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About Microsoft Dynamics SL
Microsoft Dynamics SL is an ERP software produced by Microsoft, a variant of Microsoft Dynamics. This product is designed for small to medium-scale businesses. It is widely used for its strong project-based capability and Microsoft Office Project Server connectivity. It provides functions that speed up project management and accounting operations. It also takes care of project accounting, management of field services, and analytics. A function on management operations for supply chains is also available with Microsoft Dynamics SL. The system basically operates like any Microsoft Office application, making its integration process fast and easy. It can deliver assistance to project management operations of various industries such us in the government, distribution fields, professional services and construction.
For government contractors, this project management software helps clients comply with requirements of the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) audit. For construction industries, Microsoft Dynamics SL helps lower costs and reduces delays of production by its assistance in managing all aspects of operations like job costing, projects, services, materials and sales. Industries focused in distribution can take advantage of streamlined operations.
The latest version widens the coverage of information through a Microsoft SQL Server. It is aimed to enhance cooperation, report generation and analysis. Microsoft Dynamics SL provides a function that combines project administration and accounting. This combination can enhance business insights and command. You can control costs and compliance matters with this business management software. You get to access an accurate forecasting of your allocations and a web-based analysis of projects and plans. With it, you can easily obtain a clear insight of your asset status and cash flow strength. You can also come up with best decisions through the business perceptions brought by Microsoft Dynamics SL’s intelligent reporting.
(Last updated on 04/08/2016 by Jonathan Darcy)