For more information about Fabrikam Day and the sample company have a look at my article from yesterday:
While most customers set up a test company based on their live company’s data, partners including ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) and sales & support consultants have usually used the Sample or Lesson company that comes with Dynamics GP to demo and test.
This first of a kind event in South Africa will bring together Microsoft Dynamics GP end-users, technical resources and partners in instructional sessions, and showcases, focusing on all versions of Dynamics GP.
I am not usually someone who goes on about the environment and saving the planet. I do believe in minimizing pollution and using limited resources efficiently. I also think that we should do our bit to bring down our carbon emissions even though it will hurt our economy, while the economic powerhouses of less developed countries use their cheaper labour and non-existent pollution restrictions to take up the slack.
However, I just learned about Dihydrogen-Monoxide (DHMO) and I am absolutely horrified.
From the team that brought you Friday Funny: I Want My MVP.
From the developers of PostMaster…. comes an amazing new customisation tool….
Yes, Andrew Dean from Envisage Software along with Steve Endow MVP from Precipio Services have been busy working away on some really cool technology for Visual Studio Tools developers and have just released it as a free tool.
Following on from last week’s GPUG Amplify conference, Pam Misialek has released an updated version of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Product Roadmap as at March 2017. While I was unable to attend the conference, I heard that it was a success!
This corrected slide has fixed some minor errors that were on the slide presented at the conference (oops).
It is a parody of Dire Straits – Money For Nothing and will surely spread around the interwebs like wildfire.