Microsoft Dynamics GP is a strong competitor in ERP solutions for small and mid-sized organisations. In an article posted by MSDynamicsWorld, Linda Rosencrance explains why ISV software packages are becoming just as important as core ERP solutions.
It has SMB focus.
B2B network Viewpost built a connector in Dynamics GP to allow transactions to flow from ERP to Viewpost. “We wanted to find an accounting package that was robust enough that had enough of a technical capability for us to write a sophisticated, clever, and easily sustainable sync agent, and GP was a great example of that,” said Stavros Liakakos, Viewpost EVP and director of business development.
Viewpost allows existing trading partners to connect online, exchange electronic invoices and make payment. It is for free for receiving electronic deposits but has a fee for sending payments or printed cheques to trading partners. Viewpost built its first connector in Dynamics GP. They now offer pre-packaged and pre-built connectors to Quickbooks, SAP, Oracle, Sage, Netsuite, Workday and more. The connectors give people the freedom to use their transactional systems without having to change their business practices, rip or replace their system or having to go to third-party portals for access.
Thomson Reuters selected Dynamics GP to integrate with its ONESOURCE Indirect Tax solution. The integration allows users to seamlessly transport financial data from GP to ONESOURCE. It automatically evaluates each invoice line and calculates the appropriate tax. Tax result data is instantly returned to GP for planning and reporting. Customers stay compliant, avoid penalties and audits and improve tax calculation accuracy.
To read more about why Viewpost and Thomas Reuters chose Microsoft Dynamics GP as their ISV partner, please click here