It’s this time of the year when all the leaves are on the ground (or almost) and the first snowflakes signals that Christmas is soon at the door too. That’s when you know it’s time again to get ready for the year end processing, and most important, the tax tables updates.
The GP community south of the Canadian border have it easy, as usually they get their updates by mid- or end-November.
Terry Heley from Microsoft announced today the release for the US of the version for GP 2016.. 2013 & 2015 are scheduled to follow next week..
2017 US Year-End update released
Microsoft has also prepared a nice
PowerPoint presentation for this YE 2017 prep, with tons of resources and links, even how to open a support case if you’re stuck and can’t find help over the holidays 🙂
If you still struggle with your Year-End processes and don’t know where to start, then look no further and head over to the
GPUG Collaborate where there is plenty of webinar recordings about the topic.
Happy Year-End preparation.
Until next time,
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Beat is using Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains since version 7.x back in 2003. Learned up the ins & outs of the system, mainly by creating reports and Excel queries linked to the back-end of the system. Migrated in one company the Manufacturing system from HLM (Horizon Light Manufacturing) to the Microsoft Manufacturing module with Forecasting and resource planning.
Forensic Technology is running GP2010R2 and migrated the financial reporting from FRx 6.7 to MR2012. Using modules like Mekorma Check Printing, Canadian Payroll, Business Portal with TS & ER integrated with PDK (Personal Data Keeper) from MS. Some of the 3rd party products that are used include Rockon Software, eOne and Microsoft's own tools. The company is using Dynamics GP in a multi-site / multi-company configuration with several offices around the world and multiple currencies.
He has been working with SQL server for several years, coming from a main-frame background with DB2 and ISAM files. Recently started to work with SQL 2012 and SSAS. Uses various reporting tools for many years, like Crystal Reports, Excel, Report writer in GP and SSRS.
He has been awarded the GPUG All Stars title at the GPUG Summit 2013 in Tampa FL for his contribution to the Dynamics GP community and active participation as a presenter at several events like Convergence and GPUG Summit.
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