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Accounting for Check Numbers in Dynamics GP

Here is the latest in CSSI's GP tips and tricks series. Subscribe to our newsletter for more. Proper accounting controls are important in any business.  One of those controls is to account for all checks used for Accounts Payable.  Great Plains will keep track of all checks that have been voided, however if a check […]

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Dynamics GP Tip: Automatically Generate Purchase Orders for Stock Replenishment

Automating redundant tasks in Dynamics GP is a great way to simplify your workload and free up time for important tasks. This Dynamics GP tip, written by Sean Hunter with Turnkey Technologies, can be used to automatically create replenishment for items that have fallen below minimum amounts required for stock levels. The process also identifies any […]

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Dynamics 365 Tutorials Help You Get up and Running Fast

Are you just beginning with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials? Any time you start using a new software package, you’re bound to have questions about how to do certain tasks. Luckily, the Internet has made finding answers to those questions much easier. Especially for visual learners who like to see how to do something before […]

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ERP Business Intelligence: Using Calculated Measures in Microsoft Dynamics

  In the previous Turnkey Technologies BI Blog, we defined BVDs (BI Value Differentiators) and identified one Dynamics ERP BVD, Analysis Cubes for Excel (ACE). Today we are not covering BI geo-spatial analysis, natural language queries or BI dashboard eye candy. The banner ads on the internet show us enough of that for the moment. […]

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Troubleshooting Manufacturing Order (MO) Receipt Posting Errors in Dynamics GP

When a Manufacturing Order (MO) receipt posting is interrupted, it will not allow a user to receive the MO again. If this occurs, one should first check the MO variance (Inquiry > Manufacturing > Order Variance) window within Dynamics GP. The MO variance is always a good indication as to what happened to the goods. […]

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