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Microsoft NAV Upgrades are Now Even Easier

New upgrade technology provides easy path to annual NAV releases Microsoft NAV is the most popular mid-market ERP in the world because of its ability to support unique business processes and accommodate inevitable changes over time. These customizations have always been upgradable although competitors continue to promulgate the idea that modifications condemn you to ERP version-lock, out-of-date ...

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Enterprise Software: Grow your business and save on taxes!

Uncle Sam wants you to buy enterprise software! Yep, enterprise software (ERP) is covered under qualifying fixed assets for Section 179 Deductions.  This part of the tax code allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of equipment and/or software during the tax year it is purchased.  There is no need to wait to move to that new ERP system when good old Uncle Sam is going to let you ...

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New to Dynamics NAV – Dimension Manager

  I have to admit that I am new to Dynamics NAV. Even though our company has sold Dynamics NAV for over 10 years we used an old “Legacy” product until a year ago.  But, I love NAV.  And one of the things that I love and everyone loves and that makes NAV, well NAV, are dimensions.  They are such an easy and powerful way to track, categorize, group, sort, analyze, report on anything in NAV.  ...

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Microsoft Dynamics ERP Software Makes a Fashion Statement

It’s the best of both worlds for the fashion industry.  No longer do fashionistas have to choose between world class ERP software and industry features!  Built on the Microsoft Dynamics NAV platform, TRIMIT FASHION adds functionality to NAV to deliver a fully integrated ERP software solution for clothing manufacturers, distributors and retailers. TRIMIT functionality covers the entire value ...

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When the QuickBooks Cloud No Longer Covers Your Growing Business

QuickBooks Cloud is a great application that has launched many a great company, including many of our current customers and prospects.  In our two decades of experience providing accounting software solutions, we know the needs of a company, its customers and/or its vendors will change and require a move beyond the functionality offered by QuickBooks in the Cloud.  That is where Silverware, as a ...

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Silverware Software Partners: Making a Difference

Working as a team can manifest itself in many ways. At Silverware Software Partners, one of the ways we build comradery is by participating in events like the annual Walk MS. On November 14, Silverware employees, friends, family members and business partners will join together to walk the two or four mile routes course through the beautiful Papago Park and Phoenix Zoo. Donning team t-shirts we ...

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The lost art of ERP vendor specialization: How to ensure your business software is more than a commodity.

  We know ERP and accounting software products from the top vendors offer very similar capabilities.  Level of support from the solution provider is the #1 criterion for experienced (i.e., 2nd time buyers) ERP purchasers.  Silverware’s value is amplified by its ERP vendor specialization in just two products: NAV; and Intacct, and providing customized support plans to help our customers ...

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The Office – Silverware Edition

I never thought of our company, Silverware Inc., as “old-fashioned.”  After all, we’re in the Microsoft Dynamics ERP and Intacct Cloud ERP solutions businesses.  We work in an industry that requires us to keep up with constantly changing technology that pulls and pushes our customers in a thousand different directions, which, in turn, keeps us on top of our game. But we still hold on to some ...

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