Deryc Turner

Deryc Turner
Deryc Turner has a degree in Economics from Sydney University and is a Fellow of the Australian CPA's. Since 1994 he has been advising small and medium businesses on how to maximize the value of their information systems to gain an unfair advantage over their competition
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Turning digital transformation from burden to benefit

It’s safe to say that digital transformation is one of the buzzwords of the year. It sounds complex, but the premise is quite simple: using technology to automate processes and deliver better information. The process doesn’t disappear; it’s just done electronically rather than manually.

ShipStation Integration to SAP Business One

ShipStation Integration to SAP Business One, the IDC 2020 Leader in Small Office Cloud ERP application

SAP Business One was recently recognized by IDC as Leader in the worldwide software-as-a-service (SaaS) and cloud-enabled small office ERP applications market.

SAP Business One Version 10

SAP Business One Version 10 has a number of new features that extend the power and ease of use of the software. For a small business looking for a complete management and analytics solution in the Cloud to grow their business, this is definitely worth investigating.

5 essential Microsoft Excel tips when migrating data across your business systems (Part 5)

One of the most common challenges and hurdles to overcome when taking on any new software, is how to cleanse data from your old system. Don’t let messy data stop you from moving to a more powerful software platform to run your business. This series of blogs will present 5 of the most used groups of Microsoft Excel features for cleansing your data[...]

5 essential Microsoft Excel tips when migrating data across your business systems (Part 4)

One of the most common challenges and hurdles to overcome when taking on any new software, is how to cleanse data from your old system. Don’t let messy data stop you from moving to a more powerful software platform to run your business. This series of blogs will present 5 of the most used groups of Microsoft Excel features for cleansing your data[...]

5 essential Microsoft Excel tips when migrating data across your business systems (Part 3)

One of the most common challenges and hurdles to overcome when taking on any new software, is how to cleanse data from your old system. Don’t let messy data stop you from moving to a more powerful software platform to run your business. This series of blogs will present 5 of the most used groups of Microsoft Excel features for cleansing your data[...]

5 essential Microsoft Excel tips when migrating data across your business systems (Part 2)

One of the most common challenges and hurdles to overcome when taking on any new software, is how to cleanse data from your old system. Don’t let messy data stop you from moving to a more powerful software platform to run your business. This series of blogs will present 5 of the most used groups of Microsoft Excel features for cleansing your data[...]

5 excel essential tips when migrating data across your business systems (Part 1).

One of the most common challenges and hurdles to overcome when taking on any new software, is how to cleanse data from your old system. Don’t let messy data stop you from moving to a more powerful software platform to run your business. This series of blogs will present 5 of the most used groups of Microsoft Excel features for cleansing your data[...]

Why SAP Business One is Food for Thought.

Running a small food distribution business comes with many challenges. For a start, there are multiple units of measure to contend with – boxes / bags / kilos/ pallets / tins / jars / litres / drums etc. Multiple barcodes from multiple Vendors. Then you have expiry dates, lot or batch numbers to track, customer minimum shelf life requirements to[...]

What insight can a 1000 year old Chinese Philosopher give small business owners in Australia?

Most small business owners view enterprise resource planning (ERP) software as too complex and too expensive for their needs. On the other hand, medium to large businesses owners would argue they could not function without an ERP in place to manage their business.

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