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Congratulations to Sunwing Travel Group Inc.!

Sunwing Travel Group Inc. has made the 2014 list of Canada’s Top 500 Fastest-Growing Companies  as featured in PROFITguide.com. According to PROFIT, with 1,445 employees and revenue of over $1 billion, Sunwing has achieved growth of 215% since 2008; quite the feat in the completive travel industry within Canada.

Partnering with TGO Consulting

Sunwing Airlines, which is a part of Sunwing Travel Group, has been a long standing client of TGO’s. In 2001, Sunwing Airlines, first approached TGO looking to change their existing accounting system, Sage ERP Accpac (now known as Sage 300) to Microsoft Dynamics GP.  The goal was to align their system with their parent company. Since that time Sunwing has acquired additional companies that are also running on Dynamics GP.  We are pleased that Dynamics GP and TGO have been able to support Sunwing’s growth over the last 13 years.

Read the full PROFIT article here.

About Sunwing Travel Group Inc.

Sunwing Travel Group is the largest integrated travel company in North America, comprised of Sunwing Vacations, a leading leisure tour operator in Canada, Sunwing Airlines, Canada’s premier leisure airline, Signature Vacations, one of Canada’s leading tour operators for all inclusive package vacations, SellOffVacations.com and Luxe Destination Weddings, travel retail businesses, Blue Diamond Hotels & Resorts, an innovative hotel management company operating resorts under the Royalton, CHIC and Memories brands, Vacation Express, a growing tour operator in the United States, and NexusTours, which provides destination management services to individuals, agencies, tour groups, corporate businesses and tour operators.


About Sunwing Airlines

Sunwing Airlines is Canada’s leading high frills, low cost airline. Their award winning, Champagne service has been voted #1 by customers and travel agents for the last four years. Sunwing Airlines operates a fleet of over 21 aircraft and is part of The Sunwing Travel Group which is Canada’s largest leisure company comprising Tour Operators, Airlines and retail travel agencies. The head office is located in Toronto with regional offices throughout Canada, the Caribbean and Europe.

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Read more on "4 Key Features to Look for in your ERP" » Responsiveness

This blog post is part of a series on the “Future of ERP”. Over the past few weeks, we looked at the next generation of Enterprise Resource Planning systems, what to expect and what’s already available. Catch up on last week’s post, 3 Ways to Increase the Usability of Your Software.

As your business grows, so do the demands of your processes. With the growing needs of an expanding business, an integrated ERP solution should adapt to fit your company’s specific requirements. It will also allow you to take back control over the important areas of your business.

The key features you should look for in your ERP system are:


Using a modern ERP solution will increase the velocity of which your information travels, increasing efficiency and effectivity. Improved and structured processes will close or reduce gaps, empowering your employees to get tasks done faster and serve your customers better.


Failing to deliver in the area of quality can have detrimental implications to your business. With the ERP Solutions of the future, your company can enforce quality control processes and remain consistent with the level of service or product you deliver.


Implement complete forward and backward transaction traceability. Recognize issues, track problems and identify solutions while taking control of the situation immediately at multiple levels.


Locations, time-zones and appointments are no longer barriers for collaboration. Team members can access their modern ERP solution from anywhere on any device, share documents and modify information with the click of a button.

What else can your ERP do or should be doing? Download our eBook, “The Future of ERP” to learn more.

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Ready for the new GP release?

According to MSDynamicsWorld.comMicrosoft Dynamics GP 2015 is scheduled to be released on December 1st this year, which is only two months away. With this exciting news, we wanted to give you the inside scoop and promote the latest advancements in the upcoming Dynamics GP release.

The Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog has started a series of posts that has listed all the advances that are underway. This blog post intends to shadow these posts and focus on the main features of this approaching release.

 These major advances include enhancements in:
  • Service Based Architecture (SBA)
  • Workflow
  • Identity Management
  • Team Manager

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1. Service Based Architecture

To begin, Dynamics GP 2015 will focus on Service-Based Architecture that will permit Microsoft Dynamics GP to run smoothly on Azure (Microsoft’s cloud platform), and expand Partner and Independent Software Vendor (ISV) capabilities to build mobile and companion applications.

In other words, it will allow accessibility on various platforms and integrating with cloud-based applications. Also, with the addition of these functions, partners and ISVs can build more vigorous integrations or create applications in the platforms of choice expanding reach, depth and capability of Microsoft Dynamics GP.



There are also new debugging tools around the service based architecture that will be available with the release of Dynamics GP 2015 including:

  • GP Service Log – Check here if you’re looking for a source of a problem, but have little information to go on; great for generic errors.
  • Dexterity Service Log – This log file will contain information to help resolve configuration errors with the environment or if there are structural errors in the request being made
  • Request Log – It gives you information including errors and context for one single request
Service Based Architecture Deployment

2. Team Manager

Employee Profile, Skills & Training
As part of the Employee Self Service functionality managers can see and/or edit their team members’ data including Address/Phone Number, Dependents, Emergency Contacts and Position History in the new Employee Profile window.
The Employee Skills & Training window allows managers to view and edit the Education and Tests for their team members. Managers can also view the Skills and Training for each employee. Manager submitted tasks will still flow through workflow for approval or notification.

Employee Profile Employee Profile, Skills and Training


Project Employee Expense Report Entry
Project Accounting employees can create expense reports for any projects to which they are assigned. Employees can also be set up to allow delegates to enter expense reports on their behalf. Workflow approvals and task assignments are defined for expense reports; workflow actions are executed on the documents from the Expense Entry window or from the Navigation lists.

Employee Expense Entry

To Be Continued…

Stay tuned next week where we will continue to examine the other two enhancements in GP 2015:

  • Identity Management
  • Workflow



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Email: info@tgo.ca

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Read more on "3 Ways to Increase the Usability of Your Software" » implementation ERP

This blog post is part of a series on the “Future of ERP”. In the next few weeks, we will look at the next generation of Enterprise Resource Planning systems, what to expect and what’s already available. Catch up on last week’s post, Boldly Go Where You’ve Never Gone Before…With Your ERP.

The Future of ERP is here. It’s simple, to get the most of your solution, it needs to be user-friendly. If an ERP system is built for function and you are finding it difficult to use, the system is likely to fail because of the usability and entry barriers created.

But what makes a software solution easier to use?

1. Any Device, Any Time

It doesn’t matter if you are using a tablet, laptop, smartphone or desktop, your ERP System should perform the same on all devices with no restrictions.

2. Intuitive Workflows

A usable system should include visual process maps that give you a graphical step-by-step view to complete a task, and it should be as easy to navigate as a web browser.

 3. Personalized Views and Custom Access

Your system should create custom tailored roles for each specific position in your business. For example, a developer would benefit from a different view than a sales person, which eliminates the clutter of irrelevant information for each role.


Reduced Training Time and Cost

The more intuitive and easy to use the software is, the less time it takes to train employees, saving companies time and money.

What else can your ERP do or should be doing? Download our eBook, “The Future of ERP” to learn more.

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Read more on "Boldly Go Where You’ve Never Gone Before…With Your ERP" »

This blog post is part of a series on the “Future of ERP”. In the next few weeks, we will look at the next generation of Enterprise Resource Planning systems, what to expect and what’s already available. Catch up on last week’s post, Drive Profitability from Within.

Expanding your business to new markets can be costly. If you can’t sustain your profitability when you grow, you will be forced to scale back down. This is where a comprehensive ERP system is critical. The system will allow you to manage inventory, logistics, client records and regulatory processes. An ERP solution should grow with your business, helping sustain profitability and streamline processes.

Here’s what you should be looking for in an ERP system when expanding into new markets:

Adaptable to Company Needs

Circumstances change as new business opportunities arise. It is essential that your ERP system is flexible and able to adapt to your company’s shifting needs. You should be able to constantly integrate new applications that allow you to take advantage of more opportunities.

A Complete View of Operations

An ERP solution should help you access and utilize a global view of your operations. Ideally, you want to be able to view your business as a whole, from anywhere. For example, with a modern ERP solution, you can manage inventory in all your locations and allow you to serve customers better.

global ERP
Ability to Manage Global Finances

With a state-of-the-art ERP solution, connect all locations, from different cities and countries, with a completely agile and coherent view of your finances. Reduce the cost of maintaining costly IT infrastructure and manage international business as easily as you manage local operations.

Multiple Languages

Expanding into international markets presents language barriers for both your prospective clients and your team. The right software solution will allow all geographic areas of your business to function in their native tongues and operate with their native currency, helping to alleviate some of these international business barriers.

What else should your ERP system be doing? Download our eBook, “The Future of ERP” to learn more.

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