Of Pizza & Pricing: Navigating Microsoft Dynamics 365 Licensing Options

Pizza is wonderful. In part, because it’s so versatile. From the classic cheese and pepperoni, to the deep dish of Chicago, to the highbrow arugula and prosciutto, and of course, the ever-controversial ham and pineapple. The possibilities are endless! Although, if you’re one of those “pineapple and ham” people, we may need to have…

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Pulling a Rabbit Out of the Hat

7 minute read

We had no idea what to do.

We left our planning meeting with the new client and drove back to our offices in near silence.

Normally we leave these meetings with a plan – or at least an idea – in mind.

But this one had us stumped.

The client’s business was providing back…

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Tick Tock…

7 minute read

Time was ticking away for the medical studies department at a top private research university.

Clinical researchers relied on the department’s web collaboration portal to house and share data from their studies of new medicines and medical treatments. And the application was just about to hit its 10-year anniversary – a…

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National Registered Agents, Inc.

2 minute read

Mind Over Machines had a flash of insight: How to identify NRAI’s best prospects.

NRAI sales executives knew the demographics of its best target market: families of companies operating in many states. But these targets are not easy to find. Companies within a “family” of businesses with related ownership can operate…

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Inside the Mind of the CIO

3 minute read

Demonstrating value can often be synonymous with “mission impossible” for many business units, with the obvious exception of the sales team or any team whose primary function is to generate revenue. Demonstrating the value (not to mention value-add) of a stellar IT department is even more challenging, as IT has…

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Azure vs. Amazon – You Know What They Say About Assuming

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