Showing posts from March, 2017

Microsoft Dynamics GP Roadmap Update

It's been a week since I got back from GPUG Amplify 201 7 in Anaheim, California and tell you the truth, I am all the more excited about the future of Microsoft Dynamics GP than a lot of you might be. With all these constant rumors of the product going away or not getting the necessary TLC from Microsoft I am left to wonder, where have I heard this before :-) The truth is, Dynamics GP is alive and well, thank you! And will be for many many years to come. As it's been unveiled in Anaheim, the next couple of years - Microsoft has been producing the roadmap for only 2 years at a time ever since GP 2010 - promise to bring some really cool enhancements to the product, based on entries collected via Microsoft Connect . In particular, GP 2018 (shipping sometimes before the end of Q4) will be introducing 3 major themes that traverse the spectrum of features you would expect from an application born in the on-premise world, but that has effectively cross over to power customers lo

The Connect Corner: Include Multicurrency Vouchers in Payment Run

As of late, I've been thinking of ways to improve the Microsoft Dynamics GP Payables Management module, since it is the center piece for the products we developed here at Mekorma. Our latest product, Multi-Batch Management, will incorporate support for Multicurrency transactions in the upcoming build and there are some benefits to my latest Microsoft Connect request. The problem The Microsoft Dynamics GP Payables Management module provides ample support and comprehensive functionality for Multicurrency transactions, when compared to other mid-market solutions, but could improve the level of automation for certain payment selection activities. Take the following example: Your organization has a supplier headquartered in Canada, with a subsidiary in the Dearborn, Michigan. For certain materials, you are directed to order from the Dearborn, Michigan location, for certain others you are directed to order directly from the headquarters in Canada. For convenience sake, you have b