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.
Got a wired case this morning with one of my customers, they said that “some” receiving’s are not printing and other are working fine! I tried the following: 1. Created multiple receiving’s and none caused the issue
We’ve seen it before… just a typical day in the office for the Accounts Payable team until their worst fear from the Sales team enters the room and informs them that the biggest sale of all time had been lost due to lack of integration between Dynamics GP & Salesforce.com.
The Windows Blog has just announced that – “a free upgrade for Windows 10 will be made available to customers running Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1 who upgrade in the first year after launch” The upgrade is permanent.
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!