labour time reporting on site

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Pictured above: the LTR on the left, replacing the old punch card system on the right. The Vox ISM Labour Time Reporting (LTR) is a module designed specifically for the NAV platform. It is a browser based application that tracks hours for payroll (HR), jobs, and production orders. How does it work? To start their… Read more »

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Canadian manufacturing sales

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Yesterday The Toronto Star and Statistics Canada revealed that for the 3rd consecutive month manufacturing sales across Canada were up! The 1.1% increase in Canadian manufacturing sales brings May 2017’s sales to $54.6 billion. This is largely in part to the success of the transportation equipment, and chemical manufacturing industries. Within the subset of the… Read more »

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vox ism careers - we're hiring

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Job description Microsoft Dynamics NAV Manufacturing Consultant The Manufacturing Consultant – will be responsible for the implementation and training of the manufacturing module. Manufacturing experience, good communication skills, and interest in Technology. The Vox ISM Sales Team Our MS Double Gold-Certified Dynamics NAV and CRM practice is a rapidly growing leader in the Canadian Manufacturing… Read more »

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Cells for Life cord blood bank

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In today’s world the growing demand for information is only exceeded by the demand for information now. The race to the top is won or lost based on your company’s ability to recognize, understand and react faster than your competitors. So how quickly do you need your information? Or better yet, how often do you… Read more »

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Cells for Life cord blood bank

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  Effective May 15, 2016 until June 25, 2016, all existing customers that meet the eligibility criteria (below) can take advantage of the “Get 3 More 4 Less Promotion” discount when adding 3 to 15 Full Users to their existing deployment of Microsoft Dynamics NAV.  Under the terms of this promotion, eligible existing customers may receive… Read more »

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Cells for Life cord blood bank

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Great news for southern Ontario manufactures, the Yves Landry AIME and CME SMART funding are back! Ontario manufacturing is booming. Thanks to a weak Canadian dollar, rapid U.S. economic growth and lower oil prices. However, old technology and low capacity has many businesses feeling unprepared to keep-up with the increased production demands. But thanks to… Read more »

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We are proud to welcome several new Ontario based Microsoft Dynamics CRM and ERP customers spanning a variety of industries, including Industrial Equipment, Community Health Care, Plastic Injection Mold Making, Packaging Solutions, Oil and Gas, Automotive Fixtures, and Metal Fabrication. Décor Grates (high quality decorative and functional vents and grilles), Mé Algoods Casters (metal fab, distribution),… Read more »

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Cells for Life cord blood bank

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“The reality is that the cost of implementing a mid-market to high-end accounting software system will typically range from 1:1 to 2:1 compared to the cost of the software.” ~ J. Carlton Collins, CPA  Vox ISM Vertical Accelerator reduces implementation and training costs with software customized for the Canadian market by industry specific verticals. Vox… Read more »

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By Jim Heaton, March 27 2014 Toronto, On – Vox ISM is pleased to announce that we will be launching our latest release of the Vox ISM Vertical Accelerator.  We will be presenting the solution at the Microsoft Canada Building in Mississauga on Wednesday morning April 9th and by a live web broadcast for those… Read more »

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Cells for Life cord blood bank

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Unless you’re a regular subscriber to CIO magazine, you probably haven’t even heard of business intelligence. Over this past weekend, I was out with some friends who I haven’t seen for a while and it came up in casual conversation. Even though these guys were executives in large Toronto companies, they really had no idea… Read more »

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