Corporate ERP Selection: International Business Aspects
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Corporate ERP Selection: International Business Aspects

Corporate ERP Selection: International Business Aspects

1.      ERP at the Head Office, assuming the US or Canada

Usually, this is not a question, but an existing prerequisite. If you go into international business, your company is already established in the country. Let’s assume you are an intermediate organization and use Microsoft Dynamics GP, formerly known as Great Plains Dynamics or enterprise, and this application includes the necessary business logic: Inventory and Warehouse Management, Manufacturing, Logistics, Shipping and Receiving, Sales, Purchases, Fixed Assets, etc. It is natural to issue ideas about implementing Dynamics GP abroad, why not? If needed, we can translate several screens and reports into Brazilian Portuguese, for example, and leave? … Unfortunately, the reality of international business is more complex and you have to think of localization for your country’s subsidiary base, say Brazil

2.      ERP localization

The localization of accounting applications must be understood in two parts. First, it must be translated into the local language. Of course, you don’t want to reinvent the bike and translate Dynamics GP from English to Portuguese at your own expense, you want to know if this has been done. Unfortunately, the answer is no – Dynamics GP is not marketed in countries like Brazil by Microsoft, instead Microsoft Business Solutions Brazil recommends Dynamics AX Axapta or NAV Navision. The second aspect of ERP localization is the local tax code and government reporting compliance. In Brazil, to give you a few examples, you have to apply the logic of sales invoices to support sequential factura figures, plus …

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Is Global Domain International a Good Business to Join?
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Is Global Domain International a Good Business to Join?

Is Global Domain International a Good Business to Join?

GDI – which is short for Global Domains International, is an idea born in 1999 by Alan Ezeir and Michael Reed. Their goal is to start a network marketing business by providing “.ws” domain extensions for “websites”.

This is a Global Domain International Review which aims to determine impartially whether GDI is a good MLM business opportunity that is also legitimate and trustworthy.

The .ws domain from GDI costs 10 $ a month and includes:

  • Register your domain
  • 100MB storage space to host your website
  • a website builder that can help you build your site from scratch very quickly, with 100MB of gallery storage
  • 10 email addresses for each domain, 1 GB of storage space per address
  • the option to forward your domain to another location or to use another hosting company

The compensation package looks like this: You get $ 1 for each new affiliate in your network starting with your direct affiliate at level 1 to indirect affiliation from up to level 5. You may have many affiliates per level that you can add.

There is also a premium package recently introduced for $ 40 a month that compensates $ 15 a month for your first level affiliates and $ 5 for them from level 2 to level 5. The possibility of earning is much higher and every premium affiliate enters the daily lottery for trial registration new ones that don’t have affiliate sponsors.

Let’s look at some of the pros and cons of becoming an affiliate with …

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