With the constant developments in IT, it’s difficult for small to medium-sized business owners to keep up with the latest technology. By using Managed Services, not only are you up to date, you also are free to focus on the aspects of your business that bring in more income.
We define Managed Services as the outsourced monitoring and day-to-day support of IT by personnel who specialize in IT and understand how you use it. Managed Services programs may also include hardware, software, applications or strategic IT planning to improve effectiveness and operations of the business. While large corporations regularly choose a Managed Services solution, many owners of small and medium-sized businesses are still hesitant to go this route. Here are some reasons Managed Services can benefit all sizes and types of business:
1. IT is an integral part of most businesses.
Especially in recent years, the business world has become increasingly dependent on IT. Almost all businesses rely on some sort of technology. With this increased use of IT comes an increase in problems and outages – and even loss of data – all of which result in loss of...
Thinking about purchasing new ERP Software? If so, now may be the perfect time. For a limited period, Microsoft is offering the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 starter pack and additional 2 licenses for just $5,000, That's a total of 5 full user licenses. With the starter pack your business will get core financials and distribution functionality.
Looking for manufacturing functionality? The extended pack is available for $10,000.
Below is just some of the functionality included in the starter pack. For a comprehensive list of functionality for the starter and extended pack, go to our Microsoft Dynamics NAV page and download the NAV 2013 Product Capability Guide.
Starter Pack Functionality:
Basic General Ledger
Basic Fixed Assets
Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a complete and comprehensive ERP Software Solution. Out of the box it satisfies the majority of your business needs such as Financials, Customer Relationship Management, Human Resources, Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing functions and Warehouse Management.
However, business needs do change. For example you may be a discrete manufacturing business that has a new division which uses process manufacturing. That’s where add-ons come in. Microsoft Dynamics NAV add-ons support specific vertical or niche industries and offer tools that address unique business and industry requirements. There’s no need to invest in a whole new ERP system, just invest in the add-on. For employees already trained on NAV the transition is seamless because NAV functionality is inherited with the add-on.
Add-on solutions are developed and distributed by Microsoft Partners worldwide network. The Microsoft Dynamics NAV channel offers over 100 Microsoft Certified for Dynamics NAV Add-on industry solutions. What this means is that...0 Comments