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Using SQL Views for Development and Analysis

Happy New Year!  If your resolution is to improve your business intelligence capabilities and get about how you're leveraging your data, you've come to the right place.  Whether you’re a developer or end-user, SQL views can be a convenient and powerful utility. For the Developer: As a convenience, views may ...

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Enter, Process and Reconcile Credit Card Transactions in Microsoft Dynamics GP

When you receive your credit card statement, wouldn’t it be nice if all your credit card transactions were in Microsoft Dynamics GP? It would make reconciling the credit card statement much faster, especially if the credit card transactions were easy to identify. The good news is there is functionality in ...

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Meet MIBAR - Introducing Kevin Mercado, NetSuite Consultant

Instead of covering something technical today, I'd like to introduce you to Kevin Mercado, the newest member of the MIBAR team, as a part of our Meet MIBAR series.  Kevin will be working as a full-time NetSuite implementation consultant - and while his professional credentials as an ERP consultant ...

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Hands-Free, Mistake-Free, Rapid Sales Order Entry in Dynamics GP

It’s time to put your customer service team’s pads and pencils away. With Dynavistics catalog-based sales, and template selling and sales pattern analysis modules, sales order entry in Dynamics GP really can be faster, easier and more accurate.  As a Microsoft Dynamics GP consultant, I'm always looking out for ...

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Tips for Importing Historical Invoice Data Into Dynamics GP

I recently received an Excel spreadsheet from a client with historical invoice data that needed to be imported into Microsoft Dynamics GP. I converted the spreadsheet to a text tab delimited file and imported the data using a created SOP eConnect program. When importing, I noticed there were some errors ...

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4 Awesome PSTL Features You’ll Love For Microsoft Dynamics GP

For years I’ve witnessed Microsoft Dynamics GP clients need to alter data in their systems due to changes dictated by either their customers or vendors. However, they hesitated to do it even though Microsoft supplied a tool for these issues called the Professional Services Tool Library (PSTL). Why were ...

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3 Ways Executives Can Avoid ERP Project Pitfalls

Going through the selection process, and successfully implementing, a mid-market business management software solution like a new ERP system can be a very difficult and confusing proposition.  What’s interesting is that business leaders are typically responsible for the decision and end result, and are often the least informed and least ...

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Upgrade Planning and Best Practices

As the leader MIBAR's infrastructure team, I'd like to offer a brief overview of some planning tips and best practices I've learned over the years that can help make your Dynamics GP upgrade a success.  I'll start by highlighting a list of my primary considerations/main steps: Creation of a project ...

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Find The Data You're Looking For With Smartlists in Dynamics GP

Have you ever tried to find basic information in Microsoft Dynamics GP but don’t know which of the 800+ reports to look at? Have you ever tried creating your own Smartlist? Smartlists in Dynamics GP can be a quick and easy thing to create when you understand how they work. ...

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Leverage SuiteTalk to Build a C# Application in NetSuite to Prevent Duplicate Data Import

NetSuite’s SuiteTalk web service enables you to automate and schedule the import of your data from staged files as a transaction in NetSuite.  In this example, I am going to demonstrate a sample routine that will import ACH payment data from an external ACH service into NetSuite as payments.  However, ...

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