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Are you outgrowing your Dynamics GP software or your GP Partner?

The new world of Microsoft Dynamics 365 requires a different type of skillset and partner for GP customers.

 

TurnOnDynamics offers strategic assistance and world class implementation services for Dynamics GP customers in a Microsoft Dynamics 365 world.

 

We are a Microsoft Dynamics AX, Dynamics NAV, Dynamics GP and Dynamics 365 full-service partner for and we have expertise in cloud, on premise and hybrid scenarios.

 

With a focus on complex implementations and specialized skills in the manufacturing and distribution industries we have extensive experience successfully guiding Dynamics GP customers that have outgrown their partner or their software.

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The advent of the Dynamics 365 product line fundamentally changes the business landscape for Dynamics GP (formerly Great Plains) clients and partners alike. This change will create opportunities for select customers and partners to benefit from the Dynamics 365 product line, but I believe that there...

Sitting back and trying to understand the details behind Microsoft’s Dynamics Office 365 announcement.   With all the money and resources at their fingertips Microsoft gets one critical thing wrong in their Dynamics Office 365 strategy. My guess is that once again love of technology and/or a...

Why do sophisticated ERP projects require an “ERP Architect”? And why are ERP Architects the difference between sitting at the starting gate of the Kentucky Derby on either Secretariat or on a camel? Think about your current ERP implementation or any other that you have been...

Does it? I bet it does! A lot. How do I know? Experience. Nothing adheres to the old adage that “A Camel is a Horse Designed by a Committee” quite like ERP software implementations. The problem typically starts with the RFP. Or as I liked to call it in a...