Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010’

View Long Account Numbers on POP Receivings Posting Journal in Microsoft Dynamics GP

Are your account numbers too long to completely display in the Receivings Edit and Posting Journal reports within Microsoft Dynamics GP? If you have long account numbers, you most likely have already modified some reports in Microsoft Dynamics GP to be able to see the entire string in your posting/edit journals, for instance the GL …

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When to Use Dexterity and When to Use Microsoft Dynamics GP Add-ins

Using Microsoft Dynamics GP as an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, it is likely that one might find some part of the core product does not fully match an organization's needs. Maybe a lot of data needs to be imported from another product on a regular basis. Perhaps one of the windows isn't well suited …

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Posting to a Closed Year in Microsoft Dynamics GP

It is common practice to need to post a financial entry to a closed fiscal period, especially after an audit. Fortunately, the Microsoft Dynamics GP software accounts for this need and allows such transactions to take place, as long as the user has verified the following settings:   General Ledger Setup – On the Financial …

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10 Ways To Take Better Care of Your SQL Server

Humans have an incredible ability to adapt to difficult circumstances.  Tibetans and Andeans are famous for their ability to thrive at altitudes that would make lowlanders ill. During World War II, residents of London experienced famously high morale despite German bombings. In 2012, flooding in Duluth, MN resulted in some residents kayaking through the city …

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Identifying Bottlenecks on a SQL Server

If you’re driving down a six-lane highway at five o’clock in the afternoon, what do you think will happen when four of the lanes are closed a mile ahead? Will things slow down? That’s what I call a bottleneck! It is very easy to identify a bottleneck on a highway. However, bottlenecks can happen on …

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Are You Still Printing Vendor Checks?

A Brief History of Payment Methods The methods of payment for goods and services have a long and colorful history. One hundred thousand years ago, bartering was the norm. Commodity money appeared around 3,000 BC, where beads, shell jewelry, and gold were used for trade. Next around 650 BC, Commodity Money 2.0, or Coinage appeared. …

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How to Set Up Recurring Sales Transactions in Microsoft Dynamics GP

The Sales Order Processing module offers you the ability to create quotes, backorders, orders, returns, and invoices with business processes ranging from simple to complex.  Many organizations, such as Healthcare, need to generate billing for pre-scheduled sales such as subscriptions or monthly services.  Instead of manually entering a fresh order/invoice each month, consider streamlining the …

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Attributes and Deletion Control in Document Attach with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 SP 2

In an earlier blog we discussed some new features available in Document Attach in GP 2013 SP2.  Those included emailing attachments and allowing attachments associated with master IDs (Vendors, customer, items, etc.) to “flow” with any new transactions created. Today we are going to discuss a couple other new features with Document Attach and Microsoft …

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The Two Second Advantage: How to Be More Future Focused in Your Business

I have been reading a great book called “The Two Second Advantage” by Vivek Ranadive.  Amazon recaps the focus of the book as follows: “What made Wayne Gretzky the greatest hockey player of all time wasn’t his speed on the ice or the uncanny accuracy of his shots, but rather his ability to predict where …

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Common EFT Issues in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

As a follow up to my EFT for Dynamics GP 2010 blog this week, I thought I’d share a few common setup issues I’ve learned to overcome through my experience with various clients. It’s no secret that when dealing with financial institutions, time is often of the essence. Reversing an incorrect payment or attempting to …

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