Great Plains Reseller Newsflash: Dynamics GP Support in Chicago, San Diego

Microsoft Dynamics GP, formerly known as Great Plains Dynamics and eEnteprise is ERP and MRP application for mid-size and smaller businesses.  If you have this accounting package implemented in your organization, or planning to select appropriate Corporate ERP application, we would be happy to help you with current system support, customization, integration, EDI mapping, FRx, Crystal and custom reporting, eCommerce integration, as well as helping you to come through ERP selection sales cycle and final Dynamics GP license acquisition.  We understand the specifics of ERP implementation in Southern California and Chicagoland, plus Houston area where our offices are located.  If you are in USA countryside, we support you remotely via web sessions and phone conferences, it is feasible if you have GP system already implemented and need ongoing support.  Dynamics GP licensing and support highlights:

1. Business Ready licensing model.  Here you should decide either on Business Essential or Advanced licensing schema.  Advanced gives you access to more modules, included for each user and it probably fits to larger business.  Business Essential gives you less functionality and probably fits to smaller organization or to Great Plains Dynamics customers, who are using GP as basic accounting back office

2. Dynamics GP customizations and integrations.  You have good selection of Great Plains customization tools: Dynamics GP Dexterity, eConnect SDK, Modifier with VBA, Extender to name some popular ones.  To cover integration needs, please consider Great Plains Integration Manager module and also eConnect

3. Great Plains EDI.  We are confident in SQL Select statement, Integration Management or eConnect programming to create Electronic Document Interchange integration, which is in compliance with your EDI specifications

4. Dynamics GP Reporting.  Here you have selection of reports design tools: SSRS, FRx (financial reporting: Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Statement, Cash Flow, Consolidated Reporting), Crystal Reports, GP Report Writer.  In our opinion (besides FRx), good report should be based on sound SQL View or Stored Procedure

5. GP integration with Microsoft CRM.  Normally we do not advertise third party products, however in the case of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, you should review Scribe integration products.  Other options would be extracting CRM Quote or Order via MS CRM SDK, or SQL Select statement and then moving it to Dynamics GP via eConnect programming or scheduled Integration Manager integration



Source by Andrew Karasev