Eric Robert Jackson

Dynamics GP offers Project Accounting as part of the Dynamics GP Extended Pack of modules and functionality. This module allows for uses across many industries.  Examples of such would be as follows: Professional Service firms, companies with large capital/construction costs, government funded businesses with strict budget requirements and companies with fluctuating funding such as Not-for-Profit …

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The not for profit community has been utilizing Dynamics GP with great success for many years. Microsoft Dynamics GP has proven to be easy to integrate and continues to grow in its features and functionality as new versions of GP are released.  The addition of different user licensing types also allows for a more cost …

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Landed costs are all the costs related to purchasing an item which include additional costs beyond the purchase price of an item. Your business could potentially have multiple types of additional costs.  Some typical examples of landed costs are freight, customs, duty, insurance, unloading fees and security surcharges.  If you import goods from overseas you …

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Now that Dynamics GP offers Workflow capabilities in version GP2013R2 and beyond, we want to explore some of the many benefits beyond using it for the Purchase Order Process. This includes: Using Tasks vs. Approvals Vendor Approval GL Batch Approval Accounts Payable Approval   Using Tasks vs. Approvals – Tasks are a feature that can …

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You can use asset groups to easily maintain your fixed assets. Asset groups are saved on a user-by-user basis. For example, if user A creates an asset group, user B will not see that asset group anywhere in Fixed Asset Management. You can use asset groups to: Run depreciation Project depreciation Intercompany Transfers (available GP2013 …

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What is a Service Pack? A Service Pack is a periodic software update issued by Microsoft to provide new features and functionality, meet government reporting requirements, remedy software bugs and provide compatibility with new Windows releases.  With Microsoft Dynamics GP, Service Packs are available at no additional cost if you are currently on a Microsoft …

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Are you running payroll, printing a deduction report and then sending the report to Accounts Payable so that they can enter AP vouchers to remit payment for deductions? Dynamics GP Payroll Integration to Payables (aka PIP), can save you time and improve accuracy by automatically creating the necessary AP invoices related to payroll deductions and …

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Tired of pushing the paperwork around? Let GP do the “paper-pushing” for you – paperless! Workflow helps you eliminate the “black hole” of your paper system - paper sitting on someone’s desk waiting for approval. Dynamics GP Workflow 2.0 is available starting with GP2013 R2. The new GP Workflow capability is easier to deploy, as …

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