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Creating Budgets in Dynamics GP with the Budget Wizard for Excel

I never bother to enter annual budgets using Microsoft Dynamics GP; why would I when Creating Budgets in Dynamics GP using the Budget Wizard for Excel is so easy.  The Wizard is found by going to Financial>>Cards>>Budgets and then clicking on the New button.  The setup screens are easy to follow and your choices are

Easily Customize Reports with PowerGP Online & a Jet Reports XML file

Admit it, you’re looking at a PowerGP Online Excel Report, one that replaces a Microsoft Dynamics GP Excel refreshable report, and you’re thinking:  I wish I could add a field to this.  I know you are, because I felt the same way when I would use the GP refreshable Excel reports. I’ll show you how

PowerGP Online Announces General Release

  PowerGP Online announces general release as of February 1, 2017.  PowerGP Online is now available to all Dynamics GP partners, who complete a standard partner agreement.  It is also running on Dynamics GP 2016 R2. PowerGP Online, built on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 and powered by the Microsoft Cloud, has been specially configured to give

Importing 757 Microsoft Dynamics GP General Ledger Transactions into PowerGP Online in 43 seconds

  In the video below you can see how fast and easy importing Microsoft Dynamics GP General Ledger Transactions is with PowerGP Online.  In fact, I show it only taking 43 seconds to import 757 journal entries that are comprised of 4,652 distribution lines.    I even get tongue tied in the video, but because the

PowerGP Online is now available for Limited Release

Njevity, Inc. is happy to announce the release of PowerGP Online.  It was released on Monday, December 5th, 2016, to a limited group of partners who participated in a partner preview .  General release is expected in Q1 2017.   PowerGP Online, built on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 and powered by the Microsoft Cloud, has

Why your Hedgehog should be driving your server strategy

  My favorite author on business and leadership is Jim Collins, who wrote two books which have been required reading in a few of my companies “Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies” and “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…and Others Don’t”. While we cannot all run companies such as those