Author: Renato Bellu
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2008-11-24
If you’re accountable for accounting in a mid-level business, Microsoft Dynamics GP accounting software can be your friend. Microsoft Dynamics GP For Dummies improves the friendship by highlighting the most useful and practical features, dispelling the most common misconceptions, and letting you in on the best tips and tricks — all in plain English! Microsoft Dynamics GP For Dummies shows you how to set up and use this modular accounting program. You’ll learn to customize Dynamics Great Plains, get around the program, create a company, build an effective chart of accounts, and maintain a general ledger. You’ll find out how to: Create invoices and bill your customers, manage receipts, and easily match payments to invoices Set up vendors quickly and easily Customize GP fit your business perfectly and make the home page more efficient Work with the modules you’ll use most often in the Purchasing, Sales, Inventory, and Financial series Safeguard your database and set up a disaster recovery plan containing all the right steps Use Professional Services Tools and utilities to find and fix data discrepancies Get inventory under control Close your books at year end and use shortcuts to easily print reports from all the data you’ve collected Save keystrokes with Quick Journal and batch frequency Leverage the interoperability between Dynamics GP and Microsoft Office applications Make upgrading hassle-free Microsoft Dynamics GP For Dummies helps you make this sometimes-complex program do your bidding, which might account for your rising popularity in the office! Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Follow real-life, step-by-step examples that provide the building blocks to build engaging dashboards. This practical guide is all about doing. Get your data, open up Excel, and go!You don't need to be an expert to get the most out of your Dynamics GP implementation and build great-looking, easily maintained dashboards using Microsoft Excel. If you have a working knowledge of Dynamics and Excel you'll be producing amazing dashboards in hours not days.
A step-by-step guide for planning and carrying out your Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 implementation. Detailed descriptions and illustrations of setup screens and practical examples and advice are included for the Dynamics GP system and core modules.If you are a new or existing Microsoft Dynamics GP consultant or an end user who wants to implement, install, and set up core modules of Dynamics GP 2013, then this book is for you. A basic understanding of business management systems and either Dynamics GP or a similar application is recommended.
Accelerate your digital transformation and break down silos with Microsoft Dynamics 365 It’s no secret that running a business involves several complex parts like managing staff, financials, marketing, and operations—just to name a few. That’s where Microsoft Dynamics 365, the most profitable business management tool, comes in. In Microsoft Dynamics 365 For Dummies, you’ll learn the aspects of the program and each of its applications from Customer Service to Financial Management. With expert author Renato Bellu’s clear instructions and helpful tips, you’ll be managing to your fullest advantage before you know it. Let’s get started! Digitally transform your business by connecting CRM and ERP Use data to make decisions across all business functions Integrate Dynamics 365 with Office 365 and LinkedIn Manage financials and operations Are you running a dynamic business? This book shows you how!
A standard tutorial-based approach covering Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and its six financial modules. The book is intended to allow users to improve their system use and workflow by introducing new modules to assist in financial management.This book is for you if you’re a Dynamics GP partner, or Dynamics GP user, primarily focused on delivering application optimizations. This book assumes that you have a working knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics GP and have an understanding of the requirements of financial management.
Learn to build professional and powerful dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP and Excel About This Book This book provides a core foundation for you to understand the ever-changing Microsoft Power BI Through this book, you'll understand how data flows and is secured between Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Excel You'll see how to create amazing dashboards using various tools such as Excel 2016, Power BI, Jet Express, and more Who This Book Is For This book is geared up for analysts and accountants keen on building and maintaining professional dashboards with Microsoft Excel 2016 for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 data, and building financials with visuals using the New Jet Reports Express Tool for Dynamics GP. An introduction is provided for those who want to maintain dashboards in Microsoft Power BI. What You Will Learn Use GP Data in Excel 2016 in a meaningful way Build basic financial statements using Jet Reporting Express, including visualizations Understand the foundation of Power BI and its components Get and maintain data from Dynamics GP in Power BI Find out how to use the Power BI Query Editor (the Get and Transform feature in Excel 2016) Format basic visualizations to get better insights Understand Jet Reports Express, which is used to create basic financial statements Use the new Dynamics GP features, such as OData and adding Power BI tiles on the home page In Detail Microsoft Dynamics GP is a complete ERP solution that is extremely beneficial for small to midsize organizations in helping them grow exponentially. The book shows you in detail how to build great-looking dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP that enhance a company's decision-making processes. This guide will take you from the basics of setting up and deploying to creating secure, refreshable Excel reports. Using a whole host of tools available within Microsoft Dynamics GP and Excel, this tutorial will show you how to visualize your data using simple conditional formatting techniques and easy-to-read charts, and allow you to make your data interactive with slicers. We will also cover core topics such as Business Analyzer, Microsoft SQL Reporting services reports, BI360, and more. You will find out to use Power BI, share and refresh data and dashboards in Power BI, and use Power BI Query Editor. By the end of this book, you will have all the information required to build interactive dashboards using Dynamics GP. Style and approach The book takes a step-by-step approach and contains real-world examples that provide the building blocks to create engaging dashboards. This practical guide is all about doing. Get your data, open up Excel, and go!
Author: Joel Scott
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2011-02-10
Customer relationship management, or CRM, is certainly a hot topic in business today. If you have a small or medium-sized business, chances are you’re already aware of all it can do for you. But with so many options and so much to think about, how do you get a CRM system in place with a minimum of hassle? Well, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 For Dummies is a great place to start! Written by veteran CRM experts Joel Scott and David Lee, this friendly guide will have you understanding and using Microsoft’s CRM solution in a jiffy. Whether you’re considering a CRM system for the first time or you’ve decided to switch from another system to Microsoft Dynamics CRM, this book will make it easy to: Maintain and manage all your customer information Personalize Microsoft CRM to work for your business Set up CRM to support sales, marketing, and customer service Use the Outlook client Manage territories and business units Create and manage activities Generate quotes and invoices Implement and manage a marketing campaign Work with contracts, and much more Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 For Dummies is packed with information on the latest version, It will help you get a unified view of your customer information and interactions through integrated sales, marketing, and customer service features. And that, as every business owner knows, is important to improving your bottom line!
The compilation of best skillset to harness Microsoft Dynamics NAV for Administrators, Consultants, and Developers About This Book Take your skills to the next level with Dynamics NAV by implementing all the latest and advanced features Get a comprehensive coverage of how the NAV system can be implemented and maintained to get the most out of it Get powerful insights into how to integrate Dynamics NAV with third-party tolls and extend its functionality Who This Book Is For This book is ideal for administrators, developers, and consultants who are looking to take their knowledge of Dynamics NAV to new heights. You're expected to have a basic knowledge of Dynamics NAV workflows and C/AL, C/SIDE development. What You Will Learn Installing the NAV system in different environments Implementing the system with the correct setup Maintaining the system to get the best possible performance Tuning up the Dynamics NAV to get better outcomes The Version Control strategy for Dynamics NAV developers Integrating other software and features to remove limitations Understanding your own system better Being able to solve customers' problems with “out-of-the-box” features Reducing customization and additional development time In Detail The book begins by giving you a brief introduction to setting up your NAV environment and shows you how to install and configure it according to your requirements. You will then dive deep into the latest design patterns, network architecture, and topologies. We will show you how you can integrate NAV with the Microsoft platform, and secure your deployment by managing roles and permissions. Moving on, we will explain how to monitor and manage server instances using the Administration tool. We'll discuss how you can take advantage of the expanded extensibility and connectivity capabilities for a tighter integration with the cloud as well as handheld devices. Then, we'll show you how you can make use of the PowerBI capabilities that have been built into Dynamics NAV. By the end of the book, you will be confident in developing and administering a Dynamics NAV implementation that will leverage all of the new features. Style and approach This book takes a straightforward tutorial approach, providing you with step-by-step explanations and simple example-oriented walkthroughs. It is filled with use cases and situations that show you the different pitfalls you might encounter and how to get past them.
Microsoft® Dynamics CRM 2013 Unleashed presents start-to-finish guidance for planning, customizing, deploying, integrating, managing, and securing both cloud and on-premise based versions of Dynamics CRM. Leading Dynamics implementer Marc Wolenik fully covers Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Fall ’13, and many features first introduced in Microsoft’s “Polaris” and Update Rollup 12. You’ll find thorough coverage of Dynamics’ revamped “Flow” interface and advanced cross-platform mobile client support. Extensive new coverage also includes: Business Process Flows, Portable Business Logic, reporting and forms improvements, server-side email synchronization, MarketingPilot, NetBreeze, Yammer, and much more. Drawing on extensive insider knowledge, Wolenik presents proven best practices and pitfalls to avoid in using every significant Dynamics CRM 2013 capability–information available in no other book. Marc J. Wolenik, is CEO of Webfortis, a Microsoft Gold Customer Relationship Management Competency Partner that specializes in delivering Microsoft Dynamics CRM/xRM solutions for companies of all sizes. Learn from experience and dive deep into CRM technologies that cross almost every industry and vertical. His books include Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Unleashed, Microsoft CRM 4 Unleashed, and Microsoft CRM 4 Integration Unleashed. Detailed information on how to… Compare on-premise and cloud versions of Dynamics CRM, make your best choice, and deploy painlessly Use the advanced configuration and customization options that offer you the most value Take full advantage of Dynamics CRM’s new flow interface and productivity shortcuts Learn about new add-on features for Dynamics, including MarketingPilot, NetBreeze, and Yammer Personalize dashboards, activities, calendars, data import/export, and more Manage leads, opportunities, accounts, contacts, marketing lists, collateral, campaigns, quotes, orders, and invoices Integrate schedules, cases, contacts, and product/service information Build powerful automated workflows, processes, and complete solutions Deliver CRM applications to smartphones and tablets, including iOS devices Provide watch lists, automatic alerts, and other sales help through InsideView Social Insights Extend Dynamics CRM with custom plug-ins and add-ons Integrate Dynamics CRM 2013 with SharePoint, Azure, SQL Server, SRSS, Visual Studio, and .NET Framework ON THE WEB: Download all examples and source code presented in this book from informit.com/title/9780672337031 as it becomes available
The smart way to learn Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011—one step at a time! Use the easy-to-follow lessons to master the fundamentals of creating and managing accounts; working directly within familiar tools such as Microsoft Outlook; tracking customer activity and communications; managing campaigns, leads, quotes, contracts, and orders; and employing basic to advanced reporting capabilities. Includes downloadable, ready-made practice files and complete Book.
Over 100 powerful and effective recipes to help you solve real-world Dynamics GP problems About This Book Switch to Dynamics GP 2016 to take advantage of improved cloud support, workflow enhancements, and a more intuitive user experience Understand the various tips and tricks to master Dynamics GP, and improve your system's stability in order to enable you to get work done faster Discover how to solve real-world problems in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 with easy-to-understand and practical recipes Who This Book Is For The book is for Dynamics GP users or Dynamics GP partners. It assumes that you have a basic understanding of business management systems and Microsoft Dynamics GP. What You Will Learn Explore the new enhancements in Dynamics GP 2016 Personalize Microsoft Dynamics GP to improve accessibility and efficiencies Maintain Dynamics GP and ensure proper operation of the system using optimum processes Efficiently organize Microsoft Dynamics GP to improve processes Leverage the power of SmartLists using proven tips and techniques and undocumented search functionalities Connect Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 to Microsoft Office 2013 Enhance the usability of Microsoft Dynamics GP with hacks Expose the hidden features in Microsoft Dynamics GP to improve efficiency and get more from the system Deploy and use the Support Debugging tool to trace, locate, and resolve problems encountered by users Explore PowerBI and how it can be used with Dynamics GP 2016 In Detail The latest release of Dynamics GP 2016 offers a powerful, adaptable, and cloud enabled enterprise accounting software solution. The new version has experienced changes in serviced-based architecture, workflow, existing functionalities, and the introduction of plenty of new features. This book will help you get the most out of Dynamics GP quickly and effectively. This book picks up where implementation training leaves off. Whether you are new or experienced, you will find useful recipes to improve the way you use and work with Dynamics GP. The book starts with recipes designed to enhance the usefulness of Microsoft Dynamics GP by personalizing the look and feel of the application. Most of the recipes are designed to give you tips for a typical installation of Dynamics GP, including core financials and distribution modules. The book then moves through recipes that include automating Dynamics GP to allow users or administrators to focus on value adding tasks, connecting Dynamics GP to Microsoft Office, exposing hidden features in Dynamics GP, PowerBI, and much more! Style and approach This book follows a recipe-based approach with a problem-solution mind-set. Each recipe is independent of the others; real-world tested, and designed to be used immediately.
Author: Marshall B. Romney
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Release Date: 2005-12-01
Genre: Business & Economics
Audience: This lab manual is intended for students taking a first year computerized accounting course or an upper division course in Accounting Information Course Approach: Integrated approach means there are two levels. Level One instructs the student on basic Great Plains transaction entry and reporting. Level Two skills are geared for AIS courses where the focus revolves more on internal control concepts. The focal point of this level is to teach students to apply internal control concepts within a general ledger environment. Competitors: Computerized Accounting Using Microsoft Great Plains Dynamics, 2e, by Arens/Ward, Schneider (ITP)