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Top 10 Features of NetSuite 2020.1 Release
The NetSuite 2020.1 release ushered in an impressive list of new features and enhancements to existing. The list is long, but we’ve highlighted ten features worth knowing below.   Banking NetSuite 2020.1 has vastly improved banking integration. It is now easy to configure a direct connection to your bank and pull statements in real-time, making reconciliation a breeze! This feature works out of the box with most major U.S. and Canadian banks. (A custom plug-in is needed for banks in other countries.)   Users with multi-subsidiary customer and vendor accounts can assign a primary bank to each subsidiary. This allows for greater control and segmentation.   Inventory Management Supply allocation enhancements make NetSuite an excellent tool for high volume and bulk shipping organizations. Users can easily control inventory allocations from Purchase Order to Sales Order to Fulfillment. A new dashboard allows you to control and redirect inventory across your entire […]
Not Using Microsoft Teams? You’re Missing Out.
Chances are you already have access to Microsoft Teams, you just don’t know it yet. If your organization is currently running Microsoft Office 365, then Teams is already available to you. Since the launch of Microsoft Teams preview in November, more than 85 million Office 365 users have taken advantage of this new collaboration tool. So what is so great about Microsoft Teams? Teams introduces a new way to communicate and collaborate internally with a simple and straightforward user interface. This new tool allows for organized conversations, integrated solutions, dependable artificial intelligence, and personalization.   Organized Conversations Do you constantly have multiple on-going projects? If so, you know that keeping everyone in the loop on each individual project can be very difficult and time-consuming. With Teams, you can create unique conversation boards for each project, and allow access to specific team members on a board-by-board basis. You will also have […]
5 Reasons to Upgrade to Microsoft SQL Server 2016
If you’re reading this, it’s likely you’re interested in using SQL 2016 for your databases but are adopting the “wait and see” approach before making the leap to a new software version. Whether you’re interested in trying SQL Server’s new free editions and reworked reports, or you’re trying to enhance your current working environment with high availability, improved backups, and cloud functionality, you’ll be very excited to hear about the changes in SQL 2016. With the release of SQL 2016, a few major changes were made to entice customers to make the switch. Free Access to the Developer Edition You can now download and use the Developer edition for free. This is a great way to test out the functionality of SQL 2016 without the upfront cost. This edition of SQL server is fully functional, and comes equipped with every feature that you would find in the standard edition all the […]
Explore New Features and Stay Current with Windows Server 2016
At the Ignite conference in September, Microsoft released an evaluation version for IT professionals to get a look at what the RTM or “Release to Manufacturing” version of Windows Server 2016 will look like. The final version was generally released on October 12th. Like many Microsoft releases, Windows Server 2016 brought a lot of new and expanded features to the flagship server OS software. However, it’s important to keep in mind another important reason to begin planning for your deployment of Server 2016: staying current. Out with the old … In with the new As you probably know, extended support for Server 2003 has ended, and with it comes the end of patches and security updates. I’m sure we all have a few 2003 servers left that are running legacy applications or non-production workloads. While these servers should definitely be addressed, let’s also talk about Server 2008 and 2008 R2. […]
What’s New in NetSuite 2016.2: Inventory Transfers
If your company is using NetSuite to manage items in multiple locations, chances are you’ve been required to transfer stock from one location to another as part of your standard inventory management procedures. The existing transfer functionality has been improved in NetSuite with the release of version 2016.2. NetSuite now allows users to enter partial fulfillments and receipts for transfer orders, resulting in more accurate item costing throughout the process. Inventory Transfers – the Basics NetSuite offers two methods for transferring inventory between locations, transfer orders and inventory transfers. If the inventory is not immediately available in the destination location, a Transfer Order should be used in order to reflect the value of the goods as 'in transit’ instead of available or ‘on hand.’ When the goods are received by the destination location, the value will be moved back from a ‘Goods in Transit’ type account to ‘Inventory on Hand.’ […]
How to Import Credit Card Transactions with CSV Import in NetSuite 2016.2
The release of NetSuite 2016.2 unveiled a host of streamlined processes and exciting new features. One of the most eagerly anticipated updates includes the ability to import the credit card transactions via the standard CSV Import Tool. By leveraging this new functionality, your business will shave hours off its monthly close process and avoid data entry errors from the manual rekeying of transaction details. Why You Need NetSuite A common question we often get from our clients is: “Our credit card bill is like any other bill that we pay each month –  why would I want to create a special account and reconcile it through NetSuite?” Here are some compelling reasons to take advantage of NetSuite’s credit card reconciliation functionality, if you aren’t already: Fraud Prevention / Internal Control Treating the credit card statement like a bank statement ensures that each charge will receive at least a moment’s scrutiny […]
3 of the Most Exciting Features included in NetSuite 2016.2
We all know that NetSuite is one of the best ERP applications you can use for your business. After all, It’s a one-stop shop that can handle all of your company’s needs. However, as much as I love NetSuite, (and I LOOOVE NetSuite) there are some minor areas that could still be improved by expanding current functionality. For example, one improvement that could be made is the ability to import credit card transactions through a standard CSV import. Luckily, NetSuite listens to its customers’ enhancement requests and, with the release of the 2016.2 update, many issues, like my credit card problem, will be solved. In addition to adding customer suggested enhancements, NetSuite will be adding a vast array of other fixes and features with this update. From functional business processes like fixed assets management to the more technical aspects such as SuiteScript 2.0 file transfers, NetSuite 2016.2 leaves no stone unturned. […]
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. […]
Should you upgrade to Dynamics GP 2016, or wait for R2?
As enhancements and new features become available in Dynamics GP releases, we often find customers asking themselves if they should upgrade to the latest version or wait for the R2 release. In the past, when Microsoft was on a 2-year release cycle, customers would often wait for the first service pack or R2 release because they were nervous about bugs with new features and wanted to wait until all the kinks were ironed out. Well, that mentality as become outdated. This blog will look at how upgrades were approached in the past, and the shift to staying current with GP updates going forward, the right path for your business, and what’s new in GP 2016. Upgrades are a thing of the past Conventional thinking with software, and technology in general, has been to not rush in on the first release or introduction of a product, but rather wait for 2.0 […]
New Features in SharePoint 2016
SharePoint 2016 is built on the same core as SharePoint 2013 online, but with improved scalability, performance, reliability and user experience. The new update also comes with a handful of new and exciting features. This blog builds upon the new features that were announced in the SharePoint 2016 IT Preview. Improved Provisioning Capabilities SharePoint 2016 is designed to help manage administrative tasks more efficiently by reducing the processing time of each individual task. The new and improved provisioning capabilities will free up your IT department to focus on other mission critical projects. Mobile Experience The new SharePoint 2016 update also includes an improved mobile navigation experience. The touch-friendly experience incorporates industry standards for mobile push and information synchronization. It also empowers screen consistency across different devices such as desktop, mobile, tablet or slate. Hybrid Cloud Search Hybrid search makes content finding easy. If there is an environment in which content […]
See What's New in Parature from Microsoft - Spring 2015 Preview
Below you'll fint the spring 2015 Parature preview release guide. The guide contains information about the many new features and product enhancement within the areas of Knowledge Management, Support Ticketing, Self-Service Portal, Mobile, Social, Chat and Packaged Integrations. Contact FMT Consultants for more information about Parature from Microsoft. Download the full PDF guide here     Content Introduction Knowledge Management Support Ticketing Self-Service Portal Mobile Social Chat Packaged Integrations Conclusion Introduction Technology has fundamentally changed customer care, empowering the customer with as much or more information, devices and channels of engagement as the average customer service agent has to deliver service. Growing expectations have presented brands and organizations with the need to become “customer obsessed” and more deeply invest in the technology that will allow them to productively, proactively, personally and consistently respond to and engage with customers at the time and on the channel of their convenience. Microsoft, the productivity […]
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