As a small business starts to grow, organization and business management become major factors when making everyday business decisions. Resource management quickly turns into insight into new business opportunities but sometimes developing small businesses don’t have the resources to catch-up with their growth. Microsoft Dynamics is currently running a Business Challenge where they looking for three worthy businesses who are trying to gain more control over their growing companies with a giveaway of $45,000 toward new ERP software and implementation services.
In order to be considered for this giveaway you need to make a short video explaining how Microsoft Dynamics ERP could positively transform your business operations and increase your potential for future success. Once your video is complete, upload your video to the “Win To Grow” website and share it with as many friends and colleagues as possible to help you receive the most votes. There are currently only 4 videos uploaded so odds are in your favor! Three companies will then be awarded $45,000 toward their ERP systems. This money will be put toward licenses for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, or Microsoft Dynamics SL 2013 and implementation services from a Microsoft Dynamics Partner. If this is something that interests you please read the full Terms & Conditions and upload your video today! This contest closes February 15th 2013. Be sure to post your video entry in our comments so we can vote for your business!
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As we continue to share integration information via our Blog, I thought I would highlight one of our most popular posts from the past : http://www.ebridgeconnections.com/blog/how-does-edi-work/
Let us know if you have questions regarding your EDI? Leave comments below and we will respond.
We just received a tip from Accolade Publications detailing some important expiration dates for support from Microsoft for both MS Dynamics GP and SQL products. If you are using any of the products mentioned below, we recommend looking into an upgrade as soon as possible.
Important Dates for Microsoft Support Expiration
Microsoft only supports the most recent two versions of most of their software products. This includes not only MS Dynamics GP but also tools like MS SQL. Here are some support expiration dates of interest. If you are on any of these versions (or earlier) you should contact your partner and schedule updates.
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In case you haven’t heard yet, support for Microsoft Dynamics GP 8.0 will end October 13, 2009 (previously October 9, 2007). Microsoft will provide a 2007 year-end regulatory and tax update. (Tax updates for U.S. and Canadian payroll will be provided through October 31, 2008.) No additional tax or regulatory updates will be provided for 2008 year end and also for 2009.
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Microsoft announced the dates and location of Microsoft Convergence 2010. It will be held in Atlanta Georgia from April 25 – 28, 2010. For more information check out the MS Convergence homepage
Microsoft has decided to cancel the Convergence 2009 event in Vienna. The event is geared towards the EMEA markets. They will be replacing the annual conference ,which sees an attendance of roughly 4000 people, with numerous local events. You can read more about it on the Microsoft Convergence homepage.