Microsoft Dynamics GP has a great feature that captures posting processes that have issues or get interrupted. This is EXTREMELY helpful and helps protect GP users against many different reasons a batch would fail to post.
Normally we go into Batch Recover (Microsoft Dynamics GP>Tools>Routines>Batch Recovery) for two reasons: We either receive an error when the batch tries posting (that we notice) or, at month end, when things aren’t necessarily making sense when reviewing our financials or our reconciliations.
Here is a tip to help make sure that postings that go to ‘Batch Recovery’ are noticed much sooner than month end, and helps save us tons of time!
Continue reading “GP #LifeHacks 108 : Batch Recovery – Tip to manage this like a pro using Startup folder!”
GPUG Summit is right around the corner (October 10-13, 2017) – I cannot wait! Great city, great people, tons of fun and oh yeah, tons of educational sessions about Microsoft Dynamics GP and much more!
It’s going to be a blast and I hope you join me!
View the entire breakout session schedule online here. Remember, content is the king of GPUG Summit.
I am extremely fortunate (and excited!!!) to be participating in 7 breakout sessions this year!
Below is a list of these sessions and a link to take you to more details about them!
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Over the past few years, many new features of Microsoft Dynamics GP were included with each roll-out. Because of an accelerated cadence of releases, many of these new features go unnoticed and therefore, unused.
I came across this little nugget the other day and I wanted to post a quick write up to my blog site so that I, and my followers, were reminded of this #GPLifeHack.
Normally folks create cash receipts and then, during a second step, create a deposit to match the batch of cash receipts that they took to the bank. The cash receipts batch is usually a one to one relationship with the deposit. So turn your two step process into one by implementing “Automatically post deposits from cash receipts”.
Here is a brief overview of how this feature.
Continue reading “GP Life Hacks #126 – Automatically create bank deposits from Cash Receipts”
I have been using Mass Close for a few years now. Not many Microsoft Dynamics GP users use it (in my experience). I like to use it because it is origin specific closing, versus Series specific closing – the later is used by most everyone.
The ‘trouble’ with Series closing is that there are times when you need to enter transactions into certain areas for the previous month. What folks typically do is open and close the series over and over again to achieve this. Mass Close eliminates this need and adds extra internal controls to the closing process.
In this blog I’ll cover the mass close option, as well as share a SQL view that I turned into an Excel Report for easy managing of origin status!
Continue reading “#GPLifeHacks 112: SQL View turned Excel Report for Fiscal Period Closing data”
#GPTechConf will be held next week, August 8th, 9th & 10th, in Fargo, ND. I am very excited to tell you that I just finished putting the finishing touches on my presentation for next week’s conference!
This event is going to be a great opportunity for consultants from all aspects of GP!
I can’t wait to see my friends and learn Learn LEARN!!! For a full list of sessions, and to register, check out : GPTechconf.com
Now more about my contribution to this awesome training opportunity!
Continue reading “GP Tech Conference Session – Workflow!”
If you’ve heard any of my ‘soapbox’ special discussions recently, you know that I am a huge fan of the enhancements flooding into Microsoft Dynamics GP. In particular, I love to explore the workflow functionality!
Today I was asked a great question about controls involving turning a requisition into a PO. At first, I was thinking that workflow handled this type of ‘control’. However, after some discussion, I realized I was not listening well enough, and in fact, there is an easy way a requisition user can change the quantity, amount, etc… as they turn the requisition into a PO – after it was approved! YIKES!!!!
GP Life Hack #176 – Requisition to PO – A Workflow gap identified! (and fixed!)
Continue reading “#GPLifeHacks 176 – Requisition to PO – A Workflow gap identified!”
Putting a vendor on ‘Hold’ is a helpful option when we want to prevent any payments from being made against a particular vendor. This can be done for a variety of reasons, for example, (and my favorite!) we might put a vendor on hold until we receive their W9 document.
This allows us to continue entering invoices but prevents payments being made to that vendor…. for all of that vendor’s invoices.
But… wait. What if I just have a question about a particular invoice and don’t want to accidentally pay it, but do not want to put the vendor on hold?
GP Life Hack #152 – Put individual Payable Documents on Hold
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