Archive for April, 2012
2012 has been a very exciting year – Moving from the chilling cold to burning heat in Jan in Perth (and getting to meet the ‘David Musgrave’) Getting to play a small part at the GP General session at Convergence 2012 (GP with Kinect Warehouse Demo) There’s more coming up on the GP front and the Kinect front this year, but for now I just want to thank everybody involved in the Kinect with GP Demo. If you haven’t seen it yet – I recorded a part of it – Kinect with GP Demo presented at Convergence 2012 You can watch the complete session and many other sessions at at Virtual Convergence To read more about the GP General Session check out the following sessions – Microsoft Convergence 2012 Houston – Day 1: Dynamics GP General Session – David Musgrave Convergence 2012 Wrap Up - Mark Polino The Dynamics GP Blogster: Microsoft Dynamics Convergence Houston 2012 – Day 1 – Mariano Gomez Thank you the GP Product team - Pam, Errol, Jay and Chad for letting me be a part of this, and Mariano and David for their help. This took up a large part of my weekends over the past 5 months – but was totally worth it.
Those who are on Microsoft Dynamics GP 10, would want to seriously think about upgrading their product. Microsoft Dynamics GP Support Blog has posted this morning that Microsoft Dynamics GP 10 Mainstream Support ends on October 9th, 2012
First of all, thanks so much Errol Schoenfish , for instilling that confidence in all of us (Customers/Consultants/Partners) about the great product Microsoft Dynamics GP . For those who are confused about this post; about the title; here you go… From Errol’s own words: The current Microsoft Dynamics GP Statement of Direction accurately talks about our committment to the product. Located here . In the Statement of Direction we talk about our current release + 1 in detail, while painting a picture of what the future beyond holds. When asked “Is GP 15 the last release because that’s the last release showing on the roadmap slide?”, I respond with this, “When I started at Great Plains Software in 1987, Dynamics GP 2010 was NOT on the roadmap slide” So, once again, thanks Errol. That’s the most convincing answer that anyone could give.
Professional Services Tools Library (PSTL) is a sweet bunch of amazing tools that would be any GP Consultant/Administrator’s delight. Want to change a wrongly coded item?