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Repost from Avalara 

When researching my favorite beverage for National and International Coffee Days (Sept. 29 and Oct. 1), I discovered that coffee hyped up goats in ninth century Ethiopia and was dubbed a “bitter invention of Satan” by 17th century Christian Italians. This was unexpected. Still, the history of coffee surprises me less than the...

Posted on Dec 8th Filed under ISV

GP 2018 has arrived!

We are excited to announce that Microsoft has now released Dynamics GP 2018 for download! It is a landmark release that offers immense value to its users.

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 enhances the core application and user experience around the below areas:

  • Comprehensive Doc Attach
  • User Experience
  • Optimize Financials & HRP
  • Workflow
  • Power "Suite" Evolution

Check out Microsoft's...

Posted on Dec 4th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog

The Value of CRM For Your Finance Team

By Ryan Talsma, CRM Product Manager

When people implement CRM systems, their focus almost always tends to be on the customer facing roles (I.e. Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service). However, one of the biggest...

Posted on Dec 1st Filed under Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog

AX 2012 and D365 Operation

The direct delivery workbench is available in AX 2012 and D365.  The simple single location to manage your direct deliveries work well to manage this work load.

You have 2 options to work with direct delivered items.

  • #1 would be to setup your item for direct delivery by setting both the vendor and the Direct delivery flag.  This will automatically create a purchase order when the sales order line is saved.

Released product window, this is controlled at the company level.


Posted on Dec 1st Filed under Microsoft Dynamics AX Blog

If you are running Dynamics GP 2013, a reminder that mainstream support for version 2013/2013R2 will end on April 10, 2018. This means that at that point in time, you will no longer receive any updates—including tax and year-end updates. Contact us to start planning your upgrade...

Posted on Nov 30th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog

Why Should You Be Upgrading Dynamics GP to the Cloud

Is upgrading to the cloud the right move?  

By Carol Livingston, GP Practice Director

Many of our customers have been hearing the buzz around going to the cloud with their ERP and other systems.  At first, many CFO’s and CIO’s were leary about moving any of their systems off their premises and felt it was more secure to have their data stored onsite, where they can keep an eye on it and...

Posted on Nov 29th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog

Why Integrate Dynamics 365 with Dynamics NAV and AX

By Ryan Talsma, CRM Product Manager

It is pretty much accepted that all businesses should have some form of a CRM system. However, many of these businesses are still far from maxing out the benefits that a CRM system can bring. The biggest gap that I see when reviewing customers’ systems, is that they could immediately get a very large return on their...

Posted on Nov 21st Filed under Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog

Dynamics GP 2017 Year End Changes will include the following -

  1. No W2 or W3 form changes this year
  2. There are EFW2 changes
  3. The year-end update will have some product quality fixes delivered
  4. Affordable Care Act (ACA) is still alive and well – the required form changes will be part of the year end update
  5. Depreciation changes mostly around luxury auto depreciation

GP 2013

Remember if you are on any version of Dynamics GP 2013, mainstream support will end on April 10, 2018, after which time you will no longer receive tax...

Posted on Nov 17th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog

By Ryan Talsma, CRM Product Manager

The purpose of this blog post is for those of you who need a quick-start guide to creating fields in Dynamics 365 (or Dynamics CRM), or a quick refresher on how to create fields and the different types. We always recommend allowing a partner such as InterDyn BMI help with your initial setup of the system, or at least a brief Administrator training session prior to diving right into these configurations (especially in a live environment...

Posted on Nov 14th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog

Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales brings digital intelligence into each deal, so you can predict customer needs—and meet them with personal attention that builds relationships and revenue.

3 Great Reasons to Get Started with Dynamics 365 for Sales

It’s Easier Than You Think

Employees catch on quickly with easy, familiar tools like Office 365.

It’s Affordable

It’s all in the cloud—you just turn it on and pay a low, monthly subscription.

Posted on Nov 13th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog


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