Well, our friend Mark Polino has hit another one out of the ball park with his latest release – Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Excel 2013 , affectionately known as BDaMDGP13aE13 Yes the book’s title is a mouthful but my, oh my, the content of the book is a library full. If there’s anything you want or need to know about leveraging the BI capabilities that GP 2013 and Excel 2013 bring to the table, you need this book. From creating refreshable Excel reports to drilling back to source data in GP to utilizing PowerPivot, this book has it all. I’ve just completed my first read of this awesome reference and am applying my new-found knowledge already. I highly recommend Mark’s new book to anyone who has a desire to create and publish extremely powerful, interactive BI tools for GP 2013
This is short and sweet – as I don’t usually post “sales” types of things and don’t intend to start now! It’s somewhat of a tale of two client scenarios, and advice to those who hear certain things from their clients, and are in a position to recommend license options. I’ve got two clients right now both of whom have expressed a need for additional user licenses in the near future.
A couple of years ago around this time of year, I got a call from a client of mine with a strange error in Canadian Payroll. At the time, I ran into other significant issues in trying to help with said error, and at the time, I blogged/ranted about it here . Fast forward to last month, when I received an email from another customer who was asking me “did you ever find out what the issue was with that error
With the sun setting over the city of New Orleans last night, we wrapped up our first day here, which was filled with getting out and about, seeing the sights on a perfect, sun-filled, 80 degree day. The real fun starts tomorrow with the kickoff of the GPUG-hosted GP Partner Connection events and then some partying later in the evening to celebrate St. Patty’s day. Green beer for all!
Well is that time of the year again… Most of you are in the midst of closing 2012 and getting Microsoft Dynamics GP configured for fiscal year 2013.
Some companies have a need to disable the ability to change the User Date in GP. Out of the box, there isn’t a great way to handle this requirement but Ian Grieve, over at Azurecurve in the UK, has a simple, yet elegant solution for this. Check out Ian’s blog post here – User Date . Wishing everyone a Happy and Prosperous 2013!