27 steps to make you better than 99% of other people — The Better Today Club (Repost)

This is a pretty cool blog post I came across on StumbleUpon, which I like to run through on occasion.  It’s making want to meditate.  

This is a pretty cool blog post I came across on StumbleUpon, which I like to run through on occasion.  It’s making want to meditate.

The world is full of people wanting to improve and be more successful, but who aren´t willing to do anything about it. In many cases, this is due to not knowing what to do or thinking they aren´t good enough. 2,066 more words

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The Future of Microsoft Dynamics GP

Mark was sharing his thoughts and opinions on the future of the Microsoft Dynamics family.  As much as I respect Mark, I disagree with most of his blog post, even going so far as to state that it has some incorrect facts about Microsoft Dynamics GP that I would like to clear up.

The Future of Microsoft Dynamics GP

Last Friday Morning, as I was returning from GPUG Amplify in Chicago, I read a blog post from my friend and NAV community leader, Mark Brummel, entitled All roads lead to Sweden with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.

Mark was sharing his thoughts and opinions on the future of the Microsoft Dynamics family.  As much as I respect Mark, I disagree with most of his blog post, even going so far as to state that it has some incorrect facts about Microsoft Dynamics GP that I would like to clear up.

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Discontinuation of Dynamics Online Payment Services — Let’s Talk GP

Microsoft is officially discontinuing Dynamics Online Payment Services.

Re-posted from By Bryan Wilton, President Lets Talk GP

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PowerGP Online is now available for Limited Release for Microsoft Dynamics GP

PowerGP Online, built on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 and powered by the Microsoft Cloud, has been specially configured to give customers a true SaaS (Software as a Service) offering for Dynamics GP that is based on a product with a 20 year track record that is currently in use by over 40,000 customers

Njevity, Inc. is happy to announce the release of PowerGP Online.  It was released on Monday, December 5th, 2016, to a limited group of partners who participated in a partner preview .  General release is expected in Q1 2017.

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Transitioning to using the Microsoft Dynamics GP Web Client

Those of you who know me know that I’ve been in the GP Community since DOS days. Like many Microsoft Dynamics GP partners and customers, I tended over the years to stay in the “On-Prem” world.

Those of you who know me know that I’ve been in the GP Community since DOS days.  Like many Microsoft Dynamics GP partners and customers, I tended over the years to stay in the “On-Prem” world.

“On-Prem” refers to using an application (Like Microsoft Dynamics GP) installed locally on your machine, even if (and it usually is) the data is stored an another machine or server.  This is also called a Rich Client or a Fat Client.

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Intoducing PowerGP Online for Microsoft Dynamics GP

Introducing PowerGP Online for Microsoft Dynamics GP.

Welcome to the Family

What is PowerGP Online?  Well, you’ve heard the saying:

Something old, Something new, Something borrowed, and Something blue.

This old rhyme tells what a bride should wear to her wedding for good luck, and it seems to be a fitting rhyme for us to use as we introduce PowerGP Online.

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Microsoft Cloud Terminology in relation to Microsoft Dynamics GP

This post originally was blogged by Emily Roen at NjevityToGo on 6/22/16.  Although intended for Microsoft Dynamics GP Partners, GP users should understand the terminology as well so I thought it was worth a repost!

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