accounting-software-malaysia

5 Key Advantages of On-Premise Accounting Software

Cloud-based software often known as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), is hosted on the vendor’s servers and accessed through a web browser. On-premise software is installed locally, on a company’s own computers and servers. Choosing between SaaS and on-premise accounting software requires a deeper and thorough analysis of your business. In this post, we will cover 5 key benefits of on-premise accounting software…

What’s next for Dynamics 365 for SMBs

Today we learned via Znet that Microsoft waffles and rethinks its strategy around how to sell Dynamics 365 to small and mid-size businesses. Microsoft originally announced plans for Dynamics 365 in July 2016. Officials said at that time that Dynamics 365 would be largely a repackaging and re-architecting of the capabilities of Dynamics CRM, Dynamics AX, and Project Madeira. Project Madeira,…

Why Accounting Software is important for SME in Malaysia

The primary role of accounting software is to keep track of the cash flows documents and processes, perform calculations, transactions and generate reports. When choosing your accounting software you must consider the ways you will use it. If you are a large business employing many people then you may need something more powerful than what a local small business may…

How Many Companies Use Microsoft Dynamics ERP in 2013, 2014 & 2015?

I’m sure this is the most frequently ask question when people evaluating Microsoft Dynamics ERP system :”How many companies are using Microsoft Dynamics?” At Convergence 2015 in Atlanta, the meeting point for the Microsoft customer, prospective customer, and partner business community, Jim Desler, Director, Corporate Communications at Microsoft shared the recently updated numbers of companies using Microsoft Dynamics in 2015…