Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 "Feature of the Day" - Week 5 Digest


Week 5 of the "Feature of the Day" series over at Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP is a mix bag of pleasant surprises: improvements in Sales Order Processing, Accounts Receivable, Human Resources/Payroll, and the Dexterity Runtime Engine, you could easily see how keeping track of all these things at once could drive anyone to the loony bin. As usual, this is where I come in by compiling all these features in one place for your delight.

Feature of the Day: Relate-Link Items for Suggested Sales

Two new windows: Suggest Sales Item Entry and Suggest Sales Item Maintenance

Original article: Feature of the Day: Relate-Link Items for Suggested Sales
Link to presentation: GP2013 Relate-Link Items for Suggested Sales.ppsx
Learning script: N/A

Feature of the Day: Cetification, Licensing, and Training Management

CLTM now allows to delete history (password protected) and rows

Orginal article: Feature of the Day: Cetification, Licensing, and Training Management
Link to presentation: GP2013 13915_CLTM_History FOD.ppsx
Learning script: N/A

Feature of the Day: Multicurrency Apply in RM Cash Receipts Entry

Multicurrency cash receipts can now be applied on the fly to invoices

Original article: Feature of the Day: Multicurrency Apply in RM Cash Receipts Entry
Link to presentation: GP2013 11800_MC Apply FOD.ppsx
Learning script: N/A

Feature of the Day: Select Printer at time of Print

Select Printer at Print Time

Original article: Feature of the Day: Select Printer at time of Print
Link to presentation: GP2013 13715_Select_Printer FOD.ppsx
Learning script: N/A

NOTE: It was just about darn time!

Feature of the Day: Deduction in Arrears Templates

Mandatory Arrears and Arrears Template Setup windows

Original article: Feature of the Day: Deduction in Arrears Templates
Link to presentation: GP2013 Deduction in Arrears Templates FOD.ppsx
Learning script: N/A

In all fairness, while they were no learning scripts, the presentations available acted very well as such. Congrats are in order for the Microsoft Dynamics GP Product Management team.

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
IntellPartners, LLC
http://www.IntellPartners.com/

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