Visual ERP Mysteries

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  • On April 30, 2019
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I love a good mystery. As I kid, I would read Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys or Ellery Queen. Who would have thought that reading those novels in the early days would have been training for working with Visual ERP? They helped hone my investigative skills. Now, my days are filled with mysteries. I thought I […]
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Is there Gold in them their hills in Visual ERP?

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  • On March 30, 2019
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What?  Gold in Visual ERP?  You betcha.  Have you ever wondered if transactions are being processed properly in Visual? Especially, inventory transactions.  There can be so many of these with lots of different people involved.  With that volume of transactions there is definitely a possibility for problems.  If you want to get a comfort level, […]
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Words are easy to maneuver but numbers don’t lie … in Visual ERP

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  • On February 26, 2019
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Who would have thought that an island tour of Antigua would be full of wisdom about Visual ERP? But there was so much that we gleaned from our trip that we just had to share. SHAWN WISDOM #1 We were picked up at our resort and within a minute, our driver, Shawn stated “Words are […]
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Visual ERP Requests That Come in Three’s

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  • On January 29, 2019
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You know the old adage where “Everything comes in Three’s”.  Well that has been the case the past couple of weeks. At 3 different clients, I have had the request: “We want to add some extra costs to our work orders. How can we do that?” Now we go down the discovery path. Kim:                      […]
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A Holiday Classic and Visual ERP.

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  • On December 21, 2018
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As we go into the holiday season, I had a little fun with a holiday classic and Visual ERP.   ‘Twas the night before Go Live, when all through the plant, Not a creature was stirring, not even an ant; The data was entered in the tables with care, In hopes that the Go Live […]
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Is it time in Your Infor Visual ERP?

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  • On November 30, 2018
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It is that time of year. You know, time to get the turkey, time to buy gifts, time to put up the decorations, time for baking treats. But might it also be time to update your standard costs in Visual ERP?  You might say: but we are an actual costing database- we don’t use standards. […]
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Visual ERP Upgrade vs New Car

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  • On October 29, 2018
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   My husband always wants a new car. He wants something faster, sleeker, sportier or maybe like one of his friends. Yes, he has car envy. It leads to lots of interesting discussions. Like: do we really “need” one? What options will this new car have? Is it worth the cost? My favorite question – “What colour would […]
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Strike 2 Visual ERP

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  • On September 24, 2018
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    It is a big week in Canada. What is it? Trump & NAFTA? Start of hockey season? No – It is the potential mail strike. We should know on Sept. 26th if there will be a strike …. or not. That got me to thinking about my blog from a couple of years […]
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Oh – That Secret Question with Visual ERP

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  • On August 31, 2018
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Periodically, I get a call that goes something like this: Bob – (You know, Bob, the accountant) – “We need to change our year-end in our Visual ERP system.” What Bob might be really saying is we are being sold which will require changing our year-end.  Sometimes, clients are not able to disclose the sale […]
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A Week in the Life of a Visual ERP Consultant

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  • On July 30, 2018
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The old adage: “Variety is the Spice of Life”, definitely applies to my life as a Visual consultant. There are so many ways to use Visual, lots of different types of manufacturing companies, so many different functions in Visual and lots of little questions or puzzles. Just to give you a flair for this lifestyle […]
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