I’m pleased to announce that we’re going to offer several training opportunities for the exciting Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client. The 2-day Functional Consultant class will focus on those areas that most will interest presales consultants – telling the story about our web client and selling its value. The 3-day Implementation Consultant class is that deep install/setup/deploy training that many of our partners have been asking for. NOTE: Limited seating! Sign up now if you’re interested. This is a rare opportunity to learn from the Microsoft Dynamics Support Teams best resources! Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client for the Functional Consultant – Two-day Classroom Training – Roles the support, deploy and/or prepare presales demonstration of GP 2013 – Dallas, TX | January 28-29, 2013 – Atlanta, GA | February 4-5, 2013 – $299 Registration Fee – https://training.partner.microsoft.com/learning/app/management/registrationex/LMS_Registration.aspx?UserMode=0&Mode=0&ActivityID=830619 Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client for the Implementation Consultant – Three-day Classroom Training – Roles that install and support GP2013 on Web client – Dallas, TX | January 30-Feb 1
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It’s now become a little tradition of mine to sit in front of the computer when I get up on New Year’s Day, sipping coffee and checking my email…hoping that I once again can write a little blog post like this one. I just got that email I was waiting for, letting me know that I have received the 2013 Microsoft® MVP Award for Dynamics GP! This makes my 9th year as a Dynamics GP MVP and I am honored.
Some companies have a need to disable the ability to change the User Date in GP. Out of the box, there isn’t a great way to handle this requirement but Ian Grieve, over at Azurecurve in the UK, has a simple, yet elegant solution for this. Check out Ian’s blog post here – User Date . Wishing everyone a Happy and Prosperous 2013!
It’s that time of the year again! Time to say goodbye to the outgoing year, 2012, and receive the new one, 2013, making all sort of resolutions that we never seem to be able to achieve and with good measure, since most of us are simply consumed with the daily grind that lifting our heads up to take a breather and see the forest from the trees seems difficult and sometimes downright impossible. 2012 however was a very good year and gave me tons of stuff to write about. In retrospect, 3 conferences, 2 virtual conferences, the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and the Web Client are simply a subset of the activities that allowed me to write some really cool stuff that you expressed through your comments to enjoy.
I had the privilege to be a part of the technical reviewing of this amazingly informative book: Developing Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Applications .