Archive for July 31st, 2012
Continuing Mark Polino’s weekly DynamicAccounting.net series of posts recommending an MS Connect suggestion. This weeks is a vote on changing the default SmartList visibility option. This suggestion differs from the previous ones as it is one of Mark’s own suggestions … Continue reading →
Microsoft have started the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day series on the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog. The tenth feature they’ve announced is some enhancements to the Alternative/Modified Forms and Reports window
Welcome to the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day. Today we are showing you what is new in the alternatemodified Forms and Reports window to make it easier for you to use.
Have you ever wanted to review an Excel report and immediately drill down into Dynamics GP to find information about the item in question? You can do that utilizing Drill Down Builder. Using Drill Down Builder, you can add drill downs into any office application and Excel Report Builder reports
After my DW/BI post yesterday, a reader mailed me pointing me to the Creating an Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) for Consolidated Business Intelligence (CBI) Series by John Lowther. John has some great ideas – and recommendations, so check it out. Here’s the summary from John’s blog – RECAP As the last post in this series, I wanted to recap and try to give a high level of what we wish to accomplish. If you remember on the first post we wanted to achieve two things, and that was not to hurt the performance of the Applications or of the BI Solution.
Well, I’m just back from the Prometric test centre with an updated Microsoft Dynamics GP certification. I gained the Microsoft Dynamics GP 10 Financials certification a few years back and, as it was about to expire, I’ve just been and … Continue reading →