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“The difference between getting somewhere and nowhere is the courage to make an early start.” – Charles M. Schwab

 

Microsoft Dynamics GP is a great tool to improve your company’s efficiency, but are you getting the most out of your system?  Perhaps your sales team is spending too much time entering documents when they could be generating sales.  Or maybe locating complete customer information is a challenge with your current data setup as you jump from window to window for a complete picture.  SalesPad can improve these and other functions in your business by enhancing the Microsoft Dynamics GP user experience for better sales results.

 

Here are four ways SalesPad transforms your Microsoft Dynamics GP user experience:

 

Simplify your document entry process.  Dynamics GP is a complex application.  SalesPad makes it simple.  Entering documents such as quotes, orders, invoices, and returns is made easy with SalesPad, so your team can spend less time typing, and more time serving your clients. 

All-in-one view of your customers.  Many companies store vast amounts of customer information in their systems, but data is often dispersed throughout the software and can be a challenge to consolidate.  SalesPad makes it easy to get a 360 degree view of your customer so you can view all their relevant data on one screen.  Visible data can be fine-tuned to present only the information you need see, when you need to see it.

Inventory visibility.  Inventory management can be complex, especially when your system isn’t designed to present a complete view of your data.  SalesPad Inventory Lookup allows your company to leverage Dynamics GP’s sophisticated inventory storage capabilities by offering complete inventory access with just a few clicks.  View all aspects of your inventory on a single screen.  Save time.  Save money. 

20/20 view of your business.  Easy-to-use tools like Workflow, Sales Analysis Reports, and the Purchase Advisor allow you to view your business in 1080 p high definition.  Know what is happening in the company every step of the way with complete visibility, no matter where you are.  SalesPad Mobile allows access to critical information from your smart phone or tablet, allowing you to take your business with you anywhere. 

 

Please join us on June 13th at our Microsoft Dynamics GP  Free Lunch n’ Learn User Group Meeting in St. Louis, MO to hear SalesPad Solutions, LLC discuss their tool’s for enhancing your Dynamics GP user experience and much more.  Click here to register!

 

For a high level estimate of your investment in Microsoft Dynamics GP, please use our “FREE” Microsoft Dynamics GP Quick Quote Tool.  It will give you a great starting point for assessing your potential investment in a project like this.  If you have additional questions or would like to learn more about what Microsoft Dynamics GP can do for your organization, please contact us today to setup a “Free Discovery Call” at 636-237-2280 or email at sales@turnkeytec.com .

 

By Michael Ramatowski, at Turnkey Technologies, Inc. – Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky Microsoft Gold Certified Dynamics GP and CRM Partner

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“Mediocre men wait for opportunity to come to them.  Strong, able, alert men go after opportunity.” B.C. Forbes

Debates over online sales tax, and related statutory rules and rate changes have vaulted sales and use tax compliance to the top of every savvy businessperson’s 2013 action list. Understanding how to implement safeguards and systems, monitor widely varying statutory rules, and find efficient ways to collect and remit the right sales and use tax to the right jurisdiction at the right time, can flummox even the most compliance-minded businessperson.

The following five sales tax compliance tips identify steps your business can take to address 2013’s particular challenges. Developed by Avalara sales tax experts, these are a starting point, rather than an exhaustive strategy, for addressing sales and use tax compliance in 2013.

Tip #1 — Determine tax liability by analyzing changes to nexus rules

While most businesses have some concept of nexus—the connection between a business and a taxing jurisdiction requiring sales tax collection and remittance — many are unaware of dramatic changes to nexus laws happening now. There are numerous developments on the federal level, but this tip focuses on state level changes that are currently underway. These rule changes significantly impact out-of-state remote sellers (such as online retailers), but all businesses should watch nexus laws closely.

Tip #2 —Stop ignoring consumer use tax

Use tax is defined as a tax on the use of tangible personal property (TPP) not otherwise subject to sales tax. Generally speaking, a purchaser owes use tax on taxable items purchased on which they paid no sales tax or less tax than the applicable sales tax rate. Unlike sales tax, the remittance responsibility lies with the buyer (either a business or an individual). In some cases, the purchaser would be a business, such as a manufacturer or a distributor, buying goods outside the state or online, to use, or consume as TPP. Use tax must also be paid when a business withdraws goods from inventory for its own use, if sales tax was not paid on those items at the time of purchase. It is the responsibility of a business to self-assess when, and if, use tax is accrued and to pay the state and/or local tax authority on a tax return.

Tip #3 — Understand changing exemption certificate rules

Tracking and filing exemption certificates, the bugaboo of many a well-intentioned business owners, has just gotten more complicated. In 2013, several governors have already proposed plans that would change what their states exempt from sales tax.

Tip #4 —Know when, where, and how to remit sales and use tax returns

Even companies that work hard to accurately track and update changes in sales and use tax rules, boundaries, and rate changes often fail to remit their liability correctly. Knowing which form to use, where to file, and what to include in your returns, can be an onerous task.

Tip #5 —Get Help

Companies trying to accurately collect, file, and report sales and use taxes face an uphill battle in 2013.

Please join us on April 17th for a free educational webinar hosted by Avalara, on “Sales Tax Automation and How to Take the Lead in All 50 States”, including how to grow into new markets and stay compliant. This thought leadership webinar will be presented by industry leading experts from WithumSmith + Brown. They will share the critical steps to growth and what you need to know when looking to go forward with a new state.

I also invite you to download an upbeat and engaging new white paper, “25 Brilliant Ideas to Outsmart Your Competition with Microsoft Dynamics ERP”.  This report includes 25 examples from real companies – from non-profits to distributors and many in between.

For a high level estimate of your investment in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, please use our “FREE” Microsoft Dynamics GP Quick Quote Tool.  It will give you a great starting point for assessing your potential investment in a project like this.

If you have additional questions or would like to learn more about what Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 can do for your organization, please contact us today to setup a “Free Discovery Call” at 636-237-2280 or email at sales@turnkeytec.com .

 

By Michael Ramatowski, at Turnkey Technologies, Inc. – Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky Microsoft Gold Certified Dynamics GP and CRM Partner

 

“The Art of progress is to preserve order amid change, and to preserve change amid order.” – Alfred North Whitehead

 

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 will be launching this December and I thought I put together my “Top Ten Favorite Feature List” for everyone to not only read but see a screen shot as well.  My inspiration came from watching David Letterman this week but I’m starting with Number 1 and going to Number 10.

 

#1 Ability to change customer address user defined field names

1 ability to change

 

#2 Attach Documents to Purchasing or Sales Transactions

2 attach

 

#3 Historical Journal Entry Inquiry

3 historical

 

#4 Consolidated Invoicing

4 consolidated

 

#5 Voiding a Credit Card Vendor’s Invoice Automatically when a Credit Card Payment is voided

5 voiding

 

#6 Inactivate items and Item/Site Assignments and Inventory Site

6 inactive

 

#7 Sort Order now Stored with Default View

7 sort

 

#8 Payroll Integration to Payables Voucher Description, Document # & Consolidation

8 payroll

 

#9 Inventory Reason Codes for Transactions

9 inventory

 

#10 Select a Printer at the time of Printing a report

10 select

 

These are just 10 out of 60 New Features in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013. For additional details on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 click here.

I also invite you to download an upbeat and engaging new white paper, “25 Brilliant Ideas to Outsmart Your Competition with Microsoft Dynamics ERP”.  This report includes 25 examples from real companies – from non-profits to distributors and many in between.

For a high level estimate of your investment in Microsoft Dynamics GP, please use our “FREE” Microsoft Dynamics GP Quick Quote Tool.  It will give you a great starting point for assessing your potential investment in a project like this.

If you have additional questions or would like to learn more about what Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 can do for your organization, please contact us today to setup a  “Free Discovery Call” at 636-777-4110 or email at sales@turnkeytec.com .

 

By Michael Ramatowski, at Turnkey Technologies, Inc. – Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky Microsoft Gold Certified Dynamics GP and CRM Partner

 

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