In Microsoft Dynamics GP2015, there are several new features. One that may be useful is the Purchasing All in One View. After selecting the appropriate vendor, this view enables the user to view Purchase Orders, Receipts, Invoices, Payments, and Returns.
What is MVC, really?
MVC stands for Model – View –Controller. It is a design pattern that separates the presentation layer from the actual data processing so that the same model can be used for various views.
The adage “A picture is worth a thousand words” refers to the notion that a complex idea can be conveyed with just a single still image. It also appropriately characterizes one of the main goals of data visualization, namely making it possible to absorb large amounts of data quickly.
The point of Power View is to make it very easy to create pretty, interactive data presentations or reports that will make your boss go “Wow, how did you do that? You’re a genius!” Well, OK, maybe not that far but you’ll definitely look smart. Plus, it also can be used to explore your data visually without worrying about messing anything up and even make reports on your own, without IT help.