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Dynamics NAV Give Me Five Promo is Back! Get 5 Full User Licenses for $4,000 + New Offer on Extended Pack Post by: Pat Lacouture September 18, 2014 | 11:05 AM

Thinking about purchasing new ERP Software?  If so, now may be the perfect time.  For a limited period, Microsoft is offering two promotions on Microsoft Dynamics NAV.  Get the Microsoft Dynamics NAV starter pack and additional 2 licenses for just $4,000, That's a total of 5 full user licenses.  With the Starter Pack your business will get core financials and distribution functionality. Normal pricing is $12,000.

Looking for manufacturing functionalityGet the Starter Pack + The Extended Pack + 4 Full Users for $13,500.  That's 7 full users plus all MS Dynamics NAV functionality! Normal pricing is $22,000.

Act now! This offer expires 12/24/2014. For more information on Microsoft Dynamics NAV, contact us at info@ceservices.com or (508) 983-1990.

Ready for iPhone 6? Check out this Blog Before Selling your Old Phone! Post by: Lynne Hade September 15, 2014 | 10:59 AM


With the release of the new iPhone 6 and 6 plus, a lot of people will be upgrading and selling their phones. However, you most likely have a number of apps that contain personal information. To protect yourself you should de-authenticate apps before getting rid of your current device.

What is de-authentication?

Some apps require that you authenticate your device in order for them to work. Many developers who ask users to authenticate their device do it to either prevent copies of the software from being created and utilized, or to ensure that the device and app can communicate securely.

The main reason many developers require authentication is connected to security. As security is becoming an ever more pressing issue, there is a good chance that we will see more apps asking users to authenticate their devices in the future.

The issue with this is that when you go to sell your device you will likely need to purchase the app again or the buyer of the device won’t be able to set up...

Preparing Your Business for a Sales Tax Audit, Provided by Avalara Post by: Lynne Hade September 2, 2014 | 1:50 PM


The odds that your business will be targeted for a sales tax audit is probably greater than you realize. To make up for budget shortfalls, states are increasing the number of auditors on their payroll and the frequency and volume of audits. Should you find yourself facing an audit, the best offense is a good defense.

Click here to find out how to prepare your business for a sales tax audit.