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Happy Fiscal New Year! Sales Tax Changes Are Here Again!
Managing sales tax compliance is no easy feat. The tax rates you need to apply can change radically from one state to the next, and even from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Your products or services may even be taxable for one customer and not for another customer in a different state. Then, you’ve got sales tax holidays, which mean you also have to consider when you’re selling in certain states. As if that’s not complex enough, why not shake things up every now and then as states decide which rates and rules to change? For 46 states, the fiscal new year comes on July 1st each year. That’s also a time when many of them make changes to their sales tax laws. In 2016 – per usual – a long list of new changes has been put in place. For most businesses, it can be hard to find time to research […]
6 Reasons Why You Don’t Want to Miss Our Online Conference—nVerge in the Cloud!
Here at FMT we’re busy getting ready for our free online technology conference nVerge In the Cloud! nVerge in the Cloud is where we share the latest technology trends and insights into the future direction for NetSuite, Microsoft Dynamics, SAP Business ByDesign, BI solutions, Office 365, and more! This year, our agenda is packed with some great sessions that will help you get the most out of your current or future technology investments. Still not convinced that you need to attend? Here are 6 compelling reasons why you should hurry and sign up. 1. Experience the Latest and Greatest in Business Solutions At nVerge this year we’ll show you all the latest and greatest solutions that will help you take your business to the next level. This year we’ve even got a special sneak peek at Microsoft Dynamics 365, formerly known as Project Madeira. You won’t want to miss this exclusive […]
Is Your Redundancy Safe Enough?
Redundancy is not a new concept, but not all redundancy is equal. The value of redundancy depends on how closely (or broadly) you look at it. Hardware Redundancy If you have five storage devices working in RAID 5 you may have one of those storage devices fail, but all of your data would remain intact due to the support of the redundant drives. To use an analogy, if you have five warehouses and they are all are filled to 80% capacity, you can move some of the contents into the extra space left in all the other warehouses in the event that one experiences a flood. Normally, this means each warehouse uses less than 100% of the available capacity, so in the event of a flood, you can redistribute the contents of the flooded warehouse into the undamaged warehouses. This redistribution allows you to keep working on cleaning up the […]
FMT Consultants Recognized as One of the Best Places to Work in San Diego in 2016
San Diego based technology provider, FMT Consultants, recognized for its strong organizational culture, high level of employee engagement, excellent HR practices, and organizational culture. San Diego, CA, August 17, 2016 – FMT Consultants, a leading Southern California provider of integrated business management solutions and information technology services, was recently named one of the San Diego Business Journal’s 2016 Best Places to Work in San Diego. The annual list was created by The San Diego Business Journal, Best Companies Group, and official event sponsor Kaiser Permanente. The selection process consisted of a two-part process, which evaluated company policies, philosophy, practices, systems, demographics, and employee experience. The score received at the end of this rigorous evaluation determined the top companies and rankings. Since 1995, FMT Consultants’ experienced team of experts has been partnering with clients to integrate, configure and customize innovative technology solutions to help them improve and streamline their business operations. […]
Highlights and Comparison of SharePoint 2016 with Earlier Versions
With the new additions in SharePoint Server 2016, Microsoft brings the best of its cloud functionality to its on-premises systems. These new features allow organizations who haven't taken the advantage of Office 365 functionality, to now utilize it despite being in an on-premise environment. In this truly effective Hybrid model, organizations are able to have the best of the Cloud, while keeping all their important information and data stored on-premise. Microsoft's goal with this version of SharePoint is to introduce hybrid capabilities between Office 365's cloud-based SharePoint Online and the on-premises version so many enterprises have in production. SharePoint 2016 boasts incredible performance and simple maintenance procedures. The latest version also has reduced feature activation overheads and uses the copy operation at the content database level to improve the site collection creation performance. You can also take advantage of faster upload times, increased list view thresholds, and enhanced security compliance. […]
New Features in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016
Microsoft’s Dynamics GP has been a staple of business management solutions for a while, and it just keeps getting better. With the newest version, Dynamics GP 2016, Microsoft has taken a big step towards creating the ultimate user-friendly, efficient ERP system. In this post, we’ll cover the newest features included in GP 2016 so you can be sure you don’t miss a thing. The Switch to HTML5 The biggest and most exciting change that comes with Dynamics 2016 is the new web client. Previously, the GP web client was powered by Silverlight, but with this new update Microsoft has made the switch to HTML5. So what does this mean for you? By switching to HTML5, the GP web client is more agile and has improved accessibility. HTML5 also allows GP to finally become browser and device agnostic. This means with the new client you can log in from anywhere using […]
Creating a Visual Studio Extension Part 2 of 2
One of the reasons why Visual Studio is such a great development environment is its fluidity when it comes to customization. In my previous post, Creating a Visual Studio Extension Part 1, we discussed the preparation process for creating a Visual Studio Extension. In this post, I will explain the basic steps needed to create a very simple Visual Studio Extension to access text from the currently opened Editor on Visual Studio. If you have not installed the Visual Studio SDK, see my previous Blog post. Creating Your First Project Once the setup is complete, we are ready to get started. First, start your Visual Studio Version and create a new project. Next select VSIX Project under Extensibility, choose a name and location for your new extension and press ok. When done correctly, this is what you should see in Visual Studio 2015: You should also get this nice Getting […]
Revolutionize Your Business Processes with Microsoft Dynamics 365
Microsoft wants to help you transform your business. In the recent months, we’ve been getting excited about Microsoft’s plans for the future of its Dynamics business solutions. Today, we’d like to share that excitement with you. At Microsoft’s World Partner Conference this past month we gained a lot of valuable information about Dynamics 365, formerly Project Madeira, and how it will help organizations streamline finances and operations in an integrated business solution. In this blog post, we’ll go over what we know about Dynamics 365, how your business can benefit from it, and how Microsoft plans to revolutionize the way your business operates. What is Microsoft Dynamics 365? Dynamics 365 is Microsoft’s way of helping you manage all your business operations from finances to marketing in one affordable, easy to use, cloud-based system. Bringing together the best of Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM cloud services, along with a wealth of […]
How to Take Your Office to the Cloud with Office 365
We know that living in today’s world you need to be able to do business whenever and wherever you are. From checking email to collaborating on projects, today’s professional is constantly juggling a work-life balance. The good news is that Microsoft’s Office 365 is here to help! Why should I make the switch to Office 365? You can provide your team with the tools they need to work anytime, anywhere, on any device by moving your familiar Office productivity applications to the cloud. Whether you’re working online or off, from your computer, tablet, or phone, Office 365 has you covered. You can access your files, email, calendar, and more from anywhere you can access the internet. Office 365 also keeps itself up to date, so you can be positive you’re always working with the latest and greatest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more. What’s included in Office 365? Office […]
SharePoint Sandboxed Solutions are dead – Here’s how to save existing ones
SharePoint sandboxed solutions were introduced by Microsoft for the first time in SharePoint 2010. Sandboxed solutions enabled site collection users to upload their own custom code solutions. This feature was very useful for users who did not have SharePoint Farm privileges. Under this system, users simply had to develop a sandbox solution using Visual Studio, upload it to the solution gallery of the site collection, and then their solution was ready to start using after activation. Unfortunately, Microsoft announced deprecation of code based sandboxed solutions on January 14, 2014, and last week announced that they are going to completely remove code-based sandbox solutions. As part of the removal process, you will not be able to activate any new code-based sandbox solutions. Additionally, in the coming weeks, Microsoft is going to disable all code-based sandbox solutions from SharePoint Online multi-tenant environments. Customers can look at the Office 365 Message Center and […]
Creating a Visual Studio Extension Part 1 of 2
Visual Studio is a great development environment with ever growing features, and getting better with each version. But there is always that one niche feature that you need that would help improve your productivity in a project - a menu item to start a custom process, an improved IntelliSense for a custom language, or an editor for a custom file type. With Visual Studio, you can easily unlock additional features with extensions. This post  will explain the basic steps needed to prepare your Visual Studio environment to create your own extensions. Installing the SDK Before you can start creating your own Visual Studio Extensions, you need to first install the Visual Studio SDK. The Visual Studio SDK is used to extend Visual Studio with new features. Learn more about Visual Studio SDK from Microsoft here. With Visual Studio 2015 the Visual Studio SDK is already included in the installer. For Visual […]
FMT Consultants Recognized as NetSuite’s June VAR of the month
FMT Consultants recognized for the success of its NetSuite practice and continued commitment to delivering the robust cloud ERP platform to businesses across the country. San Diego, CA, June 29, 2016 – FMT Consultants, a Southern California-based business technology solution provider, was named as NetSuite’s June VAR of the Month, FMT announced today. NetSuite’s VAR of the Month program was launched in May 2016 and nationally recognizes the company’s top performing cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) resellers in a spotlight on Accounting Today. FMT Consultants is the second partner to be recognized by NetSuite in their VAR of the Month program. “FMT Consultants has been a standout partner from the beginning,” says Karen Hazelton, Associate Channel Manager at NetSuite, and adds “We’re happy to have a partner like FMT that recognizes the growing demand for cloud ERP solutions and is committed to investing in their practice to ensure that they’re delivering […]
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