When selecting a business solution, it’s important to choose one that grows as your business grows.
Microsoft Dynamics GP does just that by providing flexible, cost-effective, easy-to-use business functionality that can help you efficiently manage your data, and accounting and back office business systems. Continue reading →
In October 2015, Microsoft Dynamics GP2010 will be moved from Mainstream to Extended support, effectively meaning that Microsoft will only provide essential security updates and no more service packs or hot fixes. Whilst we’re big fans of “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it”, there are some compelling reasons to keep moving your software forward and upgrading to latest version. Continue reading →
The feedback on Advantage’s Dynamics GP webinars so far in 2015 have all been extremely positive, so we will be continuing with them in the second half of the year. In the first six months, we’ve covered GP2015, Reporting, Budget/Forecasting tools and much, much more. Continue reading →
Microsoft’s best kept secret? Okay maybe that’s a bit of a stretch, but as a product in the UK, Microsoft Dynamics GP is less known than its big brothers NAV and AX as it’s less heavily promoted by Microsoft, yet it continues to achieve steady growth. Why? Fundamentally Dynamics GP does what it says on the tin, it’s a robust Financial solution that integrates easily with other third party solutions, consolidates that data and then creates meaningful Management Information. Continue reading →
It was a full house on May 19th at the Royal Overseas League with more than 98 GP customers, partners and users registering for the annual Advantage Business Systems Dynamics GP Business Briefing. The highlights of the packed event were: Continue reading →
When the macro is played it will simulate every key stroke you made when recording the macro. The real advantage of using macros is it will go through all the standard GP validations as if you’ve made the changes manually. This is perhaps best illustrated with an example.