Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook Has Been Published

In October last year I started work with Packt Publishing on an updated version of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Cookbook by Mark Polino. The new book is the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook and I was told by the … Continue reading

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook Has Been Published

June 5, 2013 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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Tech Tuesday: Publishing Nodes

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June 4, 2013 · Abbey · No Comments
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Microsoft Forecaster Data Transfer Tool Updated … – MSDN Blogs

The Microsoft Forecaster Data Transfer Tool has been updated to include support for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013. You can download the updated Microsoft Forecaster Data Transfer Tool from CustomerSource. 0 Comments 

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June 4, 2013 · Jill Carter · No Comments
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Dynamics GP Technical Airlift – More Cool Info!

First, we have added a FOURTH pre-day topic.  John Dooley will be putting on his Dynemo session as well as helping to teach you some exciting demo tools and techniques.

Second, we are moving all of the major GP announcements to be delivered at just two events – Convergence and Tech Airlift.  And we have some exciting information that you’ll get at this Airlift.  I can’t say what it is, but I’ll be honest – you thought the web client was the last big news?  Hardly!  The Dev Team has some EXCITING announcements for you!

Come to Fargo, and see us!

 

Event Details

 

Dates: September 18 – 20, 2013

Where: Microsoft Campus – Fargo, ND

Visit http://gptechnicalairlift.com for more details or to register!

 

Come Early!

For even more in-depth training covering FOUR special topics, join us on September 17, for our Pre-Conference Training. For more details, visit http://gptechnicalairlift.com/support-pre-conference-training/

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June 4, 2013 · Jay Manley MSFT · No Comments
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Customer Claim: you’d be "stupid" not to have it!

The SSI Group is leading the healthcare industry in claims management technology, EDI Platforms and networking. They provide a wide range of provider/payer/physician services and technologies for managing the revenue cycle.

Processing over 350 million transactions annually and relying on SmartList in Microsoft Dynamics GP as their reporting tool, The SSI Group, Inc. began to search for a solution that would provide flexible reporting. They found with SmartList that the reports were “antiquated and inflexible” and that most reports required “manual” work anyway – exporting to Excel to do totaling, subtotaling and adding more filters.  At a training class hosted by the eOne team, Jason Jones, Financial Analyst at SSI, found the solution. Click HERE to learn why Jones thinks “you would be stupid not to have it (SmartView)!” explaining that: “just the flexibility of it gives you the information that SmartList does not give you. It makes it faster, easier and you can drill it down to exactly what you need, right there inside the tool!”
 
Do you use SmartList or SmartList Builder? Have you been introduced to SmartView yet? Please contact our team to learn more about it or email me directly abbey.cooper@eonesolutions.com.

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June 3, 2013 · Abbey · No Comments
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GPUG Summit 2013

Its that time of the year – start planning for GPUG Summit 2013. Everything GPUG is great value if you work with Dynamics GP, and the summit is the pinnacle of all the good work they do through out the year.

  • More than 150 interactive breakout sessions, most led by fellow Dynamics GP users, which provide many opportunities for group discussion… Arrive with questions and leave with answers and solutions!
  • Distinct learning tracks—ranging from Financial and HR/Payroll to Strategic and New to Dynamics GP—so you can focus on what’s most important to you.
  • Plentiful opportunities to network, interact with and learn from others who, like you, use Dynamics GP every day.
  • Stirring keynote presentations that will inspire you to accomplish great things.
  • Optional activities, such as pre-conference training through GPUG Academy, to get the most from your GPUG Summit experience.

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June 3, 2013 · Jivtesh Singh · No Comments
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LessonUser does not count as a concurrent user in GP 2013

This is a great new feature in GP 2013. If you new to Dynamics GP – you can be logged into the Practise company (Fabrikam Ltd.) – and that does not count towards your concurrent licenses.

In the example below I have two users in the system (one in a live company, and the other in Fabrikam) – as you can see it is using up only one GP License.

For this to work – you need to setup the user as a “Lesson User” in the User Setup.

Finally if you are logged into multiple companies in GP at the same time – you would find it useful to be differentiate the companies by colour. You can do that using the SDT in a couple of clicks. Read more here – Differentiating Companies in Microsoft Dynamics GP

 

 

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June 2, 2013 · Jivtesh Singh · No Comments
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