Tom Doran

 

As summer comes to a close and I look at my fall schedule, I have a conundrum.  See, I had a great summer.  I went to Boy Scout camp with my son, my family and I moved into our new home, and had an awesome first concert with my kids watching Jimmy Buffet. 

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2017 Mid-Year Sales Tax Changes

Posted by: Avalara

Dealing with change is standard operating procedure for many companies: employees leave and are hired; new products are introduced and old ones phased out; there are booms, and there are busts. On top of all that, companies need to account for sales and use tax changes. Significant changes in rates, regulations, and product taxability often take effect July 1, which is the start of a new fiscal year in all but a few states.

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Are you struggling with your approval process?

Posted by: Kevin Fons

Workflow User Groups will help you streamline your approval process and make sure nothing gets missed!  Microsoft Dynamics NAV Workflow User Groups is a list of users authorized to approve requests generated by business rules you define. 

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AP Automation out of the Box?  Yes - with Dynamics NAV and D365 for Financials!

Posted by: Robert Monio

Robert Monio - Director, OEM Sales and Alliances - Kofax

 

Packed with a plethora of enhancements and new features, Microsoft Dynamics NAV2016 hit the 

market in October of 2015 to a very receptive partner and customer audience. Leveraging significant feedback from NAV customers around the world, Microsoft’s enhancements included

the delivery of an out-of-the-box solution for Accounts Payable processing. Read More

4 Signs your growing business needs to rethink sales tax

Posted by: Avalara

What’s new with your business? If it’s any of the below, then congratulations are undoubtedly in order. And, while we certainly don’t want to put a damper on the wrap party for your latest launch, we do want to pipe in with a quick tax-wise nugget: New business growth often leads to new sales and use tax obligations.

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