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Edgewater Fullscope Blog

Chemical Manufactures – How to Maintain Compliance with Microsoft Dynamics

May 3, 2018 7:00 AM

One of the most important aspects to your chemical manufacturing business is having an ERP system that is aware of product restrictions and enables you the ability to stay compliant with the multitude of industry regulations. When your ERP system is aware of set restrictions, detecting mistakes early on in the process is possible.

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The Top 5 Challenges Facing Specialty Chemical Manufacturers and How to Solve Them

Apr 25, 2018 6:00 AM

Chemical manufacturing is a uniquely complex industry that entails substantial requirements in order to maintain compliance. With biyearly modifications, new compliance and regulatory requirements happening every single year, the ability to continually adjust for things like: GHS, FRFA, OSHA, DHS, HCS, CFET and REACH can be challenging. 

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3 Options for Equipment Dealers to Maintain Consistency in Their CRM and ERP Data

Feb 23, 2018 7:00 AM

Accurate data management is a fundamental process for equipment dealers, especially between multiple systems. There are different types of methods that can be applied when managing records in Dynamics 365, specifically when it comes to ERP and CRM integration. Logging information, whether it be through your ERP system or CRM, requires careful tracking in order to maintain accurate and organized records during the constant flow of information between the two systems.  The process can be manually driven to ensure a person is reviewing each change to fully automated. 

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More than a CRM Partner, a Business Advocate

Mar 23, 2017 8:00 PM

We have a lot of information online about our approach from an implementation, education and adoption standpoint. We’ve developed a very special methodology to ensure that our customers fit into the CRM success statistics vs. failed CRM implementation stats. However, before our customers ever become customers there are a few key conversations that have to happen. Towards the end of these conversations is the proposal review. I’d like to share with you a few things you can count on from our team in a proposal review:

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Fullscope EDGE for AX Achieves Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) Certification Status

Nov 10, 2015 7:00 PM

Fullscope EDGE for AX is now certified by Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), a leading provider of independent software research, evaluation tools and selection services. EDGE for AX completed the certification program which included a scripted product demonstration session and benchmarking analysis with a TEC research analyst.

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AXUG & CRMUG Kicks Off with Advice from Storm Chaser George Kourounis – No Fear!​​

Oct 13, 2015 8:00 PM

October Blog Series: Saving Time & Energy

Insights From: Jamie Bracewell (Edgewater Fullscope, ​Director of Marketing)

Edgewater Fullscope is pleased to have a large ERP and CRM team at the AXUG and CRUMG Summits in Reno, NV, and we look forward to an exciting week with our customers, partners and Microsoft friends.

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Lifecycle Services (LCS) for AX Supports the Way You Do Business

Aug 27, 2015 8:00 PM

August Blog Series: Tips & Tricks

Insights From: Doug Payton (Fullscope Technical Consultant) and Sharlee Cobb (Fullscope Senior Project Manager)

The second episode of our Lifecycle Service (LCS) podcast series takes a closer look at some LCS features including: the business process modeler, the customization analysis tool and the license sizing estimator. Take a listen to the FullFocus episode below.

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Empower Your Mobile Manufacturing Workforce with Dynamics AX

Jun 10, 2015 8:00 PM

June Blog Series: A Case For…

Today's workforce is becoming increasingly mobile, and according to the blog Mobile ERP: It Doesn't Have to Hurt! and Forrester Research three out of every 10 workers are considered fully mobile. With 30 percent of workers working remotely on a regular basis, it is growing increasingly important for manufacturers to provide its teams with the mobile tools they need to get the job done.

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