As a standard practice, whenever I set up a new CRM organization I don’t modify the out-of-box configuration of Security Roles. Instead, I make a
Last May, Microsoft announced that it will no longer be investing in new features to Management Reporter and that it has partnered with Jet Reports
In keeping with best practices, I always like to test my modifications and upgrades before Go Live. For me, it helps with reviewing the steps
With year-end procedures in full gear, Microsoft has released Dynamics GP 2016 R2, the latest in the Dynamics GP series. This year, they’ve done something
KTL Solutions wants to keep you in the loop! This is our follow up blog from “Microsoft Announces the End of Management Reporter.”
As many people are slowly finding out, Microsoft and Jet Reports have ventured into a partnership to provide Jet Express for Excel. Jet Express is an Excel-based, financial reporting tool that will not only allow you to create basic reports in minutes, but also ad hoc reporting that will pull from all GP tables.
If you are a Microsoft Dynamics user, your world has once again been shaken up. Microsoft announced on Sunday, at their Amplify event in California, that they will no longer develop Management Reporter. Yes, this feels eerily similar to a few years back when they announced that they were sun-setting FRx and replacing it with Management Reporter. Now, don’t let this send you in to a tizzy. Microsoft will continue to support Management Reporter until 2026. However, it’s not recommended to stick with a tool that is no longer going to be updated or enhanced.
With the advent of the web client, a lot of things have had to change in the way we create customizations in Dynamics GP. VBA is not used with the web client, so right away, all those old VBA