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Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services Overview

Microsoft has released Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 with almost 200 SQL Server Reporting Services (“SSRS” or “SRS”) reports.  They are accessible from the home page as a dashboard consisting of customizable metrics (SRS reports) with drilldown capabilities.  They can also be deployed to a Microsoft SharePoint Services site where consumers outside of the Dynamics GP […]

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Success Story: Investment Firm Combines Two Versions and Upgrades to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

A Chicago-area investment firm has successfully upgraded their Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0 system to Dynamics GP 2010 while combining and upgrading a subsidiary’s Dynamics GP 10 system.  The firm was eager to take advantage of the license model transition from Microsoft that offers existing customers the chance to gain tons of additional functionality for a […]

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Utilizing WennSoft and Microsoft Dynamics GP to Manage Your Service Business

While Microsoft Dynamics GP has a very wide range of functionality to address nearly every industry, in some cases a third part ISV (Independent Solution Developer) can offer a depth of capabilities that extends Dynamics GP to better meet the specialized needs of a specific industry.  One third party solution that Crestwood has had great […]

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Success Story with Dexterity Customization in Microsoft Dynamics GP

Customization is one of the items in the Microsoft Dynamics GP toolbox that is often overlooked or avoided.  There are cases where putting the right partner together with the right tools makes for a very successful outcome and a happy customer. Crestwood was engaged to complete a Dynamics GP upgrade from Great Plains 8.0 that […]

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How to Write a Cash Flow Statement in FRx

FRx Reporter is the go-to Financial Statement report writing tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP, AX and SL.  FRx is supported for customers that are currently on Dynamics GP 10.0, and they can stay on FRx when they upgrade to Dynamics GP 2010.  All customers and anyone who purchase Dynamics GP 2010 will receive licenses for […]

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Lessons in Allocations in Microsoft Dynamics GP

“Allocations” seems to be the buzz word lately.  Do you need to allocate in the general ledger or another module?  Do you need to allocate in summary at month end?  What about budgets?  We have some suggestions direct from the customers that use these tools every day.   In Microsoft Dynamics GP, you can use the […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Development Environment Overview

The Dynamics GP product platform is modeled to allow robust application customizations to be created in order to meet the unique needs of the installed company base.  Since Dynamics GP is, for the most part, an interpreted language that references resources dynamically via dictionary files, it is a relatively simple process to augment the core […]

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Building Relationships That Last For Decades

I have been in the ERP and CRM business as a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for what seems like a lifetime.  I have had the opportunity to assist and work with many of our Customers who have made an investment in the applications available within Microsoft Dynamics.  Over the years, we have seen these products […]

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Scribe Insight Eliminates Customization and Automates Integrations

Scribe Insight has been implemented by a large Chicago area manufacturer and distributor of ethnic foods running a 24/7 operation. Scribe replaced several customizations enabling them to upgrade from Great Plains v 7.5 to Microsoft Dynamics GP v 10.0 and automate certain processes that required users to manually launch custom code.  The customizations, including some […]

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Insight From The PMO Manager: The Dreaded Scope Creep

Having a conversation regarding going over the scope of project is the last thing Project Managers and clients want to do. (Coming in at #2 is the “we’re not going to meet our date” conversation). This is the arm-wrestling match over scope essentials relating to the “must haves that should have been part of requirements” […]

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