Tag: Dynamics GP
We are happy to announce that we have released new builds of SmartView 2013 and SmartView External, which you can find here . The major change to SmartView and SmartView External is allowing them to take advantage of the new SmartList Builder feature s such as the Auto Refresh and Modify/New buttons.
Due to a high volume of requests, we have built a version of SmartList Builder with our new features included that now works with any release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 . All of the new features in the latest SmartList Builder 2013 release will work with any release of GP 2013. There is just one small portion of the release that won’t be available until Service Pack 2 is installed.
Want to learn more about identifying reporting needs when planning a Dynamics GP implementation? Check out this article adapted by MSDynamicsWorld.com from my latest book, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation . There are still a few weeks to go in the book giveaway – you just need to post a comment on that blog post to be entered to win.
I found out today that I am going to be a Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP for another year! This makes the 10th year in a row for me. :-) I am very honored to get this award again and would like to thank everyone reading this – I could not do it without you! For those curious, the Microsoft MVP program has been in place since the early 1990′s and currently recognizes more than 4,000 MVPs worldwide. Here is to a happy, healthy and prosperous 2014! Filed under: Dynamics GP , Microsoft Tagged: awards , featured , Microsoft MVP
At the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift in September we showed the extended value proposition of Microsoft Dynamics GP “IN” Microsoft Office 365 and “ON” Microsoft Azure. To help our partners show this value we have provided…( read more )
A few versions ago Microsoft introduced the ability to enter a negative payment (Cash Receipt) for a customer in Microsoft Dynamics GP. I have now worked with a number of customers that have these negative payments sitting on customer accounts who needed help getting rid of them. Below is what this typically looks like when you’re looking at the customer’s transactions: The customer balance is zero, but they have these two transactions are sitting there unapplied – kind of messy, as they print out on statements and you may not want customers to see this.