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Did you know that we added a traveler document in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2? During the Sales Order Processing auto return process, if an RMA is created, now the traveler document will be printed to attach to the returned item saving you valuable time.
Did you know that the web client has functionality that the desktop client doesn’t? With the new user interface of the web client we were able to give you a ribbon look and feel along with tabs to have additional fields. The desktop client forms automatically convert into this new interface, so customers don’t have to do anything. We have had a lot of positive feedback around this topic and customers wanting this for the desktop client.
Did you know that you can use Word to create professional looking documents you can send to your customers like invoices and statements? I hope so because we added Word forms in GP2010. In GP2013 we took it a step further based on your feedback. Customers now have the ability to email their word documents with password protection. This will ensure the recipient of the document will not be able to edit the document to make changes without entering a password
Did you know what we added several features that made it easier to use Microsoft Dynamics GP? They reduce the number of clicks it takes to get your work done. Customers have the ability to choose SmartList Favorites within lookups and select to save that lookup as the default. Once this has been chosen as the default, the next time the user enters the lookup the list will populate based off the view they selected as the default. This gives the customer the flexibility to set the lookups based off how they need to see the data and can save them valuable time in the application. The Set as Default option is available within the Customer and Prospects, Vendors, Items, Salespeople and Employees lookups.
Did you know that Microsoft Dynamics GP is multi-tenant? Do you know why you should care? The Multi-tenant Microsoft Dynamics GP Web feature provides the ability to host multiple tenants on a single instance of the application. In basic terms, you can have multiple DYNAMICS databases on the same SQL Server instance. A few of the reasons you should care: 1. Makes it easier to host GP in a multi-customer environment.