Microsoft Dynamics GP Gold Partner Receives Consummate Recognition!

Var 100 2016Accountnet Inc., a leading consulting firm and provider of cloud-based financial management solutions, announced that it has been named to Accounting Today’s VAR 100 List for 2016. Accounting Today magazine is the leading provider of online business news for the tax and accounting community, offering breaking news, in-depth features, insightful editorial analysis, and a host of web-related resources and services. Each year, the publication releases its VAR 100 list, ranking the top 100 accounting software resellers.

Manhattan’s top Microsoft VAR, Accountnet is an authorized “Gold Certified” member for Microsoft Dynamics (highest member) and is actively involved with the International Association of Microsoft Certified Partners (IAMCP). The new Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) accreditations are much more stringent than the previous Microsoft Gold Partner status accreditations and promise to better represent organizations that have demonstrated the highest, most consistent capability and commitment within a specific business solution area, such as the cloud. Accountnet’s Silver Cloud Solution Provider competency is unsurpassed. Additionally, in recognition of our industry leadership and successful engagements with customers, Accountnet was recently nominated and selected to be a part of Microsoft’s Power BI Red Carpet Program. This is an invitation-only program for Microsoft’s partners that play an important part in the growth of Microsoft Power BI. 

Microsoft Power BI leverages the cloud, Excel, and Office 365 to allow business users to analyze and visualize data using self-service.

The Power BI Red Carpet Program gives Accountnet special support services, including access to Microsoft services and offers related to Power BI. Using these services and offers, we can serve customers of all sizes in meeting their analysis needs by helping them understand their data and visualize it beyond reports and interactive charts, thereby helping them make faster and more accurate business decisions.

In just the past five years, this Wall Street-based company established itself as the Microsoft Financial Application specialist for cloud-based financial management solutions, as well as a leading provider of Midsized to Enterprise Work Flow and Approval solutions and turnkey Extended Relationship Analysis (ERA) processing of Chart of Accounts with Currency Tracking (COA+C). Accountnet’s partnership with Microsoft, the industry-leading best-in-class cloud accounting ERP for mid-market companies, is reviewed by organizations and firms daily and continues to follow a road map as more and more businesses move their financials to the cloud, taking advantage of powerful automation, insight, and performance.

Accountnet has also been named to the Bob Scott’s Insights Top 100 VARs for 2016. The Top 100 resellers are chosen from organizations specializing in the sale and implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and accounting software. “We want to congratulate this year’s class of Bob Scott’s Top 100 VARs,” said Bob Scott, executive editor of Bob Scott’s Insights. “This selection represents recognition of leaders in this important field.”

“We’re very proud of our continued success and we’re excited to make the VAR 100 list,” said John C. Peace, COO of Accountnet. “I feel that our mixture of accountability and a consultative approach dedicated to customer success and satisfaction, especially with our commitment to Microsoft Technology, fosters more long-term relationships with clients.”

If you are evaluating accounting software, or looking for Dynamics GP or SL support and training, contact Accountnet at 212-244-9009, visit our website, or follow us on twitter @DynamicsNewYork.

 

Accountnet Inc Receives 2015 Best of Manhattan Award And Accounting Today Magazine Top 100 VAR

Accountnet Inc. has been selected for the 2015 Best of Manhattan Award in the Computer Software category by the Manhattan Award Program. Each year, the Manhattan Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Manhattan area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2015 Manhattan Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Manhattan Award Program and data provided by third parties.

About Manhattan Award Program

The Manhattan Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Manhattan area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

Accounting Today Magazine Top 100 VAR

Accountnet, Inc., an ERP provider and ERP consulting and development company announced today that it has been named to Accounting Today’s 2015 VAR 100 List for excellence and growth in the ERP industry. Each year, Accounting Today Magazine develops a special report featuring an exclusive list of companies from the extensive network of ERP VARS. The companies listed are recognized for their expertise in aiding customers through the ERP selection and ERP implementation process.

“We’re honored to be named to Accounting Today’s VAR 100 list again this year,” said John C Peace, COO. “We’re thrilled to consistently appear on the list due to our team’s hard work and customer-centric attitude continue to set Accountnet apart as an industry leader.”

Each year, the prestigious report not only ranks the top ERP VARs, but also examines the current trends and topics in the industry. This year, the report covered the challenges and opportunities faced by companies in the industry and discussed the increasing emergence and growing popularity of cloud ERP systems.

Accountnet, Inc. Named a Top 100 VAR for 2013

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Accountnet, Inc. has been named a Top 100 VAR for 2013 by Bob Scott’s Insights. The Top 100 are chosen from organizations specializing in the sale and implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and accounting software. The selection is based on annual revenue generated by each reseller. A special report that includes names of the organizations selected for this year’s Top 100 list, ranked by revenue, is downloadable at http://www.bobscottsinsights.com.

 

“We want to congratulate this year’s class of Bob Scott’s Top 100 VARs,” said Bob Scott, executive editor of Bob Scott’s Insights. Bob has covered this market for 22 years through print and electronic publications, first as technology editor of Accounting Today and then as the Editor of Accounting Technology from 1997 through 2009. He has covered the traditional tax and accounting profession during the same time, and has continued to address that market as executive editor of the Progressive Accountant since 2009. He has been informing and entertaining the mid-market financial software community via his email newsletters for 14 years, and has published this information via the Bob Scott’s Insights newsletter and website since 2009.

 

Acccountnet, Inc. reached the Top 100 by building customer relationships and customizing software solutions to meet the needs of  each client. To quote COO John C. Peace, “We have always stressed a consultative approach versus a ‘quick sales’ approach for existing customers as well as new clients. Instead of pushing a hard-sell approach, we get to know prospects and customers first so we can map out a solution customized to each business. The sales process takes longer, but we believe in the long run it leads to more relationships, mutual satisfaction between our firm and our clients, and trust.”

 

 

 

 

Microsoft Dynamics – Non Profit event NYC

On May 17, 2012, Accountnet, Inc. hosted “Addressing Nonprofit Challenges in 2012 and Beyond” at Microsoft’s New York City Customer Briefing Center.

Microsoft Corporation
1290 Avenue of the Americas, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10104

Topics included –

  • Is your organization proactive or reactive to needed internal changes due to external challenges?
  • Are your systems enabling your organization or holding you back from being on top of the financial and operational data you need to compete?

Here’s How the Experts Saw it –

Featured at the event were Anne-Claire McAllister, President of Accountnet, Inc. and Leigh Tucker, Managing Director at Accounting Management Solutions, Inc., about their strategies working with nonprofit organizations like yours to successfully compete — and manage the CHANGE AHEAD.

Seats were first come, first serve that day!

Times are tough for nonprofits right now, according to the Wall Street Journal:  “Hit by a drop in donations and government funding in the wake of a deep recession, nonprofits – from arts councils to food banks – are undergoing a painful restructuring, including mergers, acquisitions, collaborations, cutbacks and closings.”

Groups were also formed, termed Non Profit Executive Roundtable:

Where Accountnet asked the question:  how to address the Nonprofit Challenges in 2012 and Beyond?

The session enabled innovative strategies to help you sustain and grow your organization in a time of CHANGE.

Contact Accountnet, Inc. today!

Comments or questions are welcome.

Referrals are always appreciated!

When to Upgrade to a New Accounting System

When first starting out, most organizations begin with relatively basic accounting software for nonprofits, with many specifically choosing QuickBooks.  As your nonprofit grows and expands, it may face a number of challenges as you hit the limits of accounting functionality inherent in particular accounting packages.

Some software is simply not designed to provide specific financial management capabilities.  For example, some growing organizations may require increased visibility into financial and operational performance, such as automating key processes.  Others may not provide universal access, support multiple locations and integrate with other critical applications.

So, as a nonprofit organization, how do you know when it is the right time to upgrade to more robust accounting software?  Which software options should you consider, and furthermore, how do you know if a new system is worth the investment?  Overall, you need to understand the hidden costs of your current system and be able to identify the need for additional productivity before you can make the decision about whether or not to upgrade.

The Hidden Cost of Your Current System

Growing organizations that continue to use basic accounting software may find that they are spending an increasing amount of time doing work outside of their accounting system.  This scenario impacts organizations whose operational requirements outpace what their system can manage.  For example, organizations with sophisticated accounting requirements, such as a grant tracking and purchase order tracking, often find the need to develop “work-arounds” because their system, including Microsoft Excel, a legacy software product, or both, doesn’t provide built-in capabilities for these complex processes.  Work-arounds can lead to duplicate entry errors or reports based on incorrect or stale data, and fixing these errors consumes additional time and resources.

These inefficiencies and work-arounds impair day-to-day business operations, yet over time often become part of the overall process.  Using an antiquated system does not immediate impact an organization’s cash outlay, so it often seems as if doing nothing is the most cost-effective option.  However, organizations can incur a broad range of hidden costs, the largest of which is employee time.  Nonprofit organizations are typically very lean, functioning with the limited staff members, many of whom wear many different hats.  With a limited amount of employee bandwidth, organizations need to employ efficient processes in place to maximize employee output.

Identifying a Need for Increased Productivity

While it is clear that work-arounds can slow down an organization’s operations, some basic accounting software is perfectly adequate for certain organizations.  There are nonprofits that have and will only ever need to use QuickBooks, for example.  However, basic accounting software and legacy software systems are not designed for growing organizations that need additional functionality to manage sophisticated processes.  To properly plan and forecast, organizations need to budget for technology changes.  For example, growing organizations should not be limited to manual reporting, using Microsoft Excel.  Microsoft Excel and legacy software limitations drive the need for most organizations to eventually graduate to a more robust system.  Organizations want flexible reporting with built-in multidimensional architecture that delivers accurate and timely reports with relevant insights into data.

Is it time to upgrade?

Leading applications enable organizations to easily assemble systems that provide them with the flexibility and information they need.  When considering an upgrade, many organizations conclude that it is smarter to keep their current system.  However, some systems can be extremely cost effective as the time they save an organization is well worth the monetary cost.

 

Accountnet, Inc., Named Prestigious 2011 Top Technology Pacesetter by Accounting Today Magazine

Accountnet, Inc., Further Distinguishes Itself by Earning the Top Spot on the Prestigious List

“We are proud of our talented team and thankful for our loyal clients, who have enabled us to be ranked among such a prestigious group of firms.”

New York – Accounting Today, a leading provider of online business news to the tax and accounting community, has selected Accountnet, Inc. (ANI), as a Top Technology Pacesetter for a fifth consecutive year.  ANI, a leading provider of Microsoft ERP and cloud solutions, is featured in the November 2011 issue of Accounting Today.

We provide implementation, training and consultation services in the metro New York area for small, midsize and corporate businesses, using business enterprise applications.  Supporting business intelligence solutions and specializing in on-premise and cloud ERP and procurement, inlcuding Microsoft Dynamics and Acumatica enterprise resource planning, ANI helps leading organizations across such industries as healthcare, professional services and financial services, as well as not-for-profits, get to market faster and achieve continued success.

The Pacesetters are firms chosen from organizations that center their practices on the sale and implementation of midmarket accounting software.  The small list of firms is selected from businesses that participate in an annual survey.  Out of the thousands of companies and firms that compete in this market, these organizations own the lion’s share of the business.  The names of the selected few appear in “Pacesetters:  Moving in New Directions,” an article within Accounting Today’s online issue.

Accounting Today‘s Top Technology Pacesetters comprise top accounting and ERP software resellers throughout the country,” says Seth Feinberg, technology editor of Accounting Today.  “It has been an exceptionally challenging few years, and this select group represents those in the world of accounting software resellers that are truly ahead of the pack; we are pleased to honor them in this special report.”

“Accountnet is committed to investigating in the Cloud and providing new accounting and reporting functionability to help our clients optimize their Dynamics systems,” says Anne-Claire McAllister, president of Accountnet.  “We are proud of our talented team and thankful for our loyal clients who have enabled us to be ranked among such a prestigious group of firms.”

About Accountnet
The depth and scope of Accountnet’s corporate practice stem from the diverse experience of our consulting team members, who have more than 50 cumulative years of technical consulting experience, CFO-level expertise, accounting experience and technical service.  Whether it’s facilitating presales or providing ongoing support for long-term public and private companies throught the metro New York area, the firm takes a consultancy approach foremost.  Accountnet also sells the Dynamics software to financial and governmental entities, including high-technology companies.  Organizations have relied on our advice to compete effectively in a global business environment.  Our mission is to provide A-level service to everyone in the organization, from the accounts payable team to the CFO and management.  We target organizations and create clear road maps during the implementation process.  Our practice is built on more than trust and includes accounting and technical considerations and coordination of a big-picture view of the customer as a whole.  We emphasize customer training to allow customers to be in the driver’s seat and to foster self-sufficiency with their systems.  We also find a new technological changes and web based solutions that can enhance end users’ lives, whether they work from home or at the office.

www.accountnet.com     212-Dynamics

Accountability 2011

Missed the Accountnet Dynamics User Group Conference?

September 22, 2011 – By Accountnet, Inc. at Microsoft’s Customer Briefing Center.

Thank you to all our customers, sponsors, and special guests who made Accountability 2011 such a remarkable event.

Please find below notes from Accountability 2011:

We have two overarching goals:  to enable the maximum long-term benefits from the Microsoft Dynamics investment already made and to introduce other software programs to extend the existing Dynamics solution.

The following products were introduced:

Management Reporter Demonstration (Microsoft’s replacement for FRx) – Create boardroom-quality reports without IT assistance, use enhanced XBRL capabilities to get updated instance documents simply by changing a date, and take advantage of secure report distribution and storage through the centralized Report Library.  There is also a conversion tool to migrate your FRx reports.  Please request the powerpoint presentation by clicking on this link http://www.accountnet.com/contact-us/

ReQlogic – ReQlogic is 100% web-enabled and allows for a workflow of approvals to be set up for requisitions, AP invoices, and expense reports specifically designed for Microsoft Dynamics GP and SL.  ReQlogic reads the Dynamics database for vendor and inventory information during data entry and then automatically creates purchase orders and payables vouchers in Dynamics, all with the proper vendor and account coding identified once the proper workflow has been completed.  ReQlogic keeps a history of the approved document’s workflow and any scanned images or attached documents.

The following products were mentioned:

FIDO (SL) (The Data Retriever) – This data mining analyzer for SL is available through a browser.

ImageLink (GP & SL) – ImageLink provides document management for Microsoft Dynamics.  Scan documents to the network or attach documents to application screens, and then all users – both Dynamics users and non-Dynamics users – can view the scanned documents.

Scribe (GP & SL) – Scribe enables unattended integration of your Dynamics system with any number of software applications.

The following current Microsoft Promotions were discussed or demonstrated:

F9 Version 5 (GP & SL) – F9 is an easy-to-use financial reporting tool that dynamically links general ledger (GL) data to Microsoft Excel and is available for Dynamics.  F9 leverages spreadsheets’ value by delivering your GL data directly to Excel through a dynamic link to the most current information, with no exports or manual entries required.

eBanking (GP & SL) – Positive Pay (Safe Pay) and ACH processing.

Advanced Bank Reconciliation (GP) (demonstration)

Microsoft Professional Tools (GP & SL) – Change and/or merge chart of account IDs, account/subaccount segments, and vendor and customer IDs.  The current promotion is 15% off three tools, for a total price of $1,700.  Valid until December 20, 2011.  Contact Accountnet for a full list of Professional Tools available for your Dynamics product.

Light User (new versions only) – Purchase Light User for $195 per user.  Allows for view only access to accounting data without signing into Dynamics.

License Model Transition – Add modules without having to increase the annual Microsoft support plan cost.

Special Microsoft Referral Campaign – If you refer Microsoft Dynamics prospects to Accountnet and they purchase a product, you receive AMEX rewards gift cards.

A growing number of Dynamics users want to extend and integrate other systems with the core Dynamics system.  SQL Server Reporting Services training is availalbe, as are CPE credits for Management Reporter and FRx.

Mainstream Microsoft Dynamics Support – Mainstream support for GP 10.0 expires 10/9/2012.  Mainstream support for SL 7.0 expires 10/19/2012.  The latest enhancements in the new version releases help users save time and money.  Contact Accountnet to schedule a free upgrade planning meeting today!

For more information, contact support@accountnet.com or http://www.accountnet.com/contact-us/

Best wishes from all the Accountnet Team members.  Thank you again for all your interest!

 

Solution Oriented Focus Approach to Adding Customers

Featured in Accounting Today, February 2011

 

Solution oriented focus approach to adding customers

A business solution implementation is a process where there is a goal orientated team approach – the end user at the client site and the implementation group for set up services. But it all needs to begin with a vision from the end user- not just for the future, but they must begin to plan out the roadmap to achieve their vision. The implementation team usually creates a project plan with achievable phases and goals. Separately from the vision, when viewing the entire solution, a technology agreement with proper expectations needs to be established to enable who is going to be responsible for getting the right moving parts to align together. All needs have to be mapped out including – licensing, updates, departments and location(s), account coding and timeframe. Everyone involved must consider holiday, vacations and any other internal or external projects.

The key to the success of the project, is to continually focus on the when, whom and why the solution is being set-up as this big change will be occurring soon. The time of the year is most important for the client’s success, whereas top managers enable their time frame and goals achievable for all. Some of those goals that coincide with timeframe are specific project and overall organizational needs. A successful business solution implementation begins with implementation methodology and realistic expectations that are set and managed throughout. For the implementation team, managing this change on schedule with success comes from experience. The end user chose that this experience will take them through beginning of the project through completion. Especially when multiple departments and various locations are involved and as more change occurs, trust plays an important part for the ongoing relationship for current and future projects.

Based on experience, here are several phases in the successful implementation of a new accounting system. At Accountnet, we call this our FORWARD methodology.

A. Review: “Analyze and Plan”- The first step is to conduct a thorough review of your organization’s requirements and processes, to identify what is working well and which aspects of the organization need improvement and or refinement. These requirements or goals should then be mapped into a project plan, becoming the driving forces behind your implementation.

B. Set-up: “Design and Develop”- Using the project plan produced in the Analysis phase, design your proposed new accounting system. Accountability is the process for all involved; adhering to the timeframe and structure the plans to be agreeable for all. Remember to be respective of everyone’s time. Anticipate other changes, and make the adjustments within budgetary plans.

C. Confirmation: “Training and testing” – Building on the test system and or utilizing data migrated from the legacy system. This step involves teaching end users the best practices and procedures for the new accounting system, insuring that any changes are worked out and verifying the maximum benefits are obtained. After the results of this testing and training period are reviewed and any corrections are applied, management should sign off on the new system (verifying that the work to date has been accepted).

D. Implementation: “Go live” – Working from the procedures developed in the Set-up and Confirmation Phases, the next phase is the completion of the final version of the new system (beginning with opening balances if not migrating data). At this point, the implementation team’s full resources are on-site and the team is ready to make the final transition to the new system.

E. Post implementation Support – After the successful launch of your new system, it is essential to provide or receive ongoing support. Online training, phone support and what’s new training sessions are examples of initiatives that can prove useful. It is also important to update the system regularly and proactively providing any training needed as a result of any changes.

Some of these core functions are ongoing activities, but are not limited to and must incorporate these following components for a successful implementation:

Software and Systems Support – Before the project proceeds, a thorough review of the existing infrastructure – an Accounting Technical Review (ATR) – must be completed. Software and systems support is ongoing and a recurring review of the current systems infrastructure ensures that the data (and any analysis of it) is delivered in an optimal fashion. Software and systems support also enables an opportunity to make specific recommendations for ongoing improvements to the hardware and software infrastructure.

Consulting Services – Get external consulting assistance as needed for any aspects of the internal review. This includes an Extended Relationship Analysis (ERA) and an ATR. Other consulting services include recommendations for best practices, details on the delivery of training and procedures, maintenance if testing, production and disaster recovery environments, and development of custom reports. A complete examination of your organizational environment may identify additional opportunities for improvements. Communication is everything.

Project Management – All aspects of the implementation must be tracked by the project manager, whose responsibilities include task assignments, resource availability, project documentation, budget and timeline oversight, and communication among the project’s team members.

It is so important that a company’s implementation team trust and communicate well with their ERP consultant team during the implementation process that we encourage our prospects to meet our proposed consulting team during the pre-sales process. This then helps to determine if the personalities involved with the project will work well together.

The depth and scope of Accountnet’s corporate practice stem from the diverse experience of our consulting team, whom has more than 50 cumulative years of technical consulting, CFO-level expertise, accounting experience and service delivery. We are a consulting firm that also provides software sales solutions around ERP, procurement, distribution and budgeting with the latest technology and cloud solutions to fortune 1000 and other midsized companies. Organizations have relied on our advice to compete effectively in a global business environment. In some cases, the software is not discussed until the software needs are thoroughly reviewed. Our mission is to provide A-level service to everyone in the organization, from the accounts payable team to the CFO and upper management.

Accountnet, Inc. is based in Midtown Manhattan, New York City and supports the Metro N.Y. Area with several remote offices including Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Stamford and Halifax. Hundreds of nonprofit, finance, technology, government, healthcare and business services use Accountnet to help enable and realize their goal of a complete ERP solution in a streamlined and definitive fashion. John C. Peace is COO of Accountnet, Inc. and a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). He can be reached at www.accountnet.com or 212.244.9009.

Gold Certified

Accountnet, Inc. Attains Gold Competency for ERP in New Microsoft Partner Network
Accountnet demonstrates the highest, most consistent capability and commitment to Microsoft Dynamics ERP

New York, N.Y. January  9, 2011 Accountnet, Inc. a leading provider of high tech industry Enterprise Resource Planning ( ERP) for Microsoft Dynamics, has announced that it has achieved the Gold competency for Enterprise Resource Planning ( ERP) in the new Microsoft Partner Network.

The new Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) accreditations are much more stringent than the previous Microsoft Gold Partner status and promise to better represent organizations who have demonstrated the highest, most consistent capability and commitment within a specific business solution area.

Where previously the Gold Partner status reflected an overall capability, the new approach enables Microsoft partners to more clearly differentiate their business capabilities and areas of specialization. Partners who earn Gold or Silver competency accreditation can display the new partner logo that shows their specific areas of expertise.

“Microsoft’s partners are the secret behind our success, and we created the Microsoft Partner Network to help them achieve their business needs and drive deeper customer satisfaction,” said Jon Roskill, corporate vice president of the Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft.

Although Microsoft partners have up to 12 months to meet the new criteria, Accountnet met their objective in achieving the Gold competency weeks after the program was launched.

“The new gold competency signals that Accountnet demonstrated a significant level of industry experience providing services, software, and support for Microsoft Dynamics,” said John Peace, COO at Accountnet,  “It also indicates that we have a solid customer base, our staff is highly trained, and our solutions are reliable, experienced, and endorsed by Microsoft.”

Accountnet, Inc. is an authorized Microsoft Gold partner for Microsoft Dynamics. Accountnet was incorporated in 1996 to offer a centralized solution to customers based in the Metro New York area. The company now has satellite offices in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Hartford and Halifax. Accountnet, Inc. won the “Excellence in the Area” Award for customer satisfaction and loyalty from Microsoft on October 4, 2008. Recently in 2009 and 2010, Accountnet was named in Accounting Today magazine’s as a Top Technology Pacesetter, defined as the best small and mid-sized business technology “service centers” in North America. Accountnet was also included in the top 100 VAR in the U.S. in Accounting Technology and Accounting Today magazine’s April 2010 issue.

Accountnet Customer Briefing

Thank you to all of our customers, sponsors, and special guests who helped make Accountability 2010 a remarkable event!

Notes from Accountnet’s Accountability 2010 conference held at Microsoft Customer Briefing Center are listed below.

Our goal is to enable the maximum long term benefits from the Microsoft Dynamics investment already made, and additionally to introduce other software programs to extend the Dynamics solution in place.

Additional Products Introduced

FIDO – FIDO is a web-based Silverlight4™ application that looks a lot like Windows Explorer or Microsoft Outlook. FIDO includes over 100 predefined views into your data. Just select one to view your Dynamics SL data. Filter, sort and group as you see fit. Then, if you like, you can export the results to MS Excel for further processing. If you’ve customized the view, you can easily save it for use in the future. You can also create your own completely different views!

ImageLink – ImageLink provides document management for Microsoft Dynamics. Scan documents to the Network or attach documents to application screens, then allow for all users to view scanned documents (Dynamics and Non Dynamics users),

ReQlogic – ReqLogic is 100% web enabled and allows for a workflow of approvals to be setup for Requisitions, Invoices, and Expense Reports specifically designed for Microsoft Dynamics GP and SL. Reqlogic reads the Dynamics database for vendor and inventory information during data entry. ReqLogic will then automatically create Purchase Orders and Payables Vouchers in Dynamics with the proper vendor and account coding identified once the proper workflow has been completed. A history of the approved document’s workflow is kept along with any scanned images or attached documents.

Scribe – Scribe Insight has been specifically designed to support the effective deployment of a number of market leading business applications or Software as a Service (SaaS) platforms, including but not limited to Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics SL, Salesforce, and SalesLogix. More specifically, Scribe Insight enables customers to quickly and seamlessly integrate their mission critical applications with other applications and data stores in the enterprise. The Scribe Insight product allows for the mapping of data elements between different software applications in order to provide real time data integration between the products.

Current Microsoft Promotions

Microsoft Professional Tools
Change and/or merge chart of account ids, account/subaccount segments, vendor and customer IDs. Professional Tools from Microsoft current promotion is 15% off three tools for $1,700. Valid until December 20, 2010. Contact Accountnet for a full list of Professional Tools available for your Dynamics product.

Holiday User Promotion
Purchase two or more additional Dynamics users and receive 20% off. One additional user is 10% off. Valid until December 20, 2010.

License Model Transition Promotion
Adding additional modules for a one time fee. 30% off until December 20, 2010.

Special Microsoft Referral Campaign
Participants may join, by actively referring Microsoft Dynamics prospects to Accountnet to receive AMEX rewards gift cards.

More and more Dynamics users want to extend and integrate other systems to the core Dynamics system. SQL reporting services, SmartLists Builder and Excel Builder training can enhance the latest version releases. Don’t delay. Contact Accountnet to plan today to become experts in these Business Intelligence tools.

Contact support@accountnet.com and watch for the release of the new website.

Accountnet will be closed Thursday, November 25th and Friday, November 26th in observance of Thanksgiving. We will resume normal business hours Monday, November 29th.

Please note however, we are always committed to serving our customers, so all emergency support requests will be supported.

After Hours Emergency Information:

For support requests please call Microsoft Dynamics support at 1-800-777-0521.

May your Thanksgiving and all the days ahead be filled with happiness, peace, and prosperity!

From the Accountnet Team