There are some key differences to be aware of in the Purchase Order statuses and controls between Dynamics GP and Dynamics 365 for Operations.Read More
In my previous blog post Entering Invoices Paid by Credit Card - Non-inventory Transactions, I went through the process for entering non-inventory transactions that are paid by credit card. In this post I will provide the process for invoices related to inventory for Dynamics GP.Read More
Often, I am asked how the drop ship process in Dynamics GP really works. Most of our clients that use the process find it a little cumbersome, and sometimes confusing. In this blog, I will outline the process from Sales Order creation through vendor invoicing.
In order for the drop ship process to work correctly, and to be able to reconcile your Accrued Drop Ship account at month end, you will need:Read More
Purchase Order Generator is an important feature in Dynamics GP. It is especially useful for companies that have a larger amount of stock inventory where the parts don’t change significantly over time. Once you have determined that Purchase Order Generator will work for you, there are a few items that you should plan for prior to your implementation of the Purchase Order Generator feature:
First, will you be using “Order Point” or “Order-Up-To Level” as your method for determining purchase order quantities? When using “Order Point” quantities, the required quantity suggested for a purchase order is calculated by Order Point Quantity - Available Quantity = Order Quantity.Read More