We’re participating in GP Optimizer’s Free Virtual Event

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Supply Chain disruption has put significant pressure on performance for organizations. Supply Chain lead times are less predictable causing companies to increase on hand inventory levels - which in turn affects cash flow because of higher investment levels. Overall, these factors mean that staffs are busier and margins are tighter.

Here at Horizons we have a mission to support small and mid-size companies with the kind of functionality often found only in larger firms. We are aware that there is a need to obtain greater efficiency for tools already in use and important decisions to be made about additional investments that will yield productivity and improved customer satisfaction.

That is why we are pleased to participate in the GP Live virtual user conference hosted on Tuesday, July 28th and Thursday, July 30th. The conference will feature an expert crew of ISVs for two full days of online, real-time, interactive education. Attendees will get tons of info and tips for Supply Chain, Paperless and Payroll, Cloud Apps and Automation.

A few of the topics other ISVs are speaking on:

  • How Dynamics GP Users Can Comply with COVID-19 FFCRA and CARES Act Legislation
  • Hackers, Phishers, and Remote Workers
  • Pricing Pains in the Supply Chain
  • Why sales tax should be part of your cloud strategy
  • Enabling Your Remote Workforce from Payables to Payment

And WE will be speaking on Day 2, at 12:30 EST along with Blue Moon Industries about improving Efficiency in our Changing Supply Chain World.

There is also the chance to win prizes and earn CPE credits.

Check out http://www.gpoptimizer.com/index.php/gp-optimizer-live/ for the FULL session list and descriptions. Register for both days, or either day. Remember this is a free event so be sure to let everyone on your team know they can participate too.

See you there!

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