Business Central cloud-based ERP

Don’t play games with your data

Remember the game Telephone you probably played when you were a kid? You’d sit in a line and whisper a sentence to the person next to you. They then whispered it to the person next to them. By the end, the message was garbled beyond recognition, and everyone laughed themselves silly. Garbled data may be fun when you’re playing Telephone, …

Are your sales and marketing tools aligned?

Sales and marketing alignment: Are your ducks in a row?

By now you’ve put together your 2020 IT budget, prioritized your infrastructure needs for this year, and assembled your technology roadmap. But ask yourself one important question: Are your CRM tools aligned with your marketing automation and sales processes? Sales and marketing: 1 + 1 = 3 Customer relationship management (CRM) software is a great sales tool for identifying new …

‘Tis the season: PSL, pigskin and planning for 2020

‘Tis the season: pumpkin spice latte, fantasy football…and budgeting for the new fiscal year. We’ve entered that window of time when CIOs and CTOs create their 2020 IT wish lists, only to quickly realize their IT needs far outweigh their IT wants. Sound familiar? If you’re juggling competing priorities and limited resources, you’re not alone. Anticipating your company’s tech needs …

Strengthen your organization, communications through Teams

When communicating with your colleagues, do you use: Email? Instant messaging? Text messages? Smoke signals? Passive-aggressive sticky notes? From the legendary “Office Space” TPS report scene to the fire drill episode of NBC’s The Office, we’ve learned the importance of communication in the workplace. While email and instant messaging can be effective forms of communication, it can be tough to …

Custom Application Development and development innovations

Custom software development is the development of software applications tailored to meet the needs of a business. That development process including everything from designing and building to deploying and maintaining software that’s meant for a specific set of users, a set of business functions or organizations. Unlike commercial off-the-shelf software (COTS)—which often targets a broader set of requirements to be …