I usually don’t deviate much off the topic of Microsoft Dynamics GP, but this new piece of Microsoft technology is certainly a force to be reckoned with and worth a note.
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!
Vendor scoring is one of the important aspect of the RFQ process in any organization. While we were working with our client requirement for RFQ analysis and in compliance with their ISO requirements
While working on some requirements I came across a very nicely written article on how to use & step royalties management in Dynamics AX 2013 . Fawad has written a very detailed post on his blog ( http://fawadb.blogspot.com ) on the steps and usage of royalties management in Dynamics AX 2013.
Dynamics GP2015 has been released now and it comes with more than 100+ enhancement and few key things such as “ Service Based Architecture with REST API ”, “ Identity Management (Single sign on through integration with Microsoft Azure Active Directory to help users work seamlessly across Microsoft Dynamics GP, Office 365, and other cloud-based applications. ”, “ Azure Procurement ” & “ Apps on multiple platforms ”. You can download the Dynamics GP 2015 from the following Download From Partner source Catch up feature of the day series from the following Dynamics GP 2015 Features Series On Community Happy Dynamics & Enjoy !
What a week of learning that reIMAGINE 2014 conference was! If you stayed for the post conference training classes, even more power to you. In my previous article (see Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: .NET Framework Interoperability – Part 3 ), I talked about the .NET interop capabilities introduced in this iteration of Dexterity and how these new capabilities have become the foundation for unlimited extensibility options for Dexterity-based applications. Today, I wanted to talk about another aspect brought by .NET interop: Dexterity services. However, to understand Dexterity services, we must first take a look at the service implementation patterns
A long awaited new feature is being released today for our GP Reports Viewer – Excel reports. What I think is truly amazing about this new feature is the fact that you can set up an Excel report based on a stored procedure to allow users to enter parameters and also to improve performance of your reports