Today’s #TipTuesday is a brief post about Budget Transactions. Introduced in GP 2010, Budget Transactions were a feature to add more control over budget changes in Dynamics GP. Here is a brief post on how it works.
Today’s #TipTuesday is a simple one that was introduced in Dynamics GP 2010. Recurring batches have been around forever, but the tiny, nearly unnoticed feature added in GP 2010 was the ability to clear recurring amounts, once the batch is posted.
This is my fourth post in the Did You Know series, tying into Pam’s series on Inside Dynamics GP. Today’s topic is the ability to combine budgets into a master budget. This is very useful for situations where it’s easier to manage smaller budget upload files, perhaps by department or cost centre, and after you’ve imported them into Dynamics GP, then you combine into one big budget for reporting in FRx, Management Reporter or your financial reporting tool of choice.
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I’m behind on my blogging this week! Usually my weekends are my writing time, but instead of writing blogs, I was doing my own month-end and billings for January.
One of the clients I sent an invoice to emailed me today via the new GP2010 EFT Remittance email functionality with my remittance advice for their January invoice.
This client has been using GP’s EFT for Payables for years but only with a handful of vendors each month, the majority of their payments were still via cheque. They had been paying me via EFT but without any remittances or notifications so far. They started asking me about EFT remittance/email functionality as they wanted to expand this to more vendors but needed to have a plan for the remittance advice.
In GP2010, a new feature was introduced to remember the user and company. I’ve seen a few blog posts about this, however I have also seen some incorrect information being posted about this topic which I hope to clear up.