Wednesday, March 5, 2014 – Day 2 Convergence Day 1 brought us the product General Sessions. Day 2 of Convergence was all about the breakout sessions. Today, I would be delivering two sessions, starting with CSGP014 Microsoft Dynamics GP Customization for Beginners at 11:00 AM local time.
It’s that time of the year again! Here at IntellPartners we are pushing hard for the revival of Microsoft Dexterity education as a fundamental bridge to understanding and developing powerful applications for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Our Microsoft Dexterity Training Roadshow saw at least 40 people in the first year we launched the program, in 2013, visiting 5 cities in the process.
Recently, I worked with a group that needed to make changes to the dates of some of their posted payables transactions. Of course, you can’t do that through the user interface, so it was SQL to the rescue. While the initial job sounded easy, they were astonished to see just how many different date fields were in the tables
Only $2,900. . .what’s up with that?
With the W-2 season upon us, I thought now would be a good time to point out some items that should live in Box 12; but often don’t make it there. I’m not attempting to give any tax or accounting advice, just to share some information with you about Box 12. Box 12 looks simple enough, but oh what a secret she keeps: Recently, I posted an article about common errors regarding retirement account information.
This comes to us from one of Dynamics GP’s finest, the infamous Mark Polino! Jump to www.DynamicAccounting.net/Analytics to get more details. This is the truly painless way to get started with Excel dashboards, have someone else do it for you .