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One of the main focuses for the enhancements in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 is business intelligence, and that means historical data. Here are just a few examples of the functionality now available…
Quick and Easy Access to Historical Data:
- Before GP 2013, you couldn’t search journal entries from previous years. You could only see open items. But now you can display information for both open and previous year journal entries, giving users better information in fewer clicks.
- Within Fixed Assets, they’ve added a “depreciation as of” date to the report so that the depreciation is then calculated based on the date of the report. This makes fixed asset management easier to manage and report on.
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