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.
The Microsoft Dynamics GP team has created a new app that is available for Windows 8, iOS iPad devices, and Android tablets. This app will allow GP Employees to enter Vacation and Sick time in Payroll or time off against Benefit Timecodes within HR. The app will use the settings within Dynamics GP to determine what types of pay codes the user can enter time against.
Dynamics GP 2015 R2 has officially released and, to get you up to speed, we’re going to share all the great features of the day Microsoft has been putting out over the last month. Today we’re going to give you a threefer, with all the info about the new Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 All in One Document Viewer.
Have you ever tried to series post a few batches in in Financial only to see the error ‘You have not marked any batches for posting’? It’s a known issue in Dynamics GP 2013 and 2015. There are a few fairly simple workarounds but it looks like it may be getting addressed shortly.
If you’re using Microsoft Dynamics 2013 R2 or newer, you’ve likely noticed the new Excel Paste icon in the toolbar when making a journal entry. It’s a simple tool to use and may save time and keying errors when making entries from your Excel spreadsheets.
In Dynamics GP 2015 there are a host of new Employee Self Service functionality. Some of the new features, like viewing paystubs and entering direct deposit information, are self-explanatory but there are a few other we wanted to highlight for you.