We are inviting you to join our live webinar on Tuesday, March 6th for SMB Inventory Management (WMS) for Distribution and Field Service.
We are inviting you to join our live webinar on Thursday, February 22nd for an educational series to learn about 9 GP add-on solutions.
The preview of Dynamics 365 for Marketing is now available!
Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Marketing will include:
Sales and marketing alignment
SMB Suite formed a team to particiate in a 5k for a great cause, to help fund research to fight cancer! We will proudly wear our SMB T-shirts and walk (or run) the 5K on Saturday, March 24th, 2018!
We are inviting you to join our live webinar tomorrow, Thursday the 25th of January, to learn all about the new features and enhancements in the newly released version of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018.
It’s critical for staff at all companies to prioritize their daily tasks to allow as much time as possible to focus on the core competency of the business. After all, this is why the company exists; administrative tasks are part of life, sure, but it’s not supposed to eat up the entire day.
This is not easy, of course, especially for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) where employees often have so much on their list to sort through. Typically, these employees wear several hats, meaning many line items on their to-do lists are more about maintenance than productivity. They also spend significant time putting out “fires” (and in the SMB space, there are many) and dealing with “drive-by” disruptions (other people who interrupt the flow by asking questions and adding tasks to your list).
At SMB Suite customer security is always our top priority. In an effort to keep you well informed: an industry-wide, hardware-based security vulnerability was recently disclosed. We are taking active steps to ensure that no SMB Suite Cloud customer is exposed to these vulnerabilities. At the time of this email, SMB Suite has not received any information to indicate that these vulnerabilities have been used to target SMB Suite Cloud customers. Per Microsoft, the nature of these vulnerabilities will require updates to both hardware and software to mitigate the issues.