Featured Post

Dynamics GP 2019 is now Released

It is now released, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2019 which moves the system to the modern product life cycle   " Beginning with the October...

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Dynamis GP 2018 R2 - Upcoming Features

Microsoft is releasing Dynamics GP 2018 R2 in October, 1 2018. As usual, this release is providing further enhancements to the core functionality of the system with top features requested by the clients. Microsoft as recently provided a road map for Dynamics GP up until 2020

With every release of Dynamics GP, Microsoft team starts a feature series addressing the features to be introduced in the next release and sheds a light on the functionality enhancement. Below is a brief list of the promised features:

Financial Enhancements
  • Exclude items from the HITB with zero quantities ( Historical Inventory Trial Balance)
  • Transaction level posting - post through to GL
  • Monthly and Bimonthly recurring batches
  • The ability to display or not the inactive checkbooks in Look-ups
  • Don’t allow duplicate check numbers for Bank transaction entry, miscellaneous checks
Purchasing Enhancements
  • Adding vendor document number to purchasing All in One inquiry 
  • Mass update inactive from Navigation List, Inactivate Reactivate Temporary
  • Check book ID defaults on computer checks batch
  • Allow partial purchase on a purchase requisition from a PO
  • Display vendor Hold status
 Sales Enhancements
  • Sales Transaction Workflow 
  • Print invoice in functional currency from SOP Navigation  list
  • New Smart list for deposits on un-posted sales transactions
  • Print and Email SOP documents at the same time 
  • Customer combiner utility , retain ship to address
  • Additional sort options on SOP Item Inquiry 
  • Email Customer statements 


Additional Top Features
  • Hide business analyzer for all users
  •  Increase Dynamics GP password maximum length to 21 characters
  • Password expiry notifications 
  • Smart list designer favorites display in navigation list 


Best Regards, 
Mahmoud M. AlSaadi


No comments:

Post a Comment