Today’s world demands a new way to do business. To stay competitive, conserve costs, and grow, you need to get more out of your existing technology investments. Based on extensive research into real-world business models and rich feedback from customers and partners, Microsoft Dynamics® GP 2010 extends the reach of insight, productivity, and collaboration across your entire business. With more than 150 enhancements, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 offers innovation that enables your people to work with information and processes in ways that are familiar to them—today and into the future. Reviewing all 150 enhancements would take some time and blog space, so I’m going to just focus on what you can do with SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 for this post. Check it out…
Expand Access to Information Turn everyone into a power user—even if they’re not Microsoft Dynamics GP users—by using Microsoft SharePoint® technology to directly access and share information.
Give people a centralized, Web-based source for viewing consolidated resources—and reduce administrative work—by deploying SQL Server Reporting Services Reports to SharePoint Server.
Deliver Advanced BI Provide people with the latest business intelligence (BI) through the applications you use most often. There are now more than 220 built-in Excel reports that can be refreshed with a single click, whether they’re accessed through Microsoft Dynamics GP, a network file share, or a SharePoint Server site.
Make it easier to retrieve and share data from any module, window, or ISV application. With Drill Down Builder, you can quickly define your drill-down location in Microsoft Dynamics GP, and then embed the field into Microsoft Office Word documents, Microsoft Office Outlook® e-mail messages, Excel and SQL Server Reporting Services reports, and SharePoint pages.
Increase Productivity Simplify security management for SharePoint, Web services, and Business Portal using the Microsoft Dynamics Security Synchronization Utility.
Enhance Workflows Use Electronic Signatures to approve simple data changes for any field or document in Microsoft Dynamics GP. Enable users to sign off on changes from within Microsoft Dynamics GP or through SharePoint.
The above are just some of the ways Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 and SharePoint work together to make your lives easier. Specializing in ways to enhance your company’s solutions with Microsoft Dynamics GP in Idaho and the Pacific Northwest, with clients around the world, Computeration makes your implementation successful by offering experienced project management, data integration, training, and consulting services.
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