This week’s Tech Tuesday is by our Quality Assurance guru, Jared Dux, who gives a great example of how to set up a Go To properly on the Account Summary SmartList in SmartList Builder .
It’s been a long stretch of time since my last post but I tend to only post those things that I think are truly useful to users. Here’s one that heretofore, I never knew existed. I’m implementing the Inventory (IV) and Purchase Order Processing (POP) modules for a client. Their business model calls for the use of only Drop-Ship POs and they asked if there was any way to limit the PO Type that users can enter. I initially told them it would require a slight customization to accomplish that. However, I was reviewing the POP training materials supplied by Microsoft this morning, and lo and behold, I ran across a paragraph in Chapter 1 – Overview and Setup, that discusses this very topic
Microsoft has organized MVP Community Camp – which includes 12 sessions delivered in person at the Sydney office on Mar 22.
Kirill Tatarinov spoke about how Windows Azure and Microsoft Dynamics was the ERP system for the Sochi games. He called this the “Era of the customer” Investments in Devices, and the Microsoft Cloud are a key area of focus for Microsoft. Microsoft Dynamics GP Customer City Harvest was on the main stage reviewing how this not for profit business helps over 2 million New Yorkers. They discussed how they use CRM online, with GP on premise to build a world class system with their limited IT budget.