Edgewater Fullscope Blog

#2 Lesson Learned – A Good Business Leader Must Serve Others First

Jun 18, 2015 5:00:18 PM

Insights from:  Kim Stegall (Fullscope Dynamics Marketing Manager)

The buzz about Alltech Rebelation, the international conference for food and beverage manufacturers and companies to explore innovation, inspiration and world-changing ideas, continues. Rebelation recently drew 3000 attendees from 68 countries, and Edgewater Fullscope, Zero2Ten and Microsoft were there as Commonwealth Club sponsors.

If you know anything about college sports you know Kentuckians are passionate about University of Kentucky (UK) basketball. Why? Because they win, and are led by Rebelation speaker, John Calipari.

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Five Lessons Learned from Being a REBEL

Jun 4, 2015 5:00:14 PM

General C​o​lin Powell Speaks at Alltech REBELation

June Blog Series: A Case For…

Insights From: Kim Stegall (Fullscope Dynamics Marketing Manager)

Two weeks ago in Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky, 3000 people from 68 countries attended Alltech Rebelation, an international conference for food and beverage manufacturers and companies to explore innovation, inspiration and world-changing ideas. Edgewater Fullscope, Zero2Ten and Microsoft were there as Commonwealth Club sponsors of the event. In its 31st year, the leadership conference offered a business, food and beverage and agriculture track, had 121 speakers and attendees included 86 business presidents from 18 countries representing $120 billion in revenue in the dairy, beef, pork, poultry, agriculture, and brewing industries just to name a few. Why did they attend?  To learn how to be rebels in their industries. Here are my five  lessons (presented in a multi-part blog series) learned from being a rebel for a week and why this marketing professional suspects these business leaders will return to Kentucky in 2016.

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Manufacturers Stay Connected: Mobile Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

Feb 24, 2015 4:00:50 PM

February Blog Series: Tools We Love

Insights from: Art Small (Fullscope CRM Solutions Consultant) and CIO Article (8 Enterprise Software Predictions for 2015)

The recent CIO article 8 Enterprise Software Predictions for 2015 by Jennifer Lonoff Schiff predicts that the increasingly mobile workforce will require enterprise CRM solutions that suit its on-the-go needs. 

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Microsoft Dynamics AX ERP for Building Product Manufacturers

Jan 27, 2015 4:00:40 PM

January Blog Series: New & Best Practices

Insights from: The Top Challenges Facing Manufacturers in Construction-driven Markets: How to Meet Them Head On   

Building product manufacturers produce a wide range of materials including architectural and structural metals, plastic resin and synthetic fibers, cement and concrete, wood products, HVAC equipment, switch, connector and other wiring devices, paint and coatings and lighting equipment. With such a broad span of manufacturing industries, each one can face an array of very different operational challenges.

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Gaining Internal Buy-in for ERP System Upgrades Part 2: Upper Management Perspective

Jan 8, 2015 4:00:35 PM

January Blog Series: New & Best Practices

Insights from: Emir Dobraca (Fullscope Account Executive) and Sharon Long (Fullscope Senior Business Analyst)

​Upper management deals with many software business decisions, and when they encounter the possibility of upgrading their manufacturing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software they look to their Information Technology (IT) team to provide them with information that will assist the company in making an informed business decision. 

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How to Use Your ERP to Jump Start 2015 Business Growth

Jan 6, 2015 4:00:24 PM

January Blog Series: New & Best Practices

Insights from: Avalara 

 This week's post is a special addition featuring our partner Avalara, who offers end-to-end sales tax compliance software, all in the cloud. Avalara helps provide fast, easy, accurate, affordable and reliable rate calculation, certificate management and filing.​​

ERP systems offer incredible visibility and control into your business processes, ensuring better compliance across operations. But tax compliance, whether it sales tax calculations, exemption certificate management, or collection and reporting tax, is a daunting process, even when handled within your ERP.  However, automating sales tax calculations and streamlining compliance within the ERP​ can give you a competitive advantage.

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