There are many reasons to create a modified Word form rather than a standard Word form in Microsoft Dynamics GP.
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When going about a day of seemingly endless data entry in Microsoft Dynamics SL, do you find yourself thinking, there must be an easier way to do this?
Fraudulent Accounts Payable (AP) activities — including malware, check tampering and Business Email Compromise (BEC) — continue to plague organizations across industries.
Setting up a chart of accounts in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations requires prior analysis and planning for how accounts and dimensions will be set up.
You’ve decided to look into a new ERP — that is, new Enterprise Resource Planning software.
Word templates are a useful tool within Microsoft Dynamics GP when you want to create a PDF or email a printout to a client.
Before you take the first step to implement your new ERP solution, make sure you’re building on the right foundation.
While moving to cloud-based HR and payroll offers significant advantages, bringing too much baggage will make the process more complex and less efficient.
In today’s security conscious world, you need to do everything you can to protect your business from fraud.
When working in Microsoft Dynamics AX, many tables are specified as company specific. That means data should be entered separately for each legal entity so users can only access the data in the current company.
The words popularized by T. Bert Lance, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” definitely do NOT apply to your software application environment.