It's this time of the year again were fall colours are starting to cover our forests up in the north and south of the Canadian border.. Have a look at Vermont or New England and the beautiful colours.. makes you want to leave your desk and go out for a walk! Today is October 1st... Continue Reading →
It's been a while that the GP official documents page hasn't been updated about the various version's lifespan and end of life.. But, good news, it's been updated today officially on the Microsoft site to reflect the latest product lifecycle, which shows that GP is far from being dead yet. The chart bellow shows that... Continue Reading →
On March 10th some fellow GP consultants reported back issues from customers where Dynamics GP would all of a sudden print a black box in the place where there should be a graphical object (like Check signatures or a Company Logo on GP reports). It's been confirmed the same day by Microsoft's internal source that... Continue Reading →
Many of my clients started early with their GP 2016 & 2018 Year-End updates to get all the new rules from IRS around the 1099 forms filling applied to their GP instance. And this is a time-sensitive issue, as those fillings are expected by the IRS by January 31st every year. The major change this... Continue Reading →
Another round of MS Office updates screwed up your GP client by preventing the Word Template to open after they get generated.
Every year-end it's the same race for Dynamics GP customers that are using either the US or the Canadian Payroll module in their system, they have to apply tax updates to account for the new deduction rates and personal credits. The US customers are lucky, because their tax updates are not tied to a full... Continue Reading →