For many companies, Microsoft Dynamics GP is not the only software generating financial transactions. The implementation of third-party applications, such as point-of-sale terminals and web stores are vital to the operation of today’s businesses. The challenge is bringing all of those data elements together in Dynamics GP so a comprehensive and accurate view of the company’s financials can be maintained.
As the data structure for each third-party solution is different, and no unified standard of financial data exchange has been established, our technical consultants at the
Our Microsoft Dynamics GP import framework processes data from virtually any third-party source. The data is validated against the accounting rules in Microsoft Dynamics GP as well as company-specific rules, and then imported into
For one of our clients, a franchise restaurant company, we used this technology to import data from MyMicros, a restaurant point-of-sale device, with Microsoft Dynamics GP. We also implemented integrations with Waterstreet, a franchise sales management tool.
We helped another client, a private university, with their need to integrate to CashNet, their point-of-sale terminals. We use our data import framework to import GL Transactions from CashNet into Microsoft Dynamics GP. We also export the available GL accounts from Dynamics GP to the CashNet service to update the point-of-sale terminals.
We’ll continue to post other examples from our clients about their growing needs for integrating third-party systems to Microsoft Dynamics GP. If you’d like more information about the Microsoft Dynamics GP data import framework solution developed by