About Dynamics Corporate Performance Management: Financial Reporting, Planning/Budgeting/Forecasting, and Consolidations.
My friend, Mariano Gomez aka The Dynamics GP Blogster , has been busy writing a fantastic series of articles about troubleshooting the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client. Mariano was one of the early adopters of the technology and worked closely with Microsoft support and development teams to provide lots of great feedback. He has gained a large amount of knowledge of the Web Client and the technologies that make it work and has compiled a series of articles to explain what he has learned
Thanks to Errol for his thoughts on attending the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift yesterday. Since my “Reason of the Day #2″ post, I have been bombarded about people that want to attend the Friday event, but are concerned about flight times and travel to the airport (with 300 attendees and only about 20 taxi’s in town, it could be a concern). As I mentioned, the event ends at Noon on Friday, which means realistically that if you have a flight out on Friday it should be 2pm or later to make sure you have enough time to get checked in and clear security. If you have, say, a 1:19p United flight or a 1:30p Delta flight, you might be cutting it too close and you may miss your flight. What we are going to do, though, to help you is we plan to have a couple of busses making a run from the Campus directly to the airport for those of you that want to attend. We’ll send the busses as soon as they are full, but for sure, by 12:45p latest (most likely they’ll be long-gone by 12:30p as people fill them while leaving). They will go directly from campus right to the airport. This will alleviate a huge concern about securing alternate travel arrangements that day. Since you’ll be on a bus, and will need to get off of it at the airport, get your luggage, and get in, I would suggest that the travel time total should be approx. 30-45 minutes (from Microsoft door to airport door with your bags in your hands). You’re all techy people…that should help you “back into” your flight time. If you do leave early, you’ll need to make your own arrangements for travel. The busses will be making one trip only to the airport
eOne is a sponsor for Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift 2013, hosted by GP Partner Connections (GPPC) - the can’t-miss technical event of the year for Microsoft Dynamics GP Partners. The event offers exclusive access to “what’s next” in the world of Dynamics GP – months before others will get to see and/or use the features and functionality.
The CPM team has officially released the RollUp 6 (RU6) for Management Reporter 2012. Here’s a summary of the new Management Reporter CU6 features: Ability to generate a single report link for a report group created in Management Reporter…( read more )
A client reported an issue the other day with figures being incorrect in Management Reporter when compared to the equivalent report in FRx and also to the figures in Microsoft Dynamics GP (which matched FRx).