This week’s Tech Tuesday is from our Director of Product Management, Chris Dew: One request we see fairly often is to be able to automatically post a batch of transactions after they get integrated using SmartConnect. We do have another product called SmartPost that allows your scheduled batches to be automatically posted at certain times of the day. That works in many cases but sometimes you
I have a 3 week, all expenses paid vacation in Fargo, ND in January at the Microsoft offices, learning some of the finer points of Dynamics AX. As such, I thought I’d share some of the remarkable sights here. These two walls, in the hallway as you enter the Horizon Building from the Vista Building on the Microsoft Campus, display an interesting collection of news articles from the early days of Great Plains, up through when Microsoft bought the company in 2001. Pretty cool to take in the history of the application that so many of us have based careers on. * Click on either image to enlarge Thanks Doug Burgum!
This week’s Tech Tuesday is from our Support Guru, Pat Roth, with his descriptive article on SmartConnect and Receivable Transactions! There are a few common issues I’ve seen with document distributions when creating them using SmartConnect. This is blog talks about Receivables Transactions, but it would apply to pretty much any kind of Dynamics GP
Wow! As if having Satya Nadella and OneRepublic as a 1-2 punch combination reason for attending Convergence 2015 in Atlanta, Microsoft has now decided to amp up the magic by inviting no other than the Dynamic Duo of presentations: David Musgrave and Mariano Gomez (that would be me!). Mariano Gomez and David Musgrave Inside joke: in case you can’t tell us apart, I’m the taller one and David is the shorter one Realizing no event is complete without a formidable duo of presenters, Microsoft has reached out to us — as the famous LeBron James once said, ” Not 2, not 3, not 4, not 5..
In my opinion, Microsoft Dynamics GP team might have hurried the release of GP 2015 RTM. Think about this. You install GP 2015 and the user manuals that comes with that are GP 2013 R2 manuals
I have been doing some R&D with GP2015 (Desktop & Web Client) on my virtual machine for almost a week now. On that note, let me share with you one particular issue, that’s a bit silly, yet possible to be faced by many of you out there. I had a working instance of GP 2015 Web Client on my VM (that’s connected to my work domain).