For almost 35 years, Armond Dalton Publishers has published high-quality supplements for collegiate accounting and information systems courses, including popular courseware for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Over time, the company has carefully added to their product offerings. Today, the company publishes eight supplements; six were authored by their extraordinary team. We provide the Microsoft Dynamics GP technical support desk that professors and teachers assistants use when installing the program and curriculum data on their computers.
I had a call from a customer running Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Sp2. They were using Smartlist the day before when Microsoft Dynamics GP hung. The rebooted their computer and they connected again to the terminal server where Microsoft Dynamics Gp was installed.
A retail media group that creates, manages, and operates online media programs for nationally recognized e-commerce websites had outgrown both QuickBooks and their outsourced bookkeeping. This dynamic organization delivers innovative digital ad campaigns for national brands. Needing better control and quicker reporting, they hired a team of accounting professionals and brought the finance operations in-house.
After upgrading to GP2013, do some of the field values you export to Excel display differently? We are seeing some issues when exporting the same reports used in prior version of Microsoft Dynamics GP when exporting SmartLists to Excel.
Can you afford to be “down” a day, two days or even a week if something should happen to your data? Even if your company is “cloud-centric,” you should continue to read this blog. With the cloud, it may not be feasible to recover a complete server from the cloud. Individual files and folders? Yes … Entire systems? No. What is your hosting provider’s disaster recovery plan? Lose your company’s data and you could lose your business!