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Implementing an ERP solution is an important step in ensuring the continued success of your food company. As your business grows in size and complexity, it becomes increasingly important to have a single version of accurate data available at your fingertips so that key performance...

Power BI users get ready to dive into this educational webinar series “Putting Power BI to Work” hosted by PBIUG and Hillstar Business Intelligence’s Company President, Brandon George. If you aren’t familiar with Brandon’s style of sharing information with the Microsoft Community then you are...

A common trend for Microsoft Dynamics customers, is wanting to better understand their purchase analysis, including vendor score carding and insights. This can be difficult at times due to the fact that critical metrics are spread across the general ledger and posted purchase order documents....

At the beginning of the new year, MSDYnamicsWorld.com, released the 2016 BI & Reporting Buying Guide for Microsoft Dynamics, with Hillstar being a leading part of the guide. This is specifically targeted for customers that have invested in the Microsoft ERP + CRM Platforms....

Last year something strange happened at Black Friday. Revenues declined, while fuel prices dropped too. This is very illogical because usually when the fuel prices drop, people are more motivated to make purchases. Over the years, you see that there was a constant growth. This...

Upgrades are one of those topics that seem to be on everyone’s mind. You’re either moving your Microsoft Dynamics AX investment from version 4.0 or 2009 to AX 2012 (R3). Return-on-investment justification crosses the new depth of functional net additions. ...

Business Intelligence has everything to do with insights. Every role inside an organization needs it. In the time Hillstar is providing that insight to organizations, we are often surprised about the trouble many companies have just to analyze data flexibly. How is that possible?...

In the early days of Business Intelligence everything that had to do with ICT, was something the 'ICT-man' was supposed to do. The technician that seemed to think in code. He was the man you went to talk to with your problems, questions and wishes....