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Receive valuable tips and learn about resources to help get your NAV year-end processes done quickly & painlessly.
Conducted by the TrinSoft Dynamics NAV team.
Date: Tuesday, December 5
Time: 2 p.m. ET
Receive valuable tips and learn about resources to help get your GP year-end processes done quickly & painlessly.
Conducted by the TrinSoft Dynamics GP team.
Date: Thursday, December 7
Source: Dynamics Community
Dynamics NAV 2013 and Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 are reaching the end of mainstream support on January 9, 2018. These products are moving from Mainstream Support into Extended Support over the next year. Extended Support lasts for a minimum of 5 years and includes security updates at no cost. TrinSoft will continue to support these products and encourages you to contact us with any questions you have.
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Did You Hear the One About Being Paper-Free?
excerpt from article by Bob Larrivee on aaim.org
Oh that joke is as old as you can imagine, and I have heard a lot of them. And I have heard “offices will be paper free when (you fill in the blank)”. In fact, I was once one of those people and to an extent still am because it is still true.
Paper is still in the office and our research shows that when it comes to important business information, thirty-four percent of it is still filed and referenced as paper and forty-two percent of respondents say that contracts, orders, and booking forms are still signed on paper.
Rethinking the Intersection of People, Process & Technology
excerpt from article by John Mancini on aiim.org
Organizations have long struggled with the magic “triad” of people, processes and technology. This struggle has remained constant through multiple generations of technology – from paper to microfilm to imaging to document management to enterprise content management.
In order to understand what is coming next for content management, we need a clear understanding of where we’ve been.
Dynamics GP 2018 New Feature Blog Schedule Announced