We are getting close to the launch of GP 2018. As it approaches, don’t miss this feature of the day.
At Fastpath, when we talk to people about security, we’re often discussing taking a risk-based approach to addressing security setup, but risk a weird concept for people. As humans we worry about being attacked by a shark, but not about being in a car accident on the way to work. Seth Godin’s new post, Getting clear about risk, helps provide some perspective.
Ian Grieve wraps up his look at Dynamics GP macros.
More GP 2018 features ahead of the upcoming release. This time it’s #GP2018 Feature of the Day: Emailing Statement from Customer Card/Inquiry
For Ian Grieve, building GP macros via SQL or Word wasn’t enough, he added on Excel as well.
Ian Grieve continues his series with Microsoft Dynamics GP Macros: Macro By SQL
GP 2018 will do a better job of identifying transactions on hold and facilitating drill down to the details. Holds of various types, who set them, who released them, and when the change happened are pretty common audit requests for Fastpath’s Audit Trail.
You’ll notice that I’m posting this despite my extreme dislike of AA. (Analytical Accounting that is, not Alcoholics Anonymous. Then again, the first often populates the second)
My struggle is that so many, many, many, dare I say many, other accounting system have similar functionality that actually works and is easy to use. While improvements are good, I guess, I wouldn’t improve AA, I would replace it. I mean, what’s the point of adding more cupholders to the pinto when you know it’s going to blow up if you get rear ended? (Millennials click here if don’t know what I’m taking about.)