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Dynamics GP Running Slow? Archive It! Get to Know Company Data Archive Plus Analytical Accounting!

  Microsoft released the new "Modern Policy" in October 2019 making Dynamics GP an even more successful and resilient business tool. Businesses that have been using Dynamics GP for decades, forget that data builds up as users add data. Every time you add more data, it becomes slightly harder to process. Following a couple years […]

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Ten New Features Included in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 has released and is available for download. There are over 25 new features in this release, ten of which are listed below. Ability to Display Debits Before Credits This is one of the most suggested changes from users. In R2, the Debit column is now displayed before the Credit column […]

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Microsoft Dynamics Project Accounting, Job Tracking and Analytical Accounting Integrated in SharePoint Expense, Requisition and Invoice Management Applications

Like many savvy businesses, you’ve implemented an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution because it connects your people and your data.  Connecting all of the moving parts of your organization provides control and insight that you can use to your competitive advantage.  Now you can take integration one step further by connecting your Microsoft Dynamics® ERP […]

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Analytical Accounting for Dynamics GP

Analytical Accounting is now included in the GP2013 Starter Pack.  So if you are on GP2013 or planning your upgrade to GP2013, you may want to consider its benefits if you are not already using it. Analytical Accounting (AA) gives you the ability to analyze financial data by whatever criteria you require.  This gives you […]

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Analytical Accounting in Microsoft Dynamics GP

With the Analytical Accounting module that comes with the Starter Pack for Microsoft Dynamics GP, you can analyze financial data by whatever criteria you need, giving you greater reporting flexibility. Analytical Accounting is a powerful tool that helps you analyze, interpret, and create reports based on your chart of accounts. Analytical Accounting can help you […]

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A Case For Analytical Accounting – Implementation Based On Good Analysis, Design of Workflow and Process

The value of good analysis and design of workflow and processes hit me again this week.  I was fortunate to have drawn several companies together yesterday at the GPUG networking huddle on project accounting.  All three companies had been implemented by novice consultants, pointed to GP Project Accounting for internal project accounting processes, and were […]

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Vos besoins vont-ils au-delà de Comptabilité analytique?

Le module de Comptabilité analytique dans Microsoft Dynamics GP a certainement sa place; il est idéal pour les petites entreprises, celles ayant un nombre limité de projets ou encore celles qui ne veulent avoir qu’une vue générale des coûts de leurs différents projets. D’autres entreprises ont recours à un hybride de ce module avec des […]

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Signs That You Have Outgrown Analytical Accounting

Analytical Accounting within Microsoft Dynamics GP has its place; it’s great for smaller organizations or for companies who have a limited number of projects and whose needs are restricted to having a general idea of their different projects costs. Others organizations will use a hybrid of Analytical Accounting with some detailed account segments to define […]

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Driving Accountability with Your Financial Systems

The current economic climate has brought a renewed emphasis on accountability.  Rather than checking general results at the end of the quarter or the end of the month, companies want to see the status of specific initiatives on demand.  When these initiatives aren’t on track, companies want to know why.  My clients and prospective clients […]

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