As you may have noticed I have been doing a fair bit of work recently with Management Reporter and this has involved a number of upgrades from FRx which has meant I have used the Migration Wizard a number of … Continue reading →
See the article here: Tech Tuesday – Adding Extender Nodes to SmartConnect
I have taken some more time to review the SmartList Designer feature release in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 SP2 and wanted to compile all my information together for you. I have noted any big changes to my list in red for you to easily find. While it is a nice addition to SmartList from Microsoft and features such as the Results preview and the ability to create new SmartLists based on the default SmartLists , it is still missing a lot of features that SmartList Builder has already.
I was asked to create a new company for a client recently, who is still running Microsoft Dynamics GP 9, which should have been an easy task. However, when I tried to run GP Utilities to create the company I … Continue reading →
It must be in the air! Come to Dallas, or join us On-Line. I’m doing another Dexterity Fundamentals class in Dallas, TX, December 9th-13th, 2013. This time we are offering it both on-site in Dallas and Live on-line! At last, you can go to a fun-filled Dexterity training class without leaving the comfort of your own home or office! For more information, or to sign up, call ConexusSG at 469-828-3274 or email training@ConexusSG.com What will you Learn?
Management Reporter again, folks, after a short delay; I finally completed on a house purchase, in rural Northumberland, two years after I started work at Perfect Image. I received another call that data on a report was not coming out … Continue reading →
Today was the final day of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift in Fargo. So much information was presented today that I don’t even know where to start! The sessions today were all general sessions, no breakouts. First was a Town Hall Q&A session with several of the key staff from Microsoft answering various questions. Second was a session on Perpetual Pricing by Pam Misialek. Last was the “WOW” session that all week (& leading up to this conference) was promised to be content too valuable to leave early.