Five Core Features of Microsoft Dynamics GP That Can Trim Expenses During Tough Times

Success in a down economy often comes from a return to the basics. Fortunately, Microsoft Dynamics GP is especially adept at performing the basics.

I have identified five money-saving techniques that can be implemented using core features within Dynamics GP's functionality. These suggestions are especially relevant during the current difficult economic times many companies are living through-so important, they can save companies significant expenses. All of these features rely on core functionality already present in your Dynamics GP implementation.


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About Mark Polino

Mark Polino is a Microsoft MVP for Dynamics GP and the Director of Client Services for Fastpath. He is author or coauthor of five books on Microsoft Dynamics GP. Mark has been working with Dynamics GP and its predecessors since 1999. He is a Florida licensed CPA and holds an MBA from Rollins College.

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think about the human factor, too

These are great points. Typically, accounting software decision-makers view accounting solutions as just another chunk of change going out the door. This information demonstrates dramatically how Microsoft Dynamics GP accounting software can help bring money back in the door—particularly during tough economic times. To optimize results, however, also consider the human factor. Make sure your front line accounting crew understands completely what you’re working toward, and get them to buy in completely to the process. Make them understand that their efforts can help make a substantial contribution to the bottom line. And wherever feasible, incentivize these people to work at peak performance. The more involved and rewarded people feel, the more they will give in return. Paul Farrell, CEO, Wizard Productivity Systems LP;