Over at the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog, the Microsoft Dynamics GP Product Management team has been blasting out daily entries with some very cool features coming in the next - very awaited - release, Dynamics GP 2013.
While the first article wasn't precisely a "Feature of the day", news first came of the new pricing model that will probably be in effect with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, labeled Napkin Pricing.
For more information about Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 pricing, please take a look at the following articles over at the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog:
New Pricing for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Announced Today
The "Features" format attempt to explain, why is the feature cool, a picture of the main window containing the functionality, how you can view it, and more interesting, a link to go and learn it. The following graphic (taken from one of the presentations) illustrates the concept:
Finally, here are the 4 links compiled from each feature released. I also took some extra time to provide individual links to presentations and learning scripts.
Feature of the Day: Reason Codes
Original article: Feature of the Day: Reason Codes
Link to presentation: GP2013 Inventory Reason Codes.ppsx
Learning script: GP2013 Inventory Reason Code Learning Script.docx
Feature of the Day: EFT Format Enhancements
Original article: Feature of the Day: EFT Format Enhancements
Link to presentation: GP2013 FOD EFT Format Enhancements.ppsx
Learning script: N/A
Feature of the Day: Bin History
Original article: Feature of the Day: Bin History
Link to presentation: GP2013 FOD Bin Transfer History.ppsx
Learning script: N/A
Feature of the Day: Print on Picklist Shortage Inquiry
Original article: Feature of the Day: Print on Picklist Shortage Inquiry
Link to presentation: GP2013 FOD Print on Picklist Shortage Inquiry.ppsx
Learning script: GP2013 Print on Picklist Shortage Inquiry.docx
I hope you are excited about these features as I am. I know a few customers that will take quite some advantage of these. Have a great weekend learning!
Until next post!
Mariano Gomez, MVP