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
Microsoft Dynamics ERP “The Edge Blog” this week published a good case study demonstrating the new Dynamics NAV 2013. UK company, Poupart Ltd. is one of the first organizations to use Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013. The solution has helped them increase Read More
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.
Recently a client was looking for a way to view a snapshot of their current financial situation in real time. They also wanted to schedule a report for distribution to various board members and they wanted to be able to adjust and Read More
Choice helps SMBs secure long-term value in an uncertain business landscape If you’re like many small and midsize businesses (SMBs) right now, you may be thinking about replacing your company’s business systems in the near future. If so, you may Read More
Choosing the right enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution is an important decision. Your ERP solution is the backbone of your business-and making the right choice can mean the difference between winning against the competition or becoming obsolete. So it’s imperative Read More
Evolution Business Systems talked to Steve Tyshing at Haines Muir Hill, Chartered Accountants and Financial Advisers about his 10 Point Plan for Conducting Your Business Efficiently. BUSINESS EFFICIENCY 1. Stop, Start, Keep survey The concept here is a short staff Read More
EBS talked to Steve Tyshing about the things to consider before June 30. Steve is a Chartered Accountant with over 20 years experience in the profession. With a post graduate degree in Applied Finance, Steve has developed excellent research and Read More
Account Schedules within Microsoft Dynamics NAV are used to allow for the analysis of your Chart of Accounts by Dimension, in the previous blog post we discussed how Dimensions can be used for recording information relevant to the business with transactions, Account schedules now allow us to access and report on this information within the GL
Future Blogs will cover the other areas of the system relating to dimensions (Customers/Items/Vendors…etc) but in this post we will be focusing on the GL Account Schedules
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 Read More