Do you use HR and Payroll in Dynamics GP? Are you currently running Dynamics GP 2013 or 2013 R2? Then it’s time to think about upgrading.
Why an ISV Solution Is the Best Choice for a Complicated & Rapidly Changing Industry Like Process Manufacturing
Evaluating your business needs and finding the perfect fit in any ‘one-stop-shop’ software solution is not always a reality.
You’re entering all your payables into your accounting software, right? Did you know the Dynamics GP Job Costing module can turn that administrative task into a source of business intelligence that will improve the profitability of all jobs?
We all know that reporting in Microsoft Dynamics GP is an unavoidable task, but that doesn’t mean it has to be chore. In this blog, the team at Rockton Software shares three great tips to streamline reporting in Dynamics GP.
It’s that time of year again when people come together and empty their wallets in exchange for all kinds of goodies in celebration of different traditions. It’s no wonder why this is an important time of year for vendors.
It’s October, which means sexy (and disturbing) Halloween costumes are hitting the shelves, Christmas sales are already starting and you should be reviewing your employee’s CPP and EI contributions to ensure you don’t receive a PIER report.
Dynamics GP 2016 released in early May. As always, it included a laundry list of new features that are going to “change the way you do business™”. They’re great, but you’re probably more interested in the ones that are going to save you time on a daily basis.
I talk a lot about big changes when talking about Dynamics GP. Whether it’s the impact it can have on a business, or the changes coming in a new version of GP. Well, today I’m going to switch it up and talk about a small change that can save you – the GP end user – a little bit of time and a few clicks.