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Microsoft Dynamics GP goes beyond what a simple stand-alone ERP solution or accounting software can do. Are you utilizing the full potential of your accounting system? Microsoft Dynamics GP has been developed to work the way you work and help you make better decisions, but you first need to take full advantage of its capabilities.

This July WebSan University offers a special free 2-hour online training session about Microsoft Dynamics GP GL/ AP/ AR modules that you should start using today.

Here is a quick outline of the main topics that are going to be discussed during this session:

  • Module 1: Account Rollups
  • Module 2: Fixed Assets
  • Module 3: Intercompany
  • Module 4: EFT
  • Module 5: National Accounts
  • Module 6: Smartlist Reminders

Register now for this training session on July 23, 2014, 1 – 3 pm EST

WebSan Solutions Inc. is a Microsoft Dynamics GP & CRM Partner, located in Toronto, Canada. With over a decade of experience in Enterprise Software solutions, online accounting software, implementation and design, the experts at WebSan know how to help you transform your business.

Doriana Kote, Web Marketing Coordinator, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Channel Elite Awards Winner for 2013

 

Published in Dynamics GP Training

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The Project Accounting Webinar Series has successfuly covered already four major parts of the Project Accounting module in Microsoft Dynamics GP. For those of you who were unable to attend the previous parts, we have uploaded the whole series on our YouTube channel so you can easily catch up:

  1. Project Accounting Setup and Key Concepts
  2. Project Accounting Budgeting and Costs
  3. Project Accounting Transactions
  4. Project Accounting Inquiries and Reports

Our next part of the series will cover the Project Accounting Billing Setup and Processes in Dynamics GP. In this webinar you will learn how to set up billing cycles for generating billing invoices, how to apply customer payments to billing invoices and to project balances, how to determine the number of days that billing amounts are past due as well as how to suspend billing for customers, contracts and projects. 

You can also take a look at the course outline below to see the topics that will be covered.

Course Outline

  • Module 1: Billing Cycles
  • Module 2: Invoice and billing formats
  • Module 3: Billing Invoices
  • Module 4: Applying and Aging
  • Module 5: Billing Suspension

WebSan Solutions created this free Project Accounting Webinars Series so that all users who want to enhance their skills in Dynamics GP Project Accounting can join us on this training journey.

Register now for Part 5 – Project Accounting Billing on July 17, 2014 at 11 am EST

Coming Next – Project Accounting Posting Setup and Control

Doriana Kote, Web Marketing Coordinator, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Channel Elite Awards Winner for 2013

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This June WebSan Solutions is holding a new part of the Project Accounting Webinar Series featuring  Inquiries and Reports, aiming to take your skills to the next level.

This webinar will teach you how to view detailed information about cost, billing, revenue and profit amounts for contracts, projects and cost categories.

Below you can get a quick glimpse of what you are going to learn in the Project Accounting Inquiries and Reports webinar:

• Module 1: Cost inquries and reports
• Module 2: Billing inquires and reports
• Module 4: Revenue inquiries and reports
• Module 5: Profit inquiries and reports

Don't forget that the Microsoft Dynamics GP Project Accounting Webinars Series is free and everyone can sign up and follow us on this training journey.

Register now for Part 4 – Project Accounting Inquiries and Reports on June 19, 2014 at 11 am EST

Coming Next – Project Accounting Billing

Doriana Kote, Web Marketing Coordinator, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Channel Elite Awards Winner for 2013

Published in Dynamics GP Training
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 15:30

The 5 Best Dynamics GP YouTube Videos

Everyone has turned to YouTube to gain information, insight and knowledge about everything and anything. Visit WebSan Solutions YouTube channel to watch helpful videos about GP modules. 

WebSan University is bringing knowledge to life by creating a series of interactive online courses through an easy-to-use intuitive system. Who said corporate training has to be boring? Empower your employees with online training!

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By: Natalie Williams, Marketing Coordinator, WebSan Solutions Inc., Canadian Silver Certified Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner

 

Published in Dynamics GP
Wednesday, 28 May 2014 19:03

Ah, Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday.

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For most, it is a day of thrills and excitement *eye roll*. For system administrators, it is a day of skepticism and uncertainty. It reminds me of an old adage you may be familiar with, “When a door closes, five windows break”.

Microsoft released an update for Remote Desktop Connection (8.1) back in February (KB2830477) to introduce new (native) features from Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 to computers running Windows 7 SP1. There were a few issues that stemmed from the release, including the inability to use smartcard and smartcard devices in RDP sessions. One issue that directly affected our clients was the inability to launch RDP packages from our remote desktop websites. Users could click an application icon, but the packages would not run.

One solution is to uninstall the update (KB2830477) from the respective user’s workstation, thereby reverting back to the original RDP client version. However, this did not resolve the issue for all of our client users. Interestingly, we had a mix of users within the same client organization that either had or did not encounter the issue.

After some extensive debugging, a second solution was found that requires a change to the registry on the user’s workstation. These steps are outlined below:

*Note: Serious issues can occur if registry changes are made incorrectly. Have your system administrator make the required changes, if needed.

1. Open regedit (Click Start -> Run.., then type regedit and hit enter)

2. Navigate to
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\TypeLib\{FC5988CF-6D6A-4812-ADD9-2DDE4F47346F}\1.0\0\win64
right-click on the ‘win64’ key and select ‘Permissions’.

3. Click the ‘Advanced’ button, then click on the ‘Owner’ tab and change the ownership to your current user.

4. Return to the permissions window and assign the ‘Read’ permission to “Everyone”.

Once these steps were completed, the RDP packages ran for any users encountering the issue. Now let’s just hope our update for the update does not have us spiralling out of control.

Brandon Germaine is an Application Specialist at WebSan Solutions Inc, a Microsoft Dynamics GP Silver Partner 2013 Canadian Channel Elite Awards Winner. Brandon can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 416-499-1235 ext 219.

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Have you ever attended a meeting, training session or webinar and left with unanswered questions? Did you feel there were all these little details that you wanted to learn about but time was running out?

This June WebSan Solutions is hosting a special user focused Q&A Webinar, where Andrew King, Managing Director will answer any questions about Microsoft Dynamics GP.

The following examples can give you an idea about things you can ask about: consult

  • My aged trial balance with options-detail report is off by one penny. How can I balance this account?
  • Is it possible to export our inventory items with list price using the Standard SmartLists, or is there another way to see List Prices for items?

Click here to Submit Your Questions

We will collect all the questions and try to answer as many as possible on June 12, 2014 at 11 am EST in our hourly webinar. WebSan Solutions Inc. is a Microsoft Dynamics GP Certified Partner located in Toronto, with over a decade of experience in implementing projects for small and medium sized businesses.

Doriana Kote, Web Marketing Coordinator, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Channel Elite Awards Winner for 2013

 
Published in Microsoft Dynamics GP

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 is scheduled to be released soon, so if you haven’t already upgraded to Dynamics GP 2013, here’s your chance!

Other than report fixes in Dynamics GP 2013 R2, there are much more features that you can look out for! Some of the new features to be released include:

Being able to paste a general ledger entry from an Excel spreadsheet, default sort order for cheques and reprinting outstanding transactions in bank reconciliation.

Leslie Vail explains how to paste a GL entry from Excel: “It’s simple to set up and simple to do. First, your journal entry distributions need to be entered as below on a spreadsheet. Next, highlight the information you want to put into your journal entry, and then put your cursor on the first line of your journal entry. Finally, push the [Post] button and your distributions will populate the journal entry.”

Microsoft said it will space its Dynamics GP updates roughly six months apart in a cycle that is "designed to enhance our new business proposition and bring incremental value to [Business Ready Enhancement Plan] customers on a much more regular basis."

To read about more Dynamics 2013 R2 features, click here. http://community.dynamics.com/gp/b/gpteamblog/default.aspx

 

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Natalie Williams, Marketing Manager, WebSan Solutions

Published in Microsoft Dynamics GP

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When a Manufacturing Order (MO) receipt posting is interrupted, it will not allow a user to receive the MO again. If this occurs, one should first check the MO variance (Inquiry > Manufacturing > Order Variance) window within Dynamics GP. The MO variance is always a good indication as to what happened to the goods. If the MO variance has zero quantities or dollars in the consumed column, one would assume they may receive the MO.

Manufacturing Order Variance

 

If Dynamics GP provides an error informing the user that units are not available to be received when attempting to receive the MO, one should check the database. To do this, run the following SQL statement:

select * from MOP1000 where MANUFACTUREORDER_I = 'MO number'

Check if there are quantities in the QTYRECVD and QTYSOLD columns. Since posting is interrupted, it may have created values in the QTYRECD column and hence the MO cannot be received.

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Update the MOP1000 table and set the QTYRECVD back to zero. This will allow you to receive the MO.

Katrina She, CMA, Application Specialist, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Published in Tips & Tricks

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This month WebSan's Project Accounting Webinar Series features Transactions, aiming to take your skills to the next level, whether you are a total beginner or an advanced user in Microsoft Dynamics GP.

This course will help you ensure that project accounting is tightly integrated with the financial management in your organization in order to maximize revenue, reduce leakage and achieve successful project performance.

So are you interested in learning how to set up and enter employee expense transactions for tracking project costs and billing customers? Do you know how to specify payroll pay codes and posting options?

Below you will find the course outline for Project Accounting Transactions and what you should expect learning from this webinar:

• Module 1: Timesheets
• Module 2: Employee Expense Transactions• Module 3: Miscellaneous logs - Fees
• Module 4: Purchasing Documents and Transactions
• Module 5: Inventory Transfers
• Module 6: Item returns

Most importantly the Project Accounting Webinars Series is FREE so everyone can join us on this training journey.

Register now for Part 3 – Project Accounting Transactions on May 22, 2014 at 11 am EST

Coming Next – Project Accounting Inquiries and Reporting

Doriana Kote, Web Marketing Coordinator, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Channel Elite Awards Winner for 2013

Published in Dynamics GP Training

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Have you considered getting additional users for Microsoft Dynamics GP? Now it's your chance to purchase new licenses. Microsoft has recently made an announcement about increasing Microsoft Dynamics GP user prices across versions and licensing models effective July 1, 2014. So, if you think that you will need more Dynamics GP users in the next 6 to 12 months, we suggest this is the right time to buy those licenses before the prices go up.

The additional charge will not impact the enhancement plan cost of users you have licensed prior to 1 July 2014, subject to the Customer Services and Support Plan Policy.

WebSan Solutions offers a simplified pricing plan for Microsoft Dynamics GP for $250/ user/ month, including all GP modules:


• General Ledger
• Accounts Receivable/ Accounts Payable
• Management Reporter
• Electronic Bank Reconciliation
• Fixed Assets
• Sales Order Processing and Invoicing
• Inventory Management
• Purchase Order Processing
• Project Accounting
• Payroll (US or Canada)
• Human Resources
• Manufacturing


The price also includes training and other useful features such as multicurrency management and multiple companies. Get an instant quote and find out more details about WebSan's pricing plan.

Doriana Kote, Web Marketing Coordinator, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Channel Elite Awards Winner for 2013

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