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Posts Tagged ‘2015’

Save a Tree: Tools to Go Paperless

It is almost that time of year again for KTL Solutions to host its annual Mid-Atlantic Technology User Conference, “Empower the User”.  This will be our eleventh annual user conference and it will be held on May 19, 2016, at the Microsoft Center in Reston, Virginia.  In past user conferences, we have found that many […]

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Dynamics GP Licensing explained for Microsoft Beginners

Licensing models from Microsoft and Dynamics GP have evolved over the years, and they can seem quite complicated to prospective buyers and even existing Dynamics clients. This brief blog article will just touch on the highlights of licensing models. Please feel free to download the COMPLETE Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Licensing Guide from our website. […]

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North Dakota Tax Table Update FAQ

Microsoft has released a tax table update for the North Dakota tax reduction. It is a tax table change for Microsoft Dynamics GP.  Download the documentation, script and cab file for manual installs. Below are frequently asked questions about this update. Please let us know if you have further questions or would like any assistance. 1. […]

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Automatically Tracking Use Tax in Dynamics-GP

This topic may have been posted on the internet by someone else but my clients have asked about this many times so I thought I would write a short blog on how to configure USE tax in Dynamics-GP. What is USE tax? USE tax is the tax that the customer pays because the vendor doesn’t […]

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Why Automating Your Upgrade Process in NAV 2015 is Easier Than You Think

Few things are as important to computer security as keeping software up to date. Software vendors routinely issue patches and updates for everything from operating systems to email applications, often to address security vulnerabilities that have been discovered or add support for improved security protocols. In other cases, updates may fix bugs, improve stability or […]

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