Wednesday, November 20 The Microsoft MVP Global Summit is come to an end, but I am going to finish up the series and as usual wrap up with some thoughts. Frankly, today I woke up dragging feet a bit. It’s been 2 grueling days of intense sessions with a lot of material to absorb.
I got a very interesting case few months back, one of my customers implemented the Management Reporter and tried to implement their existing reports, it went well but for the reports that uses the Analytical Accounting Budgets that has filters over specific dimensions, budget amounts were not pulled at all. At that time I tried very hard to resolve the issue with no luck, and therefore I had to install the FRx and work out the reports there till getting this resolved by Microsoft
This morning I enjoyed reading a book by Ian Grieve discussing Dynamics GP Financials – Related modules, it contains all the information needed to to cover your financial needs using Microsoft Dynamics GP, it starts with Analytical Accounting module, moving to Cashflow Management, Budgeting and finally PO Commitment and Encumbrance Management. For those who would like to learn more about the mentioned modules, I would recommend purchasing and reading this book from the below link, it worth every buck! http://bit.ly/16n4oO2 Regards, — Mohammad R. Daoud MVP – MCT MCP, MCBMSP, MCTS, MCBMSS +962 – 79 – 999 65 85 email@example.com http://www.di.jo
Wow, what a day! The first day at these conferences is all about getting acclimated to the pace of the day and the overwhelming amount of information that is presented to you. I always find the first day is more tiring than the subsequent days, as I’m not used to being on the receiving end of a long day of content and information to process. It reminds me what clients in training must feel like! Today was no different, and I’m taking a break from the socializing and adult beverages for a moment to try to review my day and share what managed to stay in my head this long! I took a lot of notes, I tend to be a “write things down” person, it helps me remember it much better, even though we get the powerpoint slide decks later. I also was trying to tweet throughout the day and keep up with the steady flow of #GPAirlift13 content flowing through the twitterverse.