agile-methodology-trump

In the past two weeks we have seen a slew of controversial executive orders coming from the White House.  It seems with each order there is a major backlash from communities within the US and around the world. People are at the edge of their seats waiting to see how the current orders play out, Read More

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Business Software implementations can be very difficult and bloody.  There are a lot of mistakes that can be made and the path is laden with minefields.  This is true for any business software implementation.  Below I outline the five biggest points, in my opinion, to watch out for.

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As business software consultants, we’re used to working inside the box, designing business processes within the NAV framework, rarely moving to the outside world.  The word integration had a foul smell to it and had to be avoided at all cost. Single database, single software layer and built in application development layer, were the, Read More

Bob Dylan sang “Times they are a changing” and his words could not be more true for the Microsoft ERP sector this year.  We are all anticipating news on Dynamics 365 at the NAV User Group Summit in Tampa tomorrow.  Later this month NAV 2017 will be released and project Madeira is in full, Read More

I, along with the team at iNECTA, are very excited to attend NAV UG Summit this week.  The NAV user group has grown tremendously over the recent years to become the “go to” conference for Dynamics NAV users and partners alike. One of the main things I like about NAV UG is that users, Read More

Cash flow is usually a concern for every business.  Historically, ERP systems haven’t been very good at providing realistic cash flow reports.  The reason is mainly because the computer assumes things happen on the day you predetermine in the system.  For example, if you have an outstanding sales invoice, you’re supposed to get paid, Read More

pursuit-of-perfect-erp-system

When discussing the operational system of a company the conversation usually revolves around how to push the right buttons to get a product in and out of the supply chain.  Every department can detail what they think is the right way of receiving the baton and passing it on. In the countless meetings I’ve, Read More

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In implementing dynamics NAV, I often go through explaining supply and demand. Companies which trade products often do so by managing the supply and demand parameters outside the ERP system. Often the ERP system does not support real planning tools and therefore the staff is forced to come up with alternative ways. In those, Read More

Convergence 2015

Every year Microsoft hosts a conference called Convergence.  It is meant for all of the Dynamics partners and customers.  This year it was held in Atlanta and it did not disappoint.  Roughly around 15.000 people attended.  The audience this year was widened to include also people interested in any Microsoft business related product, such, Read More

Cheese

  The concept of catch weight in ERP is widely used, but often misunderstood. It has become a buzz word for companies specializing in the food industry. They claim they have provided a solution to the problem and they in essential “support” catch weight. But what is catch weight and why is it so, Read More