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New Budgeting Features in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010


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    Have you had time to check out the great new budgeting features in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010?

    I have been showing quite a few customers how the new budgeting feature in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 will be a time saver in the accounting department.  Many customers have different departments within their organization that create their respective budgets. Then someone has to combine all of those budgets into one. With the new feature, they can just import multiple budgets to combine them.

    Combine multiple General Ledger budgets into a single master budget

    You can combine multiple General Ledger budgets into a single master budget, one budget at a time. The master budget can be completely new and have its own budget ID, or it can be one of the original budgets. This feature is helpful when multiple departments in your organization create their own budgets, which must then be consolidated. The new “Combine Budgets” window simplifies this process.

    Visit the Sherwood Systems website to download your complimentary copy of How to Budget the Cost of ERP Software Implementation Services.  And if you’re looking for specific Microsoft Dynamics GP or CRM information, there are more resources on the Sherwood Systems website. If you’re located in the Arizona or New Mexico area, contact Sherwood Systems for assistance in determining a ERP or CRM software upgrade can help your organization better serve your customers’ needs. (877) 943-9696

    Linda Krawiecki, Sherwood Systems an Arizona Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner

    4 Responses to “New Budgeting Features in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010”

    1. Ashish says:

      Hi,

      I am new to Dynamics and I am trying to acheive something similar (consolidated budgeting and forecasting across companies) but unfortunately I am on Dynamics GP V9. Do you have recommendation for any tool that offers this function out-of-the-box or if I need to do it myself what would be best approach?

      Thanks,
      Ashish