#GPUGAmplifySA I am off to GPUG Amplify South Africa 2018


David Meego - Click for blog homepageEarly in the morning of Wednesday 16th May, my wife, Jennifer, and I will be getting onto a flight to South Africa to attend the GPUG Amplify South Africa 2018 conference being held on the 21st and 22nd of May 2018 in Johannesburg.

We are looking forward to catching up with friends in the Microsoft Dynamics GP community in Africa and also with the other international guests coming to the conference.

Read on for details of the special offer for conference attendees.

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Updated Builds for all Winthrop Products as at 09-May-2018


David Meego - Click for blog homepageWinthrop Development Consultants is pleased to announce that updated builds for GP Power Tools, Batch Posting Service Toolkit and the free Visual Studio Integration Toolkit are now available.

Please note that these builds are required to ensure that the products remain registered after 01-Jul-2018. All customers will need to update their systems before their current subscriptions expire to avoid interruptions to their registrations.  Install over the top of the existing builds, no need to uninstall.

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#VSIT Visual Studio Integration Toolkit build 13 released


David Meego - Click for blog homepageWinthrop Development Consultants is pleased to announce the release of Visual Studio Integration Toolkit (VSIT) Build 13 for Microsoft Dynamics GP.

This build incorporates changes to the underlying Registration and Update Check systems required for the transition in distribution channel to Winthrop Development Consultants. It also includes a few bug fixes.

This build needs to be installed on all workstations at all customer sites before their current subscriptions expire to ensure a smooth change over of registration systems. Install over the top of the existing build, no need to uninstall.

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#BPST Batch Posting Service Toolkit build 8 released


David Meego - Click for blog homepageWinthrop Development Consultants is pleased to announce the release of Batch Posting Service Toolkit (BPST) Build 8 for Microsoft Dynamics GP.

This build incorporates changes to the underlying Registration and Update Check systems required for the transition in distribution channel to Winthrop Development Consultants. It also includes a few bug fixes.

This build needs to be installed on all workstations at all customer sites before their current subscriptions expire to ensure a smooth change over of registration systems. Install over the top of the existing build, no need to uninstall.

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#GPPT GP Power Tools build 24 released


David Meego - Click for blog homepageWinthrop Development Consultants is pleased to announce the release of GP Power Tools (GPPT) Build 24 for Microsoft Dynamics GP.

This build incorporates changes to the underlying Registration and Update Check systems required for the transition in distribution channel to Winthrop Development Consultants. It also includes numerous enhancements and a few bug fixes.

This build needs to be installed on all workstations at all customer sites before their current subscriptions expire to ensure a smooth change over of registration systems. Install over the top of the existing build, no need to uninstall.

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Winthrop Development Consultants will distribute all of its products directly from 01-Jul-2018


David Meego - Click for blog homepageWinthrop Development Consultants has been working closely with Mekorma to distribute its product range for the last two years. Back in November 2017, we moved our free Visual Studio Integration Toolkit (VSIT) product back to Winthrop. Now we are pleased to announce that the remaining products; GP Power Tools (GPPT) and Batch Posting Service Toolkit (BPST) will be distributed directly by Winthrop Development Consultants from July 2018.

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Friday Funny: It’s true, Toilets do flow the other direction in Australia


David Meego - Click for blog homepageFor many years, when I have visited the US for conferences, there is always someone who makes a joke about the toilets flowing in the other direction in Australia. I am not talking about back up (unless there is really bad flooding), but the direction of the rotation as the water flows down.

The answer is yes, it does flow the other way. It is called the Coriolis Effect or Coriolis Force after the French Scientist, Gaspard-Gustave de Coriolis who wrote a paper on the topic in 1835.

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