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Signs You Have Outgrown Quickbooks #1

Posted by Craig Greitzer on Apr 4, 2014 12:51:00 PM

In this blog series, we will address some of those common pains that will help you identify whether it’s time for a change.

QuickBooks is a great entry-level accounting solution, one that you’ve most likely had a good experience with. As your business grows, however, QuickBooks may not be able to keep up. 
There are telltale signs you've hit your limits with your current systems and when those signs start to show up, it’s likely your future growth is at risk. Growth means change and not many of us are keen on change, especially when it comes to changing your business software. But if your business success is at risk, then it’s extremely important to make a move before it’s too late.

Growing Pain #1:  Creating Multiple Workarounds

As your business grows, your financial data becomes more complex, your supply chain isn’t the fine-tuned machine it used to be, and setting up workarounds begins to feel like a full-time job.  When you find yourself using so many creative workarounds that managing your businesses seems more challenging and time consuming than it should be, it may be time to step up to a business management solution that is ready for the next stage of your growth. Comprehensive doesn’t have to mean complex.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV, formerly Navision, is a complete, yet easy to use solution to help manage your entire business from financials, people, supply chain and customer relationship management, and it provides powerful business intelligence right from the start so that workarounds can become a thing of the past. The important thing to remember is that your ERP software should work for you instead of make you work harder.

As a Microsoft Dynamics partner, BMI has helped many businesses that have outgrown their entry-level accounting software using the power of Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Navision to support the next phase of their business.

Join us next week when we explore the growing pain: Limited Financial Insight.

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Topics: Navision, Dynamics NAV, Microsoft, Quickbooks