Here are two pieces of good news for Microsoft Dynamics GP users.
It’s not an easy time to be an Australian business. While the Aussie dollar has hit an eight-month high and business confidence has stabilised, experts report increased pressure on wages, profits and revenue growth.
Microsoft will end support for SQL Server 2005 in April next year. As the product’s end of life clock ticks down, it’s time for Microsoft Dynamics GP customers to start thinking about how to respond.
Last year Microsoft announced that it would discontinue development of Business Portal, which has for many years been a component of Microsoft Dynamics GP.
So you’ve checked out the new and improved features that will be included in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 and are looking to upgrade. You’re probably wondering about pricing, and about how much time and effort you’ll need to devote to the upgrade process.
With Microsoft set to release Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 before the end of this year, it is timely to ask what new features users can expect in the new version. Fortunately there are a range of impressive new capabilities in this new version.
Microsoft Dynamics 2013 R2 has now been available since May 2014. Having successfully upgraded some of our clients to the latest version, we thought we’d share some of our favourite features.
There are many ERP users out there that shudder at the following three words: year end closing process. It conjures up images of system crashes, trial balances not balancing and general financial mayhem!
Why is it that two organisations can implement the same piece of software and end up with very different implementation costs?
Valid registration keys are needed to operate Collections Management for Microsoft Dynamics GP. With the transition of the Collections Management to Professional Advantage, this blog might be useful to unravel the RegKey puzzle.