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Microsoft great plains - payroll & hr economical solution? not any more - software


Microsoft Great Plains is main Microsoft Commerce Solutions accounting container for the US market. You be supposed to maybe count on some issues when you have software advance business to be bought by big player - in this case Great Plains Software was bought by Microsoft (Bill Gates was a ally to Doug Burgum - owner and guide of Great Plains Software - Great Plains Dynamics/eEnterprise). We definitely have some authority level in Microsoft Big business Solutions, but what happened is out of our choice level and this is exceedingly sad story.

OK. Let's go to the story itself. Assume - you are small band who serves to your clients as payroll/Humane Capital outsourcer. Old-days Great Plains Dynamics on Ctree or All-encompassing SQL/Btrieve was exceptional and low-cost solution. You could have all your clients need installed on your home laptop someplace in Southern States, enjoying the sun and the information of California for k$2 per year with Great Plains software list price of about k$10 with ad nauseam come to of Payroll/HR employees

Now - you have hasty tempest - over Florida - a big cheese who is in allegation in Microsoft - but especially lacking clear accord on what is in stake - this anyone needs to retune the cheap Great Plains version. Good - now you have Small Commerce Administrator with restriction on member of staff count, then you have so-called Great Plains Average which is free on MSDE and MS SQL Attendant 2000 - it caps you at 500 employees and . . . - as a consequence of this certitude - you can't conduct your commerce with Microsoft Commerce Solutions any more.

We have compound examples of our customers who had to change to Accpac, Adapta Soft and other cheap vendors of Payroll HR versions lacking limitation on the digit of employees. We do emphatically accept the right of Microsoft to compete with Oracle, SAP and PeopleSoft - but what is going on is doubtless non-planned and side achieve of the blend which was made too soon. Of avenue the need to be over the agreement with Invasive software was a good idea - but callous your small loyal customers - we essentially doubt this

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About The Author

Andrew Karasev is Chief Knowledge Detective in Alba Spectrum Technologies - USA countrywide Microsoft CRM, Microsoft Great Plains customization company, based in Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, Seattle, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, and Miami and having locations in compound states and globally (www. albaspectrum. com), he is Dexterity, SQL, VB/C#. Net, Precious stone Information and Microsoft CRM SDK developer.

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