The latest version of Microsoft Dynamics GP was released yesterday and it contains with 20 new features and 50 bug fixes. Winthrop Development Consultants has already updated its products for this Microsoft Dynamics GP – October 2020 release. They are now built against the final build and so are no longer beta builds.
Check out the previous article for more information:
Bob McAdam has announced that voting for the GPUG All Stars for 2020 is open until 21st August 2020. Go vote now before time runs out in three days time.
There are 15 end users and 21 partners nominated and awaiting your votes for this year’s GPUG All Star award. Think of who is out there actively promoting Microsoft Dynamics GP for the great product it is and is helping others with blog posts and helpful responses to forum questions
I have been back home about a week since the Great Vic Bike Ride 2019, which was an amazing experience. I am planning on posting some additional blog articles with actual maps and elevation/speed graphs as well as photos and video footage from the 700km bike ride. Stay tuned…
In this article, as we approach the end of the year, I wanted to highlight one of the best moments of 2019: the User Group Summit in Orlando in October and especially the #GPPTSelfie Twitter competition that Winthrop Development Consultants ran during the conference.
I was planning to post a quick article on this topic while I was still in Orlando but, as you know, life has a way of just getting really busy.
During the GPUG General session at the User Group Summit 2019 Bob McAdam announced the expansion of the GPUG Board of Advisors with the addition of two international members.
The next release of Microsoft Dynamics GP was released today, and Winthrop Development Consultants has already updated its products for Microsoft Dynamics GP – October 2019 release. They are now built against the final “shipping” build.
Check out the previous articles for more information:
In one week from today, I will be getting on the first of three flights and heading back to the USA (after the recent GP Technical Conference in Fargo) for the User Group Summit North America 2019 Conference being held on October 15-18, 2019 at the Gaylord Palms Resort, Kissimmee, Orlando, Florida, USA.
My wife, Jennifer, will be coming with me to help with running our booth at the Expo Hall. Please come see us at Booth 222. Read on for more information on the two training classes and three sessions I am presenting.
After attending the User Group Summit Australia conference in Melbourne in August 2019, I feel compelled to write another opinion article.
The conference was fantastic with over 600 attendees for the inaugural event with lots of great local and international presenters as well as many exhibitors and sponsors.
But the number of Microsoft Dynamics GP customer sites represented was extremely low and quite disappointing. After investing time and money to attend and exhibit at a conference, it feels like a missed opportunity when the target audience is barely represented.
Bob McAdam has announced that voting for the GPUG All Stars for 2019 is open from now until 30th August 2019.
There are 25 end users and 34 partners nominated and awaiting your votes for this year’s GPUG All Star award. Think of who of the nominees is out there actively promoting Microsoft Dynamics GP for the great product it is and is helping others with blog posts and helpful responses to forum questions.
Bob McAdam has announced that nominations for the GPUG All Stars for 2019 are open from now until 2nd August 2019.
You can put forward the names of customers and partners who your feel embody what it means to be a GPUG All Star. Think of people in the GPUG community who are out there actively promoting Microsoft Dynamics GP for the great product it is and who are helping others with blog posts and helpful responses to forum questions.
Just in case you missed it.
The Dynamic Communities team have published the session schedule for the Summit Australia for Microsoft Business Applications 2019 conference being held in Melbourne on 21-23 August 2019.
Hello from Johannesburg.
Yesterday was the final day of the User Group World Tour 2019 conference in Johannesburg. It was a fantastic two days jammed packed with lots of sessions and plenty of “advanced networking opportunities” *.
For many years I have dreamed of having a User Summit event in Australia, so that the Asia Pacific region could get some conference “love” without having to travel to the USA. That dream is now a reality with the Summit Australia 2019 conference in Melbourne, Australia.
This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Microsoft Dynamics (especially Dynamics GP) and Power platform products. Register before 12th June to get the Early Bird Discount.
I am pleased to announce that there will be GP Power Tools training offered by the GPUG Academy during the training days before User Group Summit 2019 in Orlando, Florida, USA.
We have previously run this training as two half day courses, but it worked best when students attended both the morning and afternoon sessions. So, this year we have decided to run the training as a single full day course on Monday 14th October 2019.
We have lots of new functionality to cover with the releases of Build 26 and Build 27 of GP Power Tools this year.
In less than a week, I am getting on a plane and heading west to Johannesburg, South Africa for the User Group World Tour conference. This will be my third Microsoft Dynamics GP conference in South Africa and I am looking foward to spending time with the community again.
If you are not registered yet, now is your chance to learn how to get the most from your software investment.
The 2019 conference season starts soon (just a week to Johannesburg, South Africa), and it is time to take advantage of the Dexterity Bootcamp training that is being run in the week prior to User Group Summit 2019 in Orlando, Florida, USA.
Dexterity is the development environment that Microsoft Dynamics GP is built on and the best tool to use for any customisation to the user interface of the product. Knowledge of Dexterity is vital for anyone customising Dynamics GP even when using other languages such as C#, VB.Net and even VBA (Visual Basic for Application).
Dynamics Communities is finally planning to bring the User Group Summit conference down under to Melbourne, Australia on 21-23 August 2019.
No, this is not an April Fool post, it is true. However, whether it will have content for Microsoft Dynamics GP has not yet been confirmed.
So, please read on for your URGENT CALL TO ACTION ….
You might have seen my posts on Twitter and Facebook recently about my new
toy mini laptop PC, the crowd funded GPD Pocket 2.
I have been burnt before with crowd funded projects (I supported 3 smartwatches and only one make it to production and it under-delivered 😦 ), so I was wary of getting involved again. However, this was the second generation of the GPD Pocket and demo devices had already been delivered to a number of YouTube reviewers. I felt fairly safe to get involved with crowd funding again, as this would give me a discount and get the device earlier.
In August, I went on my annual pilgrimage to Fabulous Fargo for the Microsoft Dynamics GP Tech Conference 2018. The event was held at the Microsoft Campus in Fargo, ND, USA on the 20th to 22nd August 2018.
While smaller than previous years it was still well attended and everyone who was there found it worthwhile, both for the technical knowledge and product information provided as well as for the social and networking opportunities.
The GPUG Summit 2018 Conference is fast approaching. It is being held on October 15-18, 2018 at the Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
Winthrop Development Consultants will be at the conference as I am training 3 GPUG Academy classes and co-presenting at least 5 sessions. We will also have booth 1540 at the Expo.
Register now before the early-bird pricing runs out on September 6th… Don’t forget to use the Winthrop 10% discount code below.
About seven weeks ago, my good friend, fellow MVP & GPUG All-Star, blogger and past co-presenter, Shawn Dorward‘s life was turned upside down when his eighteen year old son, Taylor was involved in a drowning accident.
Thanks to Taylor’s friends and the emergency teams, Taylor survived but has suffered significant brain damage. He is now on the long road to recovery and making great progress.
Please read on and watch the video to see how you can help and for more information on the special promotion that I am running through Winthrop Development Consultants. Taylor needs your support.