16 Apr

2013

Understanding Microsoft Dynamics NAV Account Schedules

Account Schedules within Microsoft Dynamics NAV are used to allow for the analysis of your Chart of Accounts by Dimension. In a previous EBS blog post we discussed how Dimensions can be used for recording information relevant to the business with Read More

25 Mar

2013

Understanding Microsoft Dynamics NAV Dimensions

The simplest explanation of Dimensions within Microsoft Dynamics NAV would be to call them the slice and dice ability within NAV. Dimensions are what allow you to report on the data within the system, in a way that is meaningful to the company.

14 Mar

2013

3 Steps to Implementation Success

RapidStart Services is a new feature of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013. Using RapidStart will lower the cost of standard implementations, shorten deployment times, improve quality of implementation, introduce a repeatable approach to implementations, and enable productivity by automating and simplifying Read More

12 Feb

2013

How to handle Drop Shipments in Microsoft Dynamics NAV

It is becoming much more common for companies to ‘drop ship’ goods, or to take ownership of stock without incurring the overheads of warehousing, transport and logistics, and instead leaving this to the supplier. In a drop ship scenario, the Read More

30 Oct

2012

The Cost of Change

Change is a necessary by-product when implementing an ERP system. The cost of change can be high if not managed effectively.  Project success depends on it. Quite often the decision to change, update or enhance systems is made by management. Read More

2 Oct

2012

4 Types of Super – Which one is right for you?

Since the advent of employee superannuation contributions in 1986 and then ‘choice’ of super in 2005, the superannuation industry has come a long way in terms of the products that are available to individuals.

Typically the Industry Fund is the best option for the ‘set and forget’ type of investor with a small balance.