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Dynamics GP 2013 R2 – New Workflow Module

When Microsoft released Dynamics GP 2013 R2, they released some great functionality – one of the best features is the new workflow module.  There are four Workflow Types available in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2. 1. Purchase Requisitions 2. Purchase Order 3. Project Time 4. Payroll Time The release of GP 2015 is just around the corner and with […]

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Experience Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 and a Wealth of Third Party Dynamics GP Applications at nVerge 2014

nVerge 2014 is a one-day technology conference taking place on September 25th, 2014 in San Diego, CA. The conference focuses on the latest feature updates and trends for Microsoft Dynamics GP, Dynamics CRM, Dynamics Marketing, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Office 365, Business Intelligence and much more. See the full agenda here and learn more at   […]

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SalesPad’s Roadmap to an Even Better “All- in-One” Sales Management Solution – Now R2 Compatible

Just when you thought it could not get any better, SalesPad has gone and started implementing a progressive “wish list” of features for 2014. Successful clients in the Distribution and Manufacturing industries have been speaking up about desired features, and the SalesPad Team has listened. Let me introduce you to the SalesPad 2014 Roadmap of […]

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Key Enhancements of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2

Nothing puts a smile on my face like waking up to a new Microsoft Dynamics GP release! Microsoft’s product updates never fail to impress and Dynamics GP 2013 R2 is no exception. The software giant invests enormous amounts of time and money on refining and perfecting its business solutions, and commits to delivering them on a frequent, 6-month […]

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Another Upgrade Already? A Guide on Which Dynamics GP Upgrade is Right for You

Does this scenario sound familiar? For the past six months, you’ve worked to successfully implement Dynamics GP. Now the implementation is done and you finally know the product well enough to be getting useful data from it. Just when everything is going smoothly, your partner calls and says a new version of the product has […]

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