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Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015’

Microsoft Dynamics GP Cloud ERP: Easier Than You Think

For customers already running an on-premise implementation of Microsoft Dynamics GP, the issue of whether to move to the cloud is no longer a real option – the question is when to make the move. The latest version of Dynamics GP was engineered especially for the cloud, and upgrading can be easy with the right […]

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Business Intelligence and Analytics Reporting for Microsoft Dynamics ERP

All organizations, no matter their size, need to understand what’s going on with their business data in order to get an accurate picture of how the company is performing. The reporting features you get from Microsoft Dynamics aren't just for large enterprises – they are tools that allow employees of any size business to connect […]

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How Small Businesses Can Benefit from ERP

When we hear the word “enterprise” we think of big corporations with multiple departments and offices and thousands of employees which is one reason why small business owners have been slow to come around to thinking about implementing Enterprise Resource Planning systems for their businesses. They equate the meaning of “enterprise” with the size of […]

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New Features in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2

View our free webinars  Read more about Hosted Dynamics GP  Download a FREE Demo Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 was released in the beginning of June. Set to target small to mid-sized businesses, the release brought in new functionality that was unavailable in previous releases. Here are some notable features that the release offers: Ability to Display […]

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5 New Features of Dynamics GP 2015

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 has been released and it includes a great deal of new functionality that will make end users more efficient. If you are considering upgrading to Dynamics GP 2015, or if you are evaluating migrating from your current ERP to Dynamics GP, here are 5 features you will love:   User Authentication […]

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Four Useful New Features in Dynamics GP 2015

Microsoft recently rolled out Dynamics GP 2015, and with it, a number of significant new features and abilities. In some ways, this is an update that completely rethinks aspects of the program, while adding features that users have long asked for. So what are some of the top features in GP 2015? Service-Based Architecture One […]

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Carolinas Dynamics GP User Event: Vision 2015

Join InterDyn Artis for a day of learning and networking at Vision 2015. As of today, over 80 GP users have registered early for our annual GP user event, and spaces are filling up fast. When: Thursday, April 23, 2015 | 8a - 5p             Who: Microsoft Dynamics GP users Where: Charlotte, […]

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Why Upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015: Financial Module

If you’re on a version of Microsoft Dynamics GP older than 2013, you will need to look at upgrading by the end of October 2015 to ensure you continue receiving support and important tax updates. GP 2015, the most recent version, is full of great new benefits that you’ll be able to take advantage of […]

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What’s New in GP 2015 – Copy Home Page Settings

GP Administrators or anyone responsible for setting up new GP users will LOVE this feature because it saves dozens of keystrokes when replicating an existing user's settings to a new user.   Go Administration>>User and click on the Copy Settings button in the User Setup window.  The copy function is quite intuitive from there, as shown […]

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Inside Scoop: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Release Date, Pricing and Promo News

Don’t you just hate it when you miss big news?  The price list for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 and the products download files for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 both became available today to Dynamics Partners. So I wondered if I had missed the official release announcement and all the fanfare usually associated with it. But […]

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