While Microsoft Dynamics Convergence can be fun – in fact, it’s a lot of darn fun! – this time around I am referring to American indie pop band FUN. – yes, it’s stylized as fun with the period at the end, so you could say “fun, period!”, just making stuff up as I go along. Fun
Well, this year was quite the year in the Microsoft Dynamics GP world! Everything from partner readiness training events for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client around the US., to Convergence in New Orleans from which I happened to walk away with a severe case of pinkeye ( side note: what was it with that city? I heard of more than 100 people attending the Conference walking away ill with anything ranging from stomach flues, to fever, to pinkeye, to…well you get the point ), to the actual launch of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and the web client, to the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift in Fargo, ND, to the GPUG Summit in Tampa, to the MVP Global Summit in Seattle which counted for the first time with Microsoft Dynamics GP content
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.
Niran Belliappa has set up a new blog and posted his first article, which gives us a detailed walk through on installing Dynamics CRM 2013 on Windows Server 2012. You can access this article from the link below. Step by Step: Installing Dynamics…( read more )
In light of SmartList Builder returning back to eOne on January 1st, 2014, we will be hosting a free partner webinar discussing the changes partners need to know. This webinar will be held every Friday of 2013 at 10 am CST in order to give our partners a chance to bring up any questions they’ve been brewing up since the transition was announced
This blog post gives step by step procedures to integrate Dynamics CRM 2011/CRM online with NAV 2013. Note: Download the connector setup and installation guide from links mentioned in the last section
It’s time for a new Management Reporter release and we have some interesting functionalities in store in this new release. This release, which has been posted for download, includes the ability to drill back to Dynamics from the Management Reporter…( read more )