Tag: General Ledger

Cal-Tex Goes Live on GP 2013

Not to toot my own horn – well, maybe a little – but guess who the lead consultant was on this project.  Couldn’t have done it though, without my extremely knowledgeable and trusty colleague, Kalyn Kelly. ** Click on the image to read the article **  

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Document Access in User Security

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

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The Dynamics GP Blogster: #GPPC PreGAME at #CONV14

| 03/04/2014 | 0 Comments
The Dynamics GP Blogster: #GPPC PreGAME at #CONV14

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Microsoft’s #Empowering Super Bowl 2014 ad simply nailed it!

| 02/03/2014 | 0 Comments

For those of you outside the United States, yesterday America went into a sort of holiday binge of food, beer and Super Bowl . Part of what makes the Super Bowl a great sporting event is the adverts aired throughout the game – in fact, the ads are a part of the Super Bowl culture as much as the half time show. Just to give you an idea of how much the sport matters, a single 30-second advert during the Super Bowl can cost up to $400 million, or $133.3K per second

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The Dynamics GP Blogster: Microsoft's #Empowering Super Bowl …

| 02/03/2014 | 0 Comments
The Dynamics GP Blogster: Microsoft's #Empowering Super Bowl …

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What’s in a date? PM Transactions

| 02/01/2014 | 0 Comments

Recently, I worked with a group that needed to make changes to the dates of some of their posted payables transactions. Of course, you can’t do that through the user interface, so it was SQL to the rescue. While the initial job sounded easy, they were astonished to see just how many different date fields were in the tables

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Dynamics GRC Day 2014 – All about security, risk, and compliace in your Microsoft Dynamics environment

| 01/27/2014 | 0 Comments

Feel like you don’t have enough conferences and sessions on your schedule for your trip to Microsoft Convergence 2014 Atlanta ?

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