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Read the latest technology news and software solutions that are directly impacting the Professional Services Industry. See how you can better leverage solutions like Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics NAV with useful productivity tips, features and updates to better your Professional Services Firm.

February 20, 2018

Utilizing Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Dynamics NAV for Professional Services

Digital transformation can be a long process to achieve. And in many cases, businesses don’t feel the need to make the switch because they feel that many types of software […]
February 6, 2018
Professional Services, Dynamics NAV, Cloud Computing

Why Billable Hours Are The World’s Most Perishable Piece of Inventory

As a professional services firm, you understand the value of an hour – every hour billed is a dollar earned. Unfortunately, you also understand that every hour lost negatively effects […]
January 11, 2018
Dynamics NAV, Cloud Computing

Microsoft Dynamics NAV for Project Driven Consulting Firms

We are happy to announce our team at 360 Visibility has begun to take a new step towards providing unparalleled insight to those who specialize in Professional Services. With 360 […]
June 24, 2013
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360 Visibility Receives Microsoft Dynamics Accreditation

360 Visibility announced today that its 360 Property Manager© application which includes Lease Management, Deal Management, Maintenance, Scheduling and the strength of Microsoft Dynamics NAV Financial Management has passed the […]
September 28, 2011
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10 Things You Need to Know About PSOs, PSAs and CRMs

10 Things You Need to Know 1. The global PSA software market will hit a staggering $7.63 billion by the year 2017, according to new research from Global Industry Analysts, […]
August 25, 2011

The Economics of the Cloud – Leaving the Horse Whip Behind

The Cloud Although it’s still early days, from a long-range historical point of view, the cloud has actually hovered above our various computer-powered preoccupations for a good few years now. […]
February 10, 2011
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Welcome the E-Lawyer

When is a law office not a law office? Only when the person making the pronouncement is too close-minded to acknowledge how the parameters of what defines a modern professional […]
January 5, 2011

Project and Resource Management: 7 Tips to Improve

Planning is Everything Planning is everything. It’s thanks to its clever application, after all, a fella can save for the Varadero beach eight months before his travel date, cut a […]
October 13, 2010
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A Plan for the People – Strategic Resource Planning

A professional services firm’s ability to manage its resources smartly is more critical today than ever before. And even if you have yet to board the train of technological progress […]
September 14, 2010
360 Visibility Blog, azure, cloud, Office 365, Dynamics, Microsoft

Management Consulting: Power Visibility & Profits

More than ever, management consulting firms must better focus their efforts on managing projects for profitability — or be content doing without profits altogether, cautions a report issued recently by […]
September 10, 2010

Top 5 Profit Boosts for Agencies & PR Firms

Under Pressure Project-based businesses are under more pressure than ever to turn profits from inside cleverly organized and efficiently managed operations. All due to: -The hammering effects of the economy. […]
August 30, 2010
360 Visibility Blog, azure, cloud, Office 365, Dynamics, Microsoft

Engineering Firms: Delivering On-Time & Under Budget

A recent report from the Aberdeen Group, a Boston-situated provider of fact-based business research for corporations and individuals, suggests that project-based businesses—including engineering firms—could benefit dramatically from the adoption of […]
August 18, 2010
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Four Ways to Boost Your PR Firm

Public Relations (PR) specialists are unique beasts. In their sweaty palms rests the fate of any number of companies; every client a potential runaway hit or crash-and-burn failure. It’s the […]
August 11, 2010

Yanking Agency Operations into a Digital Present

Back in the day, the advertising field was populated by a scattering of small but innovative firms—little knots of original thought, whose output was impressive for its cleverness, if not […]
July 28, 2010
360 Visibility Blog, azure, cloud, Office 365, Dynamics, Microsoft

Seven Tips for Forecasting Success

Forecasting – Essential to Every Strategic Business Decision Call it an art or call it a science—just so long as you call it essential to the continued success of your […]
March 15, 2010
360 Visibility Blog, azure, cloud, Office 365, Dynamics, Microsoft

Making Time – The Value Of Being Smarter With Fewer Resources

In a recent example of Barack Obama’s estimable prowess as an orator, the president referred to corporate America’s ability “to squeeze more productivity out of the workers that they’ve got; […]
December 3, 2009

Engineering ERP Alternatives – A Look at Engineering Business Software

A Better Way Just because something has always been done a certain way doesn’t mean it can’t be done another way. A better way. Particularly if the first way has […]
August 13, 2009
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6 Ways Technology Will Improve Your Management of Billable Hours

The concept of billable hours first drew the attention of the world around the same time nuclear power and Gordie Howe did: in the 1950s. All these years later, we […]
October 23, 2006
360 Visibility Blog, azure, cloud, Office 365, Dynamics, Microsoft

Expense consolidation – taking care of the bottom line

Top Priority Revenue generation is a top priority, of course. But it is equally important that the greatest possible number of top-line revenue dollars make it to the bottom line. […]