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MyGPcloud Launches Accounting iPhone Application – iPhone Business Apps

Compiled and Edited by: Meredith Wood Bahuriak, NuZoo Media

San Diego, California (PRESS RELEASE – July 12, 2011) – RoseASP announced that online accounting software users of myGPcloud, a Microsoft Dynamics enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution available on-demand in the cloud, can now access their accounting data using myGPcloud Mobile, on all iPhone mobile applications. RoseASP, one of Southern California’s largest providers of hosted Microsoft Dynamics solutions, today announced that online accounting software users of myGPcloud, a Microsoft Dynamics enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution available on-demand in the cloud, can now access their accounting data using myGPcloud Mobile, on all iPhone mobile applications.

iPhone users and customers of myGPcloud now have another way to access and create accounting transactions other than logging into their personal computers. Users will be able to view real-time company data, such as sales, cash, orders, receipts and payables due. These key performance indicators (KPI’s) can be made available to specific users based upon security and roles within the myGPcloud ERP solution. All data is refreshed real-time as information is entered and posted into the accounting/ERP online system.

“Since we launched our initial mobile application on Windows 7 in February, we have had an increasing demand for users of iPhones to be able to access their data in myGPcloud” said Linda Rose, president of RoseASP. “Business owners and executives never stop thinking about their operations so the ability to access important financial data on mobile devices is critical as an ERP cloud solution. Creating an application for the iPhone community was another step in our evolution as an ERP cloud provider.”

The myGPcloud service includes all of the rich accounting, business-intelligence and financial-management features of Microsoft Dynamics® GP, as well as automated on-line provisioning, training videos and guides, template setups and technical support. Users can trial the service for one month, without cost, which includes full ERP capabilities such as manufacturing, supply chain, professional services and not-for-profit modules. The myGPcloud application is available in two versions: Business Essentials (plus) and Advanced Management (plus), and is available in all English speaking countries.

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iPhone Business Apps

The iPhone makes great tools for business. It does not matter if you are trying to find a solution for credit transactions, to monitor you business’ budget, or keep track of your contacts.

Why Do I Want an iPhone Business App?

iPhones are becoming more comfortable at work every day. The Business app category in the App Store on iTunes is flush with apps that range from currency converters to time and expense trackers to job finders. There are business news apps, motivational apps and for the eager-to-impress (aren’t we all?), business etiquette apps and even one to help you knot that perfect tie for a big presentation. Access your desktop computer from anywhere, scan documents, edit spreadsheets, read PDFs and create text documents with a touch of a finger. You can even download apps to handle credit card transactions.

iPhone Business Apps : What to Look For:

The selection of Business apps that are available to help you seize the occupational opportunities and bring home the bacon is varied and plentiful. As you’re considering the tools to add to your iPhone or iPod touch, keep these key elements in mind to help you choose the best ones for your career quest.

Features:

A good Business app will take advantage of the iPhone’s enormous capabilities from its voice recorder to the Maps, Contacts, Calendar and browser applications. Capitalizing on the strengths of the device, an excellent app should provide a full complement of features to enable you to be more productive and proactive in your job.

Interface

An iPhone app of any sort should employ an intuitive, polished interface. You shouldn’t have to guess at how the app ought to work. The developer’s help and support should be easy to find and informative.

Graphics

The industry-leading display of the iPhone is beautiful and the graphics used in the app should take advantage of the device’s capacity. Graphics should be polished, appropriate and have a specific, easily-identifiable use.

Stability

Any iPhone app you choose to use should be stable and run smoothly. A nice feature of some of the best iPhone apps is the low-memory message that is displayed when the operating memory is running low. It’s not a necessary addition but it’s a nice bit of information to have in case you’ve done a lot of work within an app that would be lost if it crashed.

Program Size

Most iPhone Business apps’ program sizes range between .3MB and 12MB. Memory management is important on an iPhone or iPod touch but most business apps won’t crimp your memory too badly.


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