Archive for April 29th, 2011

What is Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) and how it is calculated?

The concept that I learned in past 2 days is this: Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) and the way you calculate it. Joshua Burnett has posted an article on this way back in March 2009. Read it here: The DSO Calculation (Days Sales Outstanding)

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Hey Canadian partners please come visit me in Toronto at Virtual Launch Event

| 04/29/2011 | 0 Comments

I’ll be there in person but you can also view online. We invite all Canadian technology partners for Microsoft Dynamics GP to view this virtual launch from the comfort of their home or office

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Feature of the Day: Reporting Ledger Functionality for Fixed Assets Management

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Reporting Ledger Functionality for Fixed Assets Management Why this feature is cool! This feature allows the user to set up a reporting ledger whether Base, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), or Local ledgers for a book ID to report Fixed Assets transactions.

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Dexterity I class scheduled for May 16th – 20th, 2011 will be running as scheduled

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There are 3 seats left and still time to sign up! Come join us in Orlando for Dexterity Basics training. The Dex I class is being held at the facility of Integrated Business Group ( IBG ). IBG is a Certified Partner for Learning Resources and have the best classrooms I have ever seen

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T-SQL "UNION" Vs "TABLE variable"

Very recently I learned this.

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Integration Manager Customer Address Update does not generate an error and does not update

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I worked on a Integration Manager 2010 case recently for a Customer update integration. We ran across an issue when the customer you are updating has the Send Email Statement box marked in the Customer Maintenance Option window. I also had the previous Customer’s address getting updated with the information from the Customer that had the Send Email Statements marked.

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