#GPPT GP Power Tools: What’s in each module series?

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis week, we are posting a series about GP Power Tools and what is in each of the modules.

This series is the result of feedback received during demonstration presentations where I was asked to provide more detail than the summary information on the GP Power Tools products page and portal page: http://WinthropDC.com/GPPT.


The following article gives a great summary break down. It includes the names of all the features in each module and shows where they are on the Area Page navigation, but does not expand on what each feature can do for you.

The aim of this series is to expand on what you get when you subscribe to a module and what features you get for free. GP Power Tools is sold as an annual subscription and has three chargeable modules: Administrator Tools, Developer Tools and Database Tools.

The features included in the product all come from you… the Microsoft Dynamics GP Community. Every feature was created to solve an issue that users, administrators, consultants, support engineers or developers have come across.


Here are the articles in the series (the links will become active as they post during the week):

I hope this helps your understanding of GP Power Tools and what it can do for you. If you want more details than provided in this series, please download the GP Power Tools User Guide manual, which contains 713 pages of detailed description for every feature in the product.

You can also download and install the product, NFR (Not for Resale) Keys are available for partners and a free 30 day trial is available for customers (just install and follow the on screen instructions). GP Power Tools can also work with no registration keys if only the sample company is installed.

I firmly believe that all Microsoft Dynamics GP sites globally should have GP Power Tools installed, and the articles in this series will explain why.


12-Feb-2019: Updated after the release of build 26 of GP Power Tools.
24-May-2019: Updated after the release of build 27 of GP Power Tools.
11-Aug-2020: Updated after the release of build 28 of GP Power Tools.
13-Aug-2022: Updated after the release of build 29 of GP Power Tools.

This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

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