Like Ian, I’ll take more workflow features, but I’m pretty happy with the ones coming in GP 2018.
It’s like Ian is here with us, even though he isn’t. Ian Grieve did get some love in Rod and Belinda’s Data/PowerBI session.
I had an issue in getting GP 2016 R2 set up with Power BI on the Home Page. I worked with Microsoft to resolve the issue. This is what the gifted and dedicated engineer came up with. I’m documenting it here so I can find it again: “I have determined that since Dynamics GP 2016 […]
Little fixes like this are always fun. Power BI does not authorize in GP – Discover Dynamics ERP
Ugh. Here’s the thing. The advice below works, but “simplified, is a bit of a misnomer. The process is just way more work than it should be. Anytime you see “Run a DEXSQL log” this is not a simple process. The irritating part is that GP Power Tools does a much better job of this with a nice UI.
Yeah, I’m late with this but, Microsoft Dynamics GP July Hotfix – 2017 Mid Year Tax Update Now Available | azurecurve azurecurve
Vote early, vote often.
Martin’s piece is pretty much dead on. The only thing he’s missing is that many of Microsoft’s competitors who should be positioned to gain from Microsoft’s mess are also facing challenges. NetSuite, for example, is still working through its acquisition by Oracle and Intacct just announced an acquisition by Sage. We live in interesting times.
My Historical Excel Reports have been updated to include MEM friendly versions of the AR and AP HATB reports. These MEM friendly reports now include pivoting, sorting, filtering by Facility. You can find out more, including how to buy, at http://mpolino.com/gp/historical-excel-reporting/.
It’s always nice to see a free and easy fix.
We have had an increase in requests from customers wanting to implement the Requisitions Module within Purchasing. One of the limitations in Requisitions Entry is the ability to have attachments flow to the Purchase Order. Our customers want to have the ability to email the Requisition Attachments back to the vendor. In many cases, these
This is a nice fix from iSolutions