Turn relationships into revenue
Go beyond sales force automation by bringing digital intelligence into each deal to better predict your customer’s needs—and deliver the personal attention that builds relationships and revenue.
Focus and act on the right priorities
Your Office anywhere
With Office 365 Business, familiar tools like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook are available where and when you need them.
Since your files are stored online, you can share them with anyone, even co-author, in real time. No matter where you are.
OneDrive for Business stores files online, so they’re always in sync and up to date. Office applications are always the latest version too.
Accelerate business growth
Optimize your financials and operations to drive growth and make real-time, data-driven decisions at global scale—all with an intelligent, modern enterprise business application.
Transform your business performance
Create more efficient processes, deliver robust reporting and analytics, and ensure regulatory compliance across 34 countries, in 60 different languages.
Decrease time to value and facilitate faster, more confident decisions using roll-based workspaces with embedded analytics
Adapt to changing business requirements by tailoring chart of accounts, dimensions, and rules
Provide checks and balances using process automation, encumbrance, budget planning, budget control, and three-way matching
Efficiently track values and reduce reporting errors by automatically managing capitalized assets
Meet public sector requirements for encumbrance and budgeting
Get up and running quickly
More than just small business accounting software, Dynamics GP is an ERP solution for small business that makes it easy to start with only what you need now, and then adapt as your needs change. It’s flexible, configurable, and designed to grow with you.
Get right to work
Dynamics GP works like (and with) your favorite productivity tools—Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel—to reduce training time and eliminate potential disruptions.
Make easier, data-driven decisions
Common business reports are ready to use, and smart analytics tools help ensure your business decisions are based on the latest information.
Go where your business takes you
Get the same powerful capabilities across iOS, Android, and Windows platforms for a consistent, more secure experience across your desktop, laptop, and mobile devices.
Sharepoint Online anywhere
Access to e-mail, documents, contacts, and intranet, from any browser on any device on any internet connection.
Need to work from home, but forgot to take your work laptop home? Not a problem, just log onto Outlook Web Access to retrieve your e-mails, or SharePoint Online to grab important documents before your Skype for Business meeting.
Need to work while on the road? No problem; Just sync content to Windows Explorer from SharePoint Online, and whatever changes you’ve made while offline will upload back to SharePoint Online once you’ve reconnected to the internet. With SharePoint Online and Office 365, the world is your workspace!
SharePoint Foundation 2013 is the essential solution for organizations that need a secure, manageable, web-based collaboration platform. SharePoint helps teams stay connected and productive by providing easy access to the people, documents, and information that they need to make well-informed decisions and get work done. Use SharePoint Foundation to coordinate schedules, organize documents, and participate in discussions through team workspaces, blogs, wikis, and document libraries on the platform that is the underlying infrastructure for SharePoint Server.
SharePoint Server adds various social, search, business intelligence, content management features to SharePoint Foundation.
By using OneDrive for Business, you can help ensure that business files for your users are stored in a central location. Storing business files in one location makes it easy for users to share and collaborate on documents. If you’re using OneDrive for Business in Office 365, you can also reduce your on-premises storage costs by moving your users’ files to the cloud.
OneDrive for Business is different from the consumer OneDrive service in that OneDrive for Business is based on SharePoint and is meant for storing a user’s business documents and files. Consumer OneDrive is a separate service that is meant for personal use.
How does it work?
In SharePoint Server, OneDrive for Business is simply the document library in a user’s MySite. This provides personal storage for your users, either directly through the document library in their My Site, or as a save location in Office 2013 or Office 2016. While OneDrive for Business in Office 365 files are saved to the cloud, in OneDrive for Business in a SharePoint Server on-premises environment, user files are stored in the SharePoint Content database in the SQL Server that you are using for SharePoint Server. User storage quotas are set through site settings for the web application that is hosting the My Site host site.
Scribe Online is a simple-to-use, yet powerful Integration Platform as a Service able to handle complex data integration challenges. The cloud-based platform is targeted at SaaS providers, business analysts, IT Pros and system integrators who require speed and flexibility. The platform features an easy-to-use and intuitive interface that provides more control over application integration.
It aims to take hassle out of the integration process and provides developers and business analysts with the agility they need. Dozens of built-in connectors for different technologies and applications help accelerate integration projects, while the cloud-based service makes the whole process simpler, easier and quicker. It allows businesses to create real-time integrations such as CRM to ERP or marketing and helps in seamless migration of data between business applications and from one system to another.
Scribe Insight offers a streamlined approach to data integration for IT pros, business analysts, and systems integrators who prefer an on-premises solution.
Connectivity. Click. Connect. Go.
Scribe accelerates your integration projects with dozens of pre-built connectors for applications and technologies and many examples/StarterPaks to kick-start your development efforts.
Power BI is a cloud-based business analytics service that gives you a single view of your most critical business data. Monitor the health of your business using a live dashboard, create rich interactive reports with Power BI Desktop and access your data on the go with native Power BI Mobile apps. It’s easy, fast, and free.
Excel spreadsheets, cloud services, streaming data, and on-premises databases — no matter where your data lives or what form it’s in, you get a holistic view of the key metrics for your business.
Make data-driven decisions, from anywhere
Keep on top of your data no matter where you are. With touch-enabled native apps for Windows, iOS, and Android, you can access all your data wherever you go.
Curated Content, just for your organization
Create and publish content packs to your team or your entire organization. Your Power BI apps include dashboards, reports, and datasets that provide every user with a personalized view of their business metrics that matter most.
Everyone on the same page
Empower your team to make quick, confident decisions with a single view of your business. Power BI Groups lets you collaborate with key stakeholders to ensure that everyone uses the right data.
SSIS is a platform for data integration and workflow applications. It features a data warehousing tool used for data extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL). The tool may also be used to automate maintenance of SQL Server databases and updates to multidimensional cube data.
SQL reporting services is a server based report designer, builder, and deployment engine made by Microsoft. This can be used to prepare and deliver various interactive and printed reports. With SQL reporting services combined with SQL Server, firms have a unified solution for both report design and data warehousing. SSRS can help you to create tabular, graphical and free-form reports from relational, multidimensional and XML based data sources. The reports can also be published and accessed on demand. SSRS also has a built in scheduling tool to perform basic report deployments via email, file share, or SharePoint.
Microsoft’s SQL Server Analysis Services 2016 is one of the most advanced pieces of software that is run daily by businesses of all stripes, trying to get an edge on their competitors by leveraging the asset-value of their data, instead of holding steadfast to the outmoded notion that data storage costs the organization money and, therefore, data is a liability beyond keeping a year or two in the ERP system. SSAS is not just an online analytical system, a system for transaction processing and data storage, or just a data mining tool; SSAS is all these things and getting even better with age.
SQL Server Analysis Services can provide precalcuation. These aggregations can save a lot of user query response time.
Aggregations are precalculated summaries of data from leaf cells. Aggregations improve query response time by preparing the answers before the questions are asked. For example, when a data warehouse fact table contains hundreds of thousands of rows, a query requesting the weekly sales totals for a particular product line can take a long time to answer if all the rows in the fact table have to be scanned and summed at query time to compute the answer. However, the response can be almost immediate if the summarization data to answer this query has been precalculated. This precalculation of summary data occurs during processing and is the foundation for the rapid response times of OLAP technology.
Azure is gaining traction as the cloud infrastructure of choice for many IT professionals. Here are five reasons these pros are turning to Azure as their cloud platform of choice—and perhaps why your organization should also consider doing so:
1. Closely integrated with other Microsoft tools: For organizations that are reliant on Microsoft tools like SharePoint (which was recently ranked the No.1 platform for enterprise collaboration), Office 365 and Outlook, investing in a cloud platform that seamlessly integrates with Microsoft products makes sense. Organizations can also use the same virtual machines in Azure that they use on-premises, like Windows and Linux, which further simplifies operations. Many industry experts expect Azure to slowly but surely gain adoption due to this ability to offer users a completely seamless and integrated service package.
2. Excellent, reputable standing: Microsoft is considered one of the most credible and reliable long-standing brands in history. The company’s technology powers some of the world’s most recognizable and widely used tools such as Skype, Bing and Xbox.
3. IaaS and PaaS: As mentioned, Azure boasts an enticing combination of IaaS (managed) and PaaS (unmanaged) services. IaaS enables companies to outsource their cloud computing infrastructure and pay for only for what they use. PaaS allows companies to create their own Web apps and/or software without having to buy and maintain the underlying infrastructure. This enables organizations to customize their cloud software—like Office 365, for example—to meet their exact specifications and requirements. Because Azure is an industry leader in both of these categories, companies can more quickly and easily build, deploy and manage applications.
4. Reliability: Continuing on point No. 2 listed above, Azure is backed by Microsoft’s growing number of global managed data centers; currently, the company has data centers across 19 regions. Furthermore, the company boasts 99.95 percent availability and 24/7 tech support and health monitoring.
5. Strong BI and analytics support: Azure provides managed SQL and NoSQL data services and built-in support for digging deeper into data and uncovering key insights for improving business processes and decision making. Specifically, organizations can leverage their SQL Server in the cloud and can use HDInsight, Microsoft Azure’s Apache Hadoop-based cloud service, to build Hadoop clusters to more deeply analyze data.
You know what your organizational goals are, and Dynamics Consultants Group knows Azure. Contact us if you want to learn more about how to use Azure within your organization
As a company, you get to a point where you can’t do everything you’d like to. Clients ask for new services, products, configurations and it can be tough to say no when you don’t have time, the staff or the knowledge.
We know that saying no to new work can often be the right choice, but it can also hurt an existing relationship. Clients may go to a company that can handle their new request and their existing business. Your company should always focus on what you do best.
That’s where white label services can be the perfect solution for your agency. With DCG and your team working together, we can help you:
Increase Customer Loyalty
Business Appears Larger
Better – Stronger Relationships
Dynamic Consultants Group has years of experience working with teams both on-premise and remote in almost every vertical and sector of the market.
This allows you to get the clients that grow your business, and your bottom line.
Do more without the expense of hiring in-house. Call us today, for more information or to set up a custom consultation about how we can help your business.
Dynamic Consultants Group is a global leader in white-label consulting with clients spanning the US and around the Globe. With offices in Kansas City, Missouri, and Chico, California, we’re are able to reach clients anywhere at any time. Large and small, we are able to help any company reach their goals and help build lasting client relationships.
With a skilled team of senior developers, engineers, architects, project managers, and functional consultants. We can scale to the needs of any project for any client. With a fixed hourly rate, this gives you the flexibility to make the profit you desire, all while providing the services you want and need. Never lose a deal again because you don’t have the team to do it.