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Digital transformation has been a priority for most businesses for a decade now. However, the perils of the global pandemic have propelled companies across industries to speed up the execution of their digital strategies. The food and manufacturing industry—one of the worst hit by the coronavirus crisis—has accelerated technology adoption necessary to overcome the pandemic's challenges.
Since its 2014 launch, Microsoft Power BI has – arguably – been the preferred cloud-based SaaS data analytics and business intelligence (BI) solution for businesses worldwide because of its ability to:

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4 successful case studies for food manufacturing ERP made possible by ColumbusFood

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Looking for an ERP for food processing industry? Through our four top case studies for food manufacturing ERP, you can make an informed decision.

Democratizing data through Microsoft Power BI’s Q&A feature

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Learn how Microsoft Power BI’s Q&A feature is democratizing data by giving business professionals across the board greater access to critical data.

6 ways migrating to Business Central from GP helped Health Enterprises through a Columbus partnership

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One of the Microsoft Dynamics GP case studies — a community healthcare provider enabled business continuity from Dynamics GP migration to Business Central.

6 lessons on Analytics learned from COVID-19

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Learn of the 6 key lessons the COVID-19 pandemic has taught businesses across the world in the Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Analytics space.

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 mainstream support is ending - What should you do?

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 end-of-life is here. Mainstream support’s ending on July 13. Learn how to overcome hurdles this may cause for you.

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Here's a common scenario for Dynamics 365 Finance users: "Company A" has a purchase order for $1,000 in January that will be a part of a fixed asset. There will be two additional PO’s that will be part of this fixed asset, but won’t be invoiced until February and March. The asset should not be placed in service until all three invoices have been posted.
When standard costing setups are made in Microsoft Dynamics, the process can be a little overwhelming — “item model group” and “item group” need to be defined, and a purchase order and a sales order must be processed. Then you need to create an invoice and review financial postings on the voucher form. Whew!
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