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Category :: Software Articles Author :: Brandon Hall 
 
 Article Title :: How to Choose the Right Accounting Software for Your Business
 
With any good luck and a good amount of hard work, you're having the same problem many business owners today are facing. Your business is growing rapidly and you're having problems controlling your finances. Time and time again, that Microsoft Excel spreadsheet you've been using just isn't getting the job done for you.So, you’ve decided that you’re ready to take the next step, and buy a full-featured accounting software program. Many options are available to choose from, but I believe the best solutions to be Quicken Premier Home and Business by Intuit, QuickBooks Pro also by Intuit, and Peachtree Accounting by Sage. In order to decide on the right package for you, you need   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Great Plains: Government & Non-Profit Organization – Workflow Implementation
 
Usually workflow & messaging is realized in CRM and then transactions are just logged into Accounting/ERP/MRP. In the case of Microsoft Business Solutions products: Microsoft Great Plains, Navision, Solomon, Axapta the natural CRM choice would be Microsoft CRM. However typical CRM application targets Sales automation, which is usually not applicable to government structure, non-profit or public company (community services, public utilities, churches, charities, etc.). Not-for-profit organization needs purchasing and requisition workflow, payroll approval workflow, and in certain cases special General Ledger (GL) transactions workflow. Microsoft CRM doesn’t provide the functionality.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft CRM: Data Conversion – Import from Act!
 
Best Software Act! is very popular CRM for small and mid-size organization. This system attracts business owner by its low price, plus system is very easy to use. However if your business is growing you should reach the moment to implement more advanced CRM solution. Natural question is – how do we convert the data from Act! to new CRM solution and the mapping of your objects for conversion. You would probably like to avoid operator data entry with potential numerous errors and mistypes. Assuming that you are IT specialist, we’ll give you technical side of Act to MS CRM data migration:• First you need to download Act! SDK from Best Software website•   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: IT Strategy for Midsize Business: Microsoft vs. Java, Great Plains & CRM
 
Midsize business or non-profit organization should decide if one-vendor solution would be appropriate and the associated risk acceptable. In our opinion, balancing the risk of one-vendor-approach is not economically feasible and should be avoided. This means that you need to decide if you plan to be Microsoft-oriented or Java/Unix/Linux/Oracle oriented. In the case of Java direction – you again have to further consider your options and if possible do not deploy too many systems from different vendors. Even if you host your systems with somebody else – we think that in the future you might have a risk of complex data conversion from one system to another. In this small article we  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: ERP Consulting: Microsoft Great Plains Partner Future Directions
 
In the Clinton era the status quo was simple: you serve your local clients and if you want to expand your business – open offices in other business metros. Great Plains Software was granting generous margins on the software sales and stimulated local leading VARs/Partners/Resellers with so-called orphan leads – customers who lapsed in payment annual enhancement program or called Great Plains Software directly to comply about quality of service by their VAR. When Microsoft purchased Great Plains Software and formed Microsoft Great Plains Business Solutions (soon renamed into Microsoft Business Solutions) and acquired new ERP/MRP/accounting applications: Navision, Axapta, Solomon (Sol  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Syed Feroz Zainvi 
 
 Article Title :: Is Software Tester a Most Infamous Person in a Software Project Team?
 
The fact that a software tester is a most infamous person in a software project team has some grounds underneath it. This is because a software tester usually speaks of the bugs in the developer’s code. For a developer to take this pin-pointing personally hurting is humane. The tussle between the testers and developers may lead to failure or delay of the software project. This article presents some of the aspects which both the developer and the tester should know about each other and work harmoniously in a team.The developer should understand that testing is an important activity in a software project and the role of the tester is to find as many bugs as possible at the earlies  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Parveen Aggarwal 
 
 Article Title :: Performance Tuning of a Daffodil DB / One$DB -JDBC Application
 
This article illustrates the best practices to improve the performance of Daffodil DB / One$DB JDBC Driver. This article focuses on how to improve the performance of a Daffodil DB / One$DB JDBC application using Statement, PreparedStatemnt, CallableStatement and ResultSet interfaces. Choosing the right statement interfaces and right methods according to your SQL query plays a vital role in improving the performance of a JDBC Driver.JDBC OverviewJDBC API provides standard set of interfaces to work with databases like Daffodil DB / One$DB, Oracle, Derby etc.Connection interface encapsulates database connection functionality, Statement interface encapsulates SQL statemen  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Joe Miller 
 
 Article Title :: Huddle Up; Groupware on Three
 
It could just be me, but my experiences with document collaboration remind me of a football game. It sounds crazy, I know, but working with a group and sending emails off to other members of the group caries with it that familiar uneasy sensation of Thanksgiving Day football games, where I often play quarterback and just as often wonder whether members of my family will catch the pass, and if they do, what they will do with the ball. Using groupware in document collaboration is similar to having a game plan that separates the “Turkey Bowl” family football team from the real competitors.Groupware on ThreeNow, this doesn’t have to be the team cheer. But it could be, beca  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Gautam Dev 
 
 Article Title :: History of Java
 
The java programming language is becoming more and more popular each day. It is the language without which one cannot even hope to a land a job these days. But has somebody even wondered how this language came about? There are many stories about, many books have been written. Here is my version (not approved by Sun Microsystems).The java programming language originated in Indonesia. It was meant to be used by the tourists that visit that country each year. Why would tourists want to use computer? Well, these are no ordinary tourists. They are rich tourists. Have they not been rich, they would not travel half way around the world to visit this place. Most people would be content to  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Great Plains: carpet, textile, fabric, felt distributor – implementation overview
 
In this small article we will show you the possible way of deploying Microsoft Business Solutions Great Plains for the market niche of large, mid-size and small reselling and distribution business in carpeting and floor covering, textile & fabric. We will not be talking about fabric production, but rather cutting for the end-user or small retailer. Microsoft Great Plains itself in our case should be considered as a platform for light customization and modification. We’ll describe industry requirements and the way them to be implemented in Great Plains• Variable Length Rolls. Usually, when you place and order through your supplier – there is no way to know exact length of   (read full article)
 
 
 
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