Frequently Asked Questions
Calsoft offers services in:
- Business Consulting
- Software Development
- IT & Network Support
- ERP solution based services
- Automotive Parts
- Transport & Logistics
- Food & Beverage
- Process & Discrete Manufacturing
- Service Businesses
The Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) is an international community of organizations with access to resources, programs, tools and connections.
There are three tiers levels partners can achieve which each carry different requirements: Microsoft Certified Partner, Microsoft Silver Certified Partner, and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.
Calsoft is a Microsoft Gold certified partner.
Gold Competencies usually require higher training and performance. Additionally, companies with Gold Competencies are usually required to have at least 4 fully certified employees in their ranks.
Choosing the right Microsoft Partner for your business needs to be done with careful consideration. It’s an important investment on your part and you want the best outcome possible for your company. So, make your questions count before you come to a final decision on which technology company to partner with.
Calsoft have offices in:
- Los Angeles
- New York
ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning Software)
ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is a system that helps businesses streamline important business processes and generates invaluable insights. Investing in an ERP software can help your company bring together different activities, such as accounting, manufacturing, supply chain, sales, marketing, and human resources in one single integrated application and database, instead of having different systems for different departments.
- Improved data security with constant backups
- Accurate real-time data to make better business decisions
- Give employees more tools to increase revenue and hit sales goals
- Enhanced business reporting with a single unified system
- Cloud based mobile accessibility to use from anywhere
In order to successfully implement an ERP, it is essential to fully understand the people involved, align them together, patiently explain the merits for the whole company.
- Determine scope and clarify goals
- Involvement of key person
- Understanding and cooperation from users
- Commitment of management and project manager
When implementing ERP for small/mid/enterprise businesses, it usually takes 3 to 9 months, depending on the scope of requirements. If the system needs to be customized, the duration of the project will change accordingly.
If you want to grow your business and find a way for your organization to improve its workflow, then an ERP could be the answer.
It’s not a matter of if you need an enterprise resource planning software (ERP) but when.
As a company grows, so does its amount of data generated. Managing all that information across multiple platforms becomes costly, time-consuming, and prone to mismanagement.
If your business has reached the level where it’s hard to monitor data and the workflow has become inefficient, you’re probably in need of an ERP.
Microsoft Dynamics 365
Microsoft Dynamics 365 can be used for:
- Bringing your business together as a cohesive unit by connecting people, processes, and data across many applications, including Microsoft Dynamics 365, Office 365, LinkedIn, and Azure.
- Making smarter decisions with built-in AI, analytics, and guided action suggestions.
- Adapting the application to your needs rather than changing your business methodology. You can integrate most applications with existing systems or even customize with Microsoft Power Platform.
- Modernize your approach by incorporating AI, mixed reality, social, and mobile capabilities for progressive business innovation.
The two main ERP systems Dynamics 365 offers is:
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations (Enterprise Edition)
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (Small to medium sized businesses)
You can read more about the difference and comparison between these two systems here.
Dynamics 365 suite is also available in two editions, Business or Enterprise, each with different levels of features and applications.
Other applications in the Dynamics 365 suite includes:
- Dynamics 365 Sales
- Dynamics 365 Service
- Dynamics 365 Customer Data Platform
- Dynamics 365 Human Resource
- Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management
- Dynamics 365 Commerce
- Dynamics 365 Project Service Automation
- Dynamics 365 Marketing
- Dynamics 365 Finance
Dynamics 365 pricing is also a benefit due to its flexible pricing range. It comes with bundle and role-based licensing, and depends of the customer’s business size. Within these packages, customers purchase licenses for each user who will need access to Dynamics 365.
For pricing information, click here.
You can deploy Dynamics 365 Finance + Operations on-premises. When you choose an on-premises deployment type, the system requirements, hardware sizing, and functionality differ from a cloud deployment.
A key feature of Microsoft Dynamics 365 is that it can easily be integrated with other Microsoft solutions as well as third-party applications such as web portals, BI applications, and ERP systems.