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8 Benefits of Approval Workflow in Dynamics GP

Microsoft Dynamics GP has a built-in Workflow system that gives users the ability to create workflows, or approval processes, that enhance your organizations business processes. Workflow 2.0 creates consistent processes for how a document, master record, or batch flows through GP by showing who must approve it, and the conditions for its approval. Here are 8 […]

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Dynamics GP: Save Files to Your Computer with Integration Manager

A lot of our customers at Rimrock Corporation use Microsoft Dynamics GP to replace their outdated software solutions. But in some circumstances, our customers want to keep other applications and use Microsoft Dynamics GP solely for financials. When this happens, we always recommend that our clients use a trusted tool called Integration Manager. This is […]

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Dynamics GP Year-End Close Tips

It's that time of year! Here are two year-end close tips for you to keep in mind this year: Be sure to close your year before the audit adjustments are in.  Did you know you can always make entries to the most recently closed year in Dynamics GP?  GP automatically handles the entry and updates […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Continues Forward

A few weeks ago, hundreds of Dynamics GP Partners attended the reIMAGINE 2016 summit with one question on their minds. Does the release of Dynamics 365 mean the end for Dynamics GP? The answer is NO and Microsoft wanted to make sure that all their GP partners believed it. “Dynamics GP goes forward”, shouted Errol […]

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Microsoft Dynamics 365

Microsoft Dynamics 365 will be here before we know it, and it is bringing some pretty exciting features to the Microsoft stack. Launching this fall, Microsoft Dynamics 365 is the latest product that specializes in what is known as “business transformation”. Business transformation broadly construed refers to two things, but by no means is it […]

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Microsoft Announces Project Madeira

Microsoft has done it again!  This morning Microsoft announced they will be releasing Project "Madeira" - a new comprehensive business management solution for SMB’s that works right within Office 365. Project “Madeira” allows you to manage your sales, finances, billing, purchasing, and inventory -- all without leaving Outlook. They will also be releasing a Project […]

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How Often Do You Backup Microsoft Dynamics GP?

Surprisingly, many businesses cannot answer this question. Some companies do not know if they have a comprehensive backup system and others do not have one in place at all. A clearly laid out set of procedures surrounding backups is one of the most vital parts of maintaining a healthy system. The last thing a business […]

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Are You Ready for Year-End Close?

It's almost December, so that means it’s time to start thinking about Year-End again! Rimrock is hosting a few Year End Procedures workshops to help you out. Our Dynamics GP team will share best practices related to period-end and year-end processes for your Microsoft Dynamics GP system, and show you how to avoid common mistakes to ensure […]

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Free Dynamics GP Tools with the Professional Services Tools Library

Wishing you could change a Customer or Vendor ID?  Wishing you could combine GL account information into a new account number?  With the Professional Services Tools Library (PSTL) wishes do come true! Prior to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 and 2013, these tools were available by additional purchase only ($750-$1500 each).  They are now absolutely free to both […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Tip – Prevent Posting to Control Accounts

Did you know that Microsoft Dynamics GP automatically directs transactions to control accounts? For example, when a sale is invoiced and the invoice is posted, a transaction is usually posted to the AR account. Once the payments are received and posted, the AR account is again adjusted by automatically generated transactions. Manual postings to these control accounts […]

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