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Microsoft Dynamics GP Tip – How to Recreate a Vendor Check

If you have accidentally voided the wrong check in Microsoft Dynamics GP, or selected the wrong vendor for the AP transaction, you can recreate the transaction to ensure the vendor account shows the invoice with the correct check number. First, you’ll need to update your checkbook to allow for duplicate check numbers. Go to Financial […]

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10 Tips for Finding an Effective ERP Vendor

Selecting a software vendor to work with is a critical decision for any organization.  Being confident about a vendor's ability to deliver an effective product and timely, helpful assistance is essential for any organization, in order for them to deliver to their own customers.  Listed below are 10 tips to help you find the ERP […]

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Creating Microsoft Excel Connections to SQL databases

Microsoft Excel can be a powerful tool to evaluate SQL data.  In Excel, a connection can be created to directly link to a particular database filtered according to your requirements.   This connection must be validated by a SQL login to ensure the contents of your databases remain secure. The connection can be refreshed to update […]

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What You Can Expect Before, During, and After Your GP Upgrade

‘Tis the season for Year-End updates and soon Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2 will be here. But what can you really expect from the Dynamics GP upgrade process? We have become so accustomed to simply clicking a button and having the latest version without a thought. But because Dynamics GP is a critical business system, […]

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Ten Quick Tips and Features for Everyday Microsoft Dynamics GP Users

There are numerous features that even everyday Microsoft Dynamics GP users may overlook. We’ve compiled ten tips and features for Microsoft Dynamics GP that you may benefit from. Copy Settings You can save time when creating new user records by copying homepage roles, content, and settings from one user to another Different Menu Views Are […]

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Tips for Year-End Closing in Microsoft Dynamics GP

Year-end closing is upon us and the first payroll of 2016 is right around the corner. Stoneridge Software’s HR and payroll specialist prepared a list of tips and tricks for closing out your 2015 year. Don’t update your tax tables until all of 2015 payroll is completed. Once you create your year-end wage report (which […]

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Tips to Improve Cash Flow [Infographic]

One of the biggest mistakes a company routinely makes is waiting until a bill is past due to begin collection efforts. A strong credit department reduces bad debt and past due accounts by becoming proactive about debts collected, preferably before the due date. Collection of debts should be the final step in the sales process, beginning as soon as the debt is incurred. As you can see from the infographic below - the longer an invoice goes unpaid, the less likely you are to collect your money. The infographic also contains a few tips to help you collect before the due date and improve your cash flow.

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Why Automating Your Upgrade Process in NAV 2015 is Easier Than You Think

Few things are as important to computer security as keeping software up to date. Software vendors routinely issue patches and updates for everything from operating systems to email applications, often to address security vulnerabilities that have been discovered or add support for improved security protocols. In other cases, updates may fix bugs, improve stability or […]

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Microsoft Dynamics BI Blog #1 – BI Analysis Cubes Differentiate ERP Analysis

As Football/Hockey season is kicking off—let’s kick-off the Turnkey Technologies BI Blog Series! Business intelligence turns information into action through data gathering, analysis, monitoring, and forecasting to identify opportunities, minimize risk, and improve management insight. This BI definition above reminds us of an often-seen GEICO TV commercial, “Everybody Knows That”. Like many worthwhile endeavors requiring […]

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