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By adding nonprofit and public sector accounting capabilities to the forthcoming MBS Great Plains 8.0 release via acquiring a former independent software vendor

the great plains review  On the other hand, the Great Plains Standard edition is based on the same code base as the bigger product, but it features fewer modules and is geared toward businesses with as few as ten or fewer users, to ninety-nine users. General availability for Microsoft Great Plains 8.0 is expected in North America in July 2004. As mentioned earlier on, the above enhancements are in part related to the release of the Microsoft Business Portal (MBP), a web- and role-based portal application for two of MBS's ERP Read More
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Microsoft to Add
Microsoft's Encore acquisition should bring the two former partners' complementary product offerings even closer together and should widen opportunities within

the great plains review  and distribution capabilities of the signature MBS Great Plains product, which ironically has had the weakest distribution capabilities of all the product lines. Thus, in addition to a much-belated native blanket purchase order support, inter-site transfers, and pick/pack/ship workflow functionality, at Stampede 2002 partner conference MBS announced the acquisition of the Myridas Advanced Distribution , Myridas Advanced Picking , and Myridas Available To Promise software modules from its UK-based, ISV Read More
The Technology Choices
In the battle between Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) and the UK-based the Sage Group for the small-to-medium enterprise (SME) market segment, technology

the great plains review  they can spend doing the business of business, not just trying to master technology. To that end, MBS has so far given two of its accounting ERP product lines, Great Plains and Navision , along with Microsoft CRM , the Outlook interface, while Solomon and Axapta are on their way. The vendor is certainly also scoring with the decision of many ISVs to provide a UI as an option on their products without users needing to exit Word or Excel. Also, Microsoft is working on a more independent way to link Office Read More
Microsoft And Great Plains - A Friendship That Turned Into A Marriage
Software giant Microsoft treated itself with a $1.1B Christmas present; it announced an agreement to acquire its long-term partner Great Plains Software, a

the great plains review  Great Plains will become the Great Plains Division, reporting jointly to Jeff Raikes, Microsoft Group Vice President, Productivity and Business Services group, and David Vaskevitch, Senior Vice President, Business Application Division. The Great Plains Division will continue to develop, market and support its award-winning business management solutions. Down the road, the division is envisioned to provide new capabilities that complement Microsoft's online service for small companies, bCentral . Read More
How Great Is Great Plains' Manufacturing Offering (Did Somebody Say Microsoft)?
Great Plains informed us during its Convergence 2001 annual user conference about its initial strides into the discrete manufacturing market. The following is

the great plains review  Great Plains' strategy in the past. Great Plains has impressively delivered on its projection from almost two years ago when it indicated that front-office applications (through the alliance with Siebel Systems ) and e-commerce were two strategic areas of focus for the future. The company has even gone a mile further by putting together a comprehensive product offering that includes supply chain management (through the alliance with Logility ). Consequently, Great Plains has indeed made great noise and Read More
The Linux Box
The Linux Box is a project management and consulting practice, specializing in open source technology and the Linux platform. The company helps its customers

the great plains review  Linux Box The Linux Box is a project management and consulting practice, specializing in open source technology and the Linux platform. The company helps its customers assess, select, customize, and deploy best-of-breed open source solutions. The Linux Box concentrates on knowledge transfer and training, applications development and porting, and network support services. The Linux Box was formed in 1999 and is headquartered in Michigan, USA. Read More
Collateral Damage: What the Crisis in the Credit Markets Means for Everyone Else
Given the dramatic events in the capital markets, everyone is wondering what will happen next@and what the implications are for the wider economy. Learn about

the great plains review  Damage: What the Crisis in the Credit Markets Means for Everyone Else Given the dramatic events in the capital markets, everyone is wondering what will happen next—and what the implications are for the wider economy. Learn about the crisis both in the capital markets and the wider economy; explore likely future economic scenarios and the challenges facing companies outside the financial sector—and discover the actions your company should take in order to respond to these challenges. Read More
Solving the Brain Drain of the Nuclear Industry
Knowledge management requires a platform that identifies all data associated with business processes@and the people that participate in or have responsibility

the great plains review  the Brain Drain of the Nuclear Industry Knowledge management requires a platform that identifies all data associated with business processes—and the people that participate in or have responsibility for them. A true enterprise information management platform helps capture knowledge: it captures tacit knowledge as workers perform daily tasks and converts it to actionable knowledge items. Learn how knowledge management is vital to the nuclear industry. Read More
Performance-Driven Learning: Putting the Horse Before the Cart to Lead Organizational Growth
In successful organizations today, putting the “horse before the cart” means performance must drive development goals and learning priorities—not the other way

the great plains review  Driven Learning: Putting the Horse Before the Cart to Lead Organizational Growth In successful organizations today, putting the “horse before the cart” means performance must drive development goals and learning priorities—not the other way around or one without the other. Learning management should be less about coordinating resources and serving up just-in-time courses, and more about how worker development is intrinsically a part of a larger organizational development process to impact Read More
The Power of Cloud ERP on the Food Processing Plant Floor
For food processing companies, a comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution offers a clear view of what is happening on the plant floor so they

the great plains review  of Cloud ERP on the Food Processing Plant Floor For food processing companies, a comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution offers a clear view of what is happening on the plant floor so they can track complete genealogies. Real-time data and flexible barcode functions enable efficiencies and productivity improvements. Download this white paper to learn more about the value of using a cloud/software-as-a-service (SaaS) ERP system on the food processing plant floor. Read More
The Role of the Wholesale Distributor in the Supply Chain
The future of wholesale distribution isn't entirely clear, says Robert Eastman, senior analyst, supply chain management, Technology Evaluation Centers. However,

the great plains review  Role of the Wholesale Distributor in the Supply Chain The future of wholesale distribution isn't entirely clear, says Robert Eastman, senior analyst, supply chain management, Technology Evaluation Centers. However, distributors will continue to be a vital part of the economy. Robert Eastman was interviewed by SupplyChainBrain at the TEC Vendor Challenge in September 2013. Read More
The Superstar CFO: After the Crisis
In 2007, CFO Research Services published The Superstar CFO, a study documenting the attributes of highly successful chief financial officers (CFOs). Since then,

the great plains review  Superstar CFO: After the Crisis In 2007, CFO Research Services published The Superstar CFO, a study documenting the attributes of highly successful chief financial officers (CFOs). Since then, the world has been shaken by financial, political, and natural upheavals that have altered the economic landscape. This report explores how these changes may be affecting companies’ efforts to transform corporate finance into a value-added partner to the business. Read More
The Role of PIM and PLM in the Product Information Supply Chain: Where is Your Link?
Diverse groups have been discussing PIM from the perspective of data synchronization and syndication, product lifecycle management (PLM), and enterprise

the great plains review  PIM and PLM in the Product Information Supply Chain: Where is Your Link? Introduction By now, most of us understand the concept of the supply chain. This is the conceptual representation of product movement from raw material through manufacturing and distribution to the consumer. It's a problem that we've been working on for years and it is critical that we get it right. Just as important, but not as evolved, is the product information supply chain where information moves from raw product data through Read More
The Undocumented Layers of the OSI Model and Their Impact on Security
The biggest threat to data security doesn’t come from hackers, misconfigured firewalls, missing patches, or negligent employees. Nor is it in the application

the great plains review  Undocumented Layers of the OSI Model and Their Impact on Security The biggest threat to data security doesn’t come from hackers, misconfigured firewalls, missing patches, or negligent employees. Nor is it in the application layer of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Basic Model. Instead, there are three undocumented layers of the OSI Model that exert a huge influence on security decisions and the integrity of security programs. Learn about those layers and how to manage the threat. Read More

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