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Microsoft Dynamics GP Texas Countryside implementation

When we are talking about mid-size and complex ERP system implementation for the manufacturing facility in downstate Texas, for example, you should probably expect combination of initial onsite visit for current MRP legacy system analysis, requirements and following up phone interviews to finalize accounting system implementation proposals. Success factors include good coordination with your in-house IT group, especially in coordinating technical and ERP functionality project management. Here we would like to position for you some Microsoft Great Plains highlights:

� Technology. Great Plains Architecture is based initially on Great Plains Software Dexterity platform (Dynamics.Dic, DEX_ROW_ID, Dynamics.Set, Dexterity.Exe � these are all the traces of former strong Dex foundation). Currently Microsoft Dynamics Project (or former name � Microsoft Project Green) is deemphasizing Microsoft Dexterity core and putting more emphasis on .Net (eConnect, XML web services), MS Office (Microsoft Office seamless integration, Microsoft Sharepoint) and MS Business Portal, plus integration with front end such as Microsoft CRM 3.0

� Microsoft Dynamics family of ERP products. Probably it will be ending up with defining the proper niche for each one. More likely Microsoft Dynamics AX will take a giant enterprises niche to compete with Oracle EBusiness Suite and SAP mySAP, and Microsoft Dynamics GP will be good solution for Mid-size enterprises such as discrete manufacturing, field services, non-for-profit, plus wide range of verticals on the US market. Axapta more likely will be localized for the majority of international markets, where it will go down to the mid-size clientele

� Integrations. Being Microsoft SQL Server based ERP applications, Microsoft Dynamics GP enables you to utilize MS SQL Server linked server technology and so implement cross-platform integrations, which is especially important for mid-size and large enterprises with long ERP history and phased approach to legacy ERP evoluition. On the other hand Microsoft Great Plains Integration Manager is capable to cover current and relatively straight forward integrations: to your Retail Management system, integrations with your overseas subsidiary on the GP level, so called consolidation, etc.

Submitted by:

Andrew Karasev

Andrew Karasev, Alba Spectrum Group ( http://www.albaspectrum.com http://www.enterlogix.com.br ), Microsoft Dynamics GP Great Plains partner servicing clients USA nationwide plus locally in Texas: Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Waco, Tyler, Wichita Falls, Plano, San Angelo, Mesquite, Lubbock, Laredo, Irving, Grand Prairie, Fort Worth, El Paso, Corpus Christi, Beaumont, Amarillo, Abilene as well as Chicago, Miami, California and US nation-wide

Alba Spectrum Group: 1-866-528-0577, help@albaspectrum.com


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