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I am thinking about to implement an efficient ERP solution in my small company. Please anyone explain to me the Microsoft Dynamics ERP solution. How it is better than the Oracle ERP solution? Is it a better system than a casual employee time clock system?
Cloud-based time and attendance software systems have truly become game changers when it comes to providing cost effective business solutions to small and medium sized companies.
For small and medium sized companies, the best solution is Microsoft Dynamics. I suggest NAV. NAV is the easiest customization solution and you can easy adjust them to your own needed.
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Hi, As per my knowledge Both Dynamics and Oracle EBS are good ERPs and very much in demand. However, I think the target markets are different. Oracle seems to target big companies who can afford the high cost of implementation. Microsoft, on the other hand, targets mostly mid-sized companies though recently we have seen some large companies moving towards Dynamics AX especially the 2012R3 version.
It is hard to say which is better than the other but from a consulting perspective, knowing both will make you stronger in the consulting world. If you want more information about Oracle ERP Click here.
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